I know there have been previous discussions about the P85D using the front motor to "pull" the car forward as you accelerate and unwind the steering wheel from the apex of a turn. That definitely promotes less understeer and faster corner exits. After experiencing the understeer that is inherent in heavy sport sedans, including the P85D, I've been experimenting with using the throttle to balance the car while holding the line through a constant radius turn. What I have found is that with a slight application of additional throttle the understeer feeling lessens and the handling becomes more neutral, with a very slight increase in speed. Has anyone else experienced this? Is the same behavior true for the 85D/70D?