The first exercise is an introduction to throttle steering using the instructor Caddy CTS. We drove within a small circular track increasing speed while slowly turning the steering wheel to compensate for the outward push, or oversteer, and the turn radius increases. When instructed, we completely lifted off the throttle while holding the wheel steady. This takes away the forces from the rear tires and causes weight to be transferred to the front, which in turn increases grip. The effect is that the Caddy slows and the turning radius decreases sharply. What we're learning here is that oversteer is caused by carrying too much speed into a corner and that lifting off the throttle can be more effective than braking for correction.