The Actual Drifting technique!
Simply said, the drifting technique is characterized by the deliberate removal of the car out of control through “oversteering” it, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels. In this position, the angle of slip of the rear wheels is greater than the angle of slip of the front, which requires doubling them in the direction opposite to the direction of the bend in order to maintain control of the vehicle and its correct path of the turn. In drifting, the car is moved laterally (sideways across the curve), using the force of gravity and a moment of inertia.
Successful drift is related to the retention of the rear of the car as much as possible as long as the side slip adheres to maximum slip angle. At the same time, induced oversteer must be kept “stable” while keeping one important condition -- maintenance of high and constant speed. The difficulty comes from the fact that the tires are at the limit of its grip and therefore the car is driving on the edge of control. Sometimes a small mistake in the submission of too much gas can reduce adhesion to such an extent that the detention of the rear of the car becomes impossible.
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