Guys, I noticed something while trying (and failing):o to qualify for Istanbul. With the Chevy (I guess also true for other FWD cars), it seems to help turning when you apply some throttle while braking and steering. It's kinda hard to describe, so let's take an example: You're coming flat out on the long straight in Istanbul, to the 3rd-to-last corner (very tight left-hander). You start braking hard, and gradually ease off the brakes to prevent locking, while starting to apply some steering. At this point, if you also apply some throttle while using the brakes to control your speed, it seems to reduce understeer. I wonder whether this is due to the fact that you're effectively shifting the brake balance further to the rear, or if somehow the front tyres "pull" the nose of the car into the corner. But in that case, it means that I am not yet right at the traction limit and maybe I could use the traction reserve in a more efficient way? I'd be curious to read your comments on that - if I have not confused you too much!