the tendency of a motor vehicle, esp. a race car, to have its rear tires slide outward on a turn
intransitive verbo·ver·steered, o·ver·steer·ing, o·ver·steers
To turn more sharply than the operator would expect. Used of vehicles, especially automobiles.
The tendency of a vehicle to oversteer.
(third-person singular simple present oversteers, present participle oversteering, simple past and past participle oversteered)
- to lose the control of one's vehicle in a corner due to rear wheels sliding and not following the front wheels