A course designed to allow participants to learn the basics and the tricks for managing continued power oversteer. The course focuses on a short theoretical part and a more intense session dedicated to practice.
The exercises that will be carried out are the donuts and figure eights, which represent the “inititation” of the drift.
In the donuts exercise, you must go around a circle with a diameter of at least 2 meters keeping the car in oversteer.
When performing a figure eights 2 spaced circles are positioned; to carry out the exercise, use the same technique as the donuts for most of the circle’s travel, at a certain point you have to detach from the first circle to move on to the second, in order to precisely execute the figure of a number 8 with the car. Moving from one rim to another is called “transition”: the power of the vehicle is used to move the load to make it turn and resume oversteer, continuing our figure eights.
The course includes a long phase of exercise because we do believe that practice and the continuous repetition of the exercises help to understand how to control the car and how to make those exercises in the right way.