Backing-it-in - Almost but not quite ?
Lately I've noticed I've gotten more confident with late, more intense braking into corners and the rear was drifting slightly. Having no concept of how a power-slide actually works, I didn't really know where to go from there.
I watched some videos on what inputs can be used to initiate a slide, so I set out with a sole purpose of intentionally drifting into a corner using rapid downshift technique while having my balls on the tank. To my amazement I got it first go, but can only drift into the entry point of the corner, And cannot carry it to the apex.
My question is: What do I do to get it drifting all the way in ?
Once the rear is weightless enough to spin slower relative to speed, it's controllable, but I'm too scared to find out what would happen if I applied some throttle whilst in the corner. There seems to be some more intricate inputs required to make this happen. Do I have to modulate the clutch and throttle to maintain the slide while turning ?
Any help appreciated.
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