|Fun to drive||Sunday 9th August 2009|
I've just read a review of Audi's new TT RS. One negative point by the author was it's handling round corners.|
Apparently attempts to have fun with it play on the throttle are largely "shrugged off".
I'm not entirely sure if these authors get the point in 4-wheel drive. Surely going round a corner side-ways isn't a good thing - it's a bit of fun, but if you were tracking the car or something, going round quickly would be better, no?
Sure, I'm not as adventurous as some people - and definitely not as skilled a driver; but I personally much rather the car is glued to the road. I would have thought this would be the common view for all but the most experienced of drivers.
How often do you get to drift on your daily commute?