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  • n. Plural form of understeer.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of understeer.

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Examples

  • Yet new regulations this season have hampered Mr. Schumacher's natural driving style: Narrower tires introduced by Formula 1 this year have reduced the amount of grip at the front, resulting in a car that naturally understeers.

    A Racing Legend's Long Ride

  • Yet new regulations this season have hampered Mr. Schumacher's natural driving style: Narrower tires introduced by Formula One this year have reduced the amount of grip at the front, resulting in a car that naturally understeers.

    Schumacher's New Ride

  • Lose grip in a bend on a scooter and you're off: lose grip on a Yourban and it understeers.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Whilst the British star tends to prefer a car that understeers, 'Schumi' has always favoured a

    Crash.Net Motorsports Newsfeed

  • There's no replacement for experience, and Anthony Davidson has been absolutely invaluable in terms of handling of the cars, the circuits, all sorts of things - even down to the way there's a certain bump in the track or when a car understeers in a specific corner.

    Xboxic

  • Apparently Button preferred a car that understeers while Schumacher opts for something that is more pointy.

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  • There are lots of long corners, such as turn 13, where your car understeers and it's hard to get on the power, which always feels frustrating.

    F1technical.net . Motorsport news

  • With Quattro all-wheel drive, the hatch is a more playful companion on back roads than the front-drive version, which understeers resolutely when you're driving hard.

    Automotive News Blog at CARandDRIVER.com - Car News Resource

  • On a lower-speed figure-eight handling loop, we found that GT500 ultimately understeers.

    The Car Connection

  • There is little roll and tons of grip, even if it understeers in tight bends.

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