You can determine the traction available to each tire by using the traction curve from part 1.Â With the traction information, if you know how much load is applied, you can determine the total available cornering power.Â Using this information can tell you the basic handling characteristics such as Over steer and Under steer.
Under steer (Push)
Under steer, also referred to as Push, is when the vehicle requires more than the normal steering to make a corner.Â The front end has a tendency to slide or be pushed out of the turn.
Over steer (Loose)
Over steer, also referred to as Loose, is when the vehicle requires less than the normal steering to make a corner.Â The rear end has a tendency to break loose and slide out of the turn.
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