A term drivers use when referring to how their car is handling. When a car is neither loose nor pushing (tight).
Term used to describe the handling of the car when it is neither loose nor pushing (tight).
When a car is neither pushing nor loose the carâ€™s handling is driving neutral.
A handling condition in which average slip angles of front and rear tires are equal. In its technical extreme — but commonly accepted — usage, having all four tires break loose simultaneously. Though sometimes praised as ideal, a car with utterly neutral handling would be difficult to drive. Excellent road cars exhibit something closer to "near-neutral understeer." See also Slip angle, Oversteer and Understeer.
Similar to loose, a neutral board responds well in waves.
Condition of a race car that is not loose or tight. It is setup to go where it is pointed.
When a car's handling isn't loose or tight it is considered neutral. The car will go where it is aimed.
A cornering condition where the front tires of the car are cornering as hard as the rear tires.