3 types of drifting
- Sliding: the front axis is stable, the rear one slide, the car turns more than expected.
- Drift: the rear wheels are stable, the front ones slide, the car moves forward when turning.
- Full destabilization: all four wheels slide, the direction of movement is unpredictable.
How to regain control
If your car starts drifting, don’t hit the brake pedal.
If your car is rear-wheeled, pull back on the throttle and turn your wheel in the direction of the drift.
If your car is front-wheeled, pull the throttle up.
Once the car is out of the drift, immediately turn the wheel to its initial “front” position, or a new drift will start.