Do you ever wonder about mechanics which makes steering wheel give output for oversteering vehicle ? It is still quite a mystery for me. I don't understand it well. I often wonder how precisely and how immediate steering torque should be suggesting that car is overturning/oversteering and how much of it should be guess steering. How it works ? Should there be some compromise in simulation ? How does simulation software solve it ? Obviously it is very complex phenomenon, as car can oversteer in many different ways. I suppose it depends a lot whats the state of grip balance F/R, and whats the SAT and steering input at the very moment that bad overturning begins. For example, I suppose, overturning will give much more suggestion through steering wheel if front tires will have much less slip angle, comparing to rear. And it would be much harder to tell whats going on in case of neutral steer (when front and rear tires has same slip angle) and many things can happen such as all tires can run too big slip at the same time, or fronts can regain grip and create sudden steer quickly increasing rear slip even more... Am I thinking in right direction ? Along with output. Steering input is very important too, as oversteer occuring while increasing steer angle it should be harder to tell if turning radius is decreasing due to steering input, or because of overturning phenomenon. Is there any data on how oversteer affects SAT ?