Formula Vee series, although similar in concept can be very different machines from one country to another. The one from that video has at very least a wider track and better tires, both of which can make the car a lot more stable. Our version is based on brazilian F-Vee. As one can hopefully see, an open diff, swing axle rear-engine car with regular road tyres is pretty much the definition of lift-off oversteer The rF2 version is fundamentally the same as the AMS version, the main differences are engine related, a very different tyre model and throttle mapping in the AMS version, and grip levels from rF2 RealRoad can also be quite different to our dynamic road model specially in a green track. All in all though they´re very similar models of the same car, I´d recommend anyone having dramatically different driving experiences to try bump up FFB smoothing and that your wheel rotation in the controller software setting is maxed out.