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Why would you stamp on the accelerator to stop a slide in a 1980's rear wheel drive car? All this would do is spin the back end out, it definately wouldn't pull you out of a slide in real life.Smithers1968 said:I'm avoiding it for now because I'm also playing DR and SLRE. I find that if I play D4 too much I struggle to adapt to the others. DNFd last week's 1980's when I tried to save a slide by stamping on the accelerator and instead of snapping back into line the back end went right out and I reversed off a cliff.
Talk about the pot calling the kettle, you're the one trying to minimize the steering effort by setting a 300 degree rotation. Why don't you grow a pair and play the game like it's meant to be played and stop chucking your toys out of the pram.Porkhammer said:It's because they keep setting the camber angle to super positive, like for all cars. Minimizing steering effort, yeah well **** that. It makes so many cars completely undrivable.
The slow speed doughnut is the easy part, are you sure you haven't left your traction control turned on?SamRWD said:OK, you also could do that slow speed donut he did in order to turn around, right?