- v. present participle of understeer.
“Patrick several times described her car as "understeering," which in stock car parlance would be "tight.”
“The car is understeering like crazy," he complains when he climbs out of the cockpit.”
“But the 2008 world champ said he felt the car was "understeering" toward the end of qualifying and made it difficult to challenge Vettel.”
“In the first qualifying session, the car was looking good but got to Q2 and I felt the car was understeering a little bit," he added.”
“Which just about brings us back to the point where I find myself understeering in the direction of that snowbank.”
“Your line through seven can drift a bit depending on how much your car is understeering, but most cars will take the same line through this sequence.”
“What ever BMW calls it, it better not be an understeering bugger like the current 1, it's an amazing car but the performance is not what one expects.”
“Oversteering on corners is corrected by the deceleration of the outer front wheel, understeering by the deceleration of the inner rear wheel.”
“The GTI will sit lower, on stiffer springs than the Polo, and gets VW's 'XDS' electronic differential to stop you understeering into a tree.”
“Whether the car is pushing/understeering or loose/oversteering,”
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