Today I had a "close call" when driving my roadster. It was on a wet road, I was driving around 80 Km/h in a light curve to the left. I saw a moped ( little motorcycle ) coming on a little street from the right. It is a strange intersection with a little wall between the roads. I saw the motorcycle not slowing down and I pushed the horn. At that moment the driver of the motorcycle turned his head and started breaking. But his motorcycle stopped in the middle of my lane! I did push the brakes hard, but there was no way I could stop, so I also turned the wheel. But with the famous understeer it seemed that the car would not turn, I think I softened the brakes and there the car turned and I missed the motorcycle by some centimeters. The car was then easily balanced, and I was happy to continue. I wonder where was the ABS? I did not feel any ABS "pumping" on the brakes. Does the ABS feel differently on the Tesla? Has anybody any experience with it? That is why I'm going on the track in march. It is a fast and capable car, but I still do not know its limits and I'm going to exercise! Why did this happen? I think that we have to keep in our mind when driving our cars, that the car is silent, the car sits low ( here the wall might have hidden the car from the view ), and the car can accelerate faster then the others anticipate! So be careful!