After a turn when counter steering, you counter steer too much and car turns TOO MUCH usually resulting in a wall crash
A handling characteristic in which less steering lock is applied as a car speed increases around a constant-radius turn. In the oversteering condition, the rear tires are the first to slide because the rear tires turn at larger slip angles than the front. Race drivers will say an oversteering car is "loose" because the rear end tends to swing wide.
Steering or handling characteristic in which a vehicle follows a curve with a radius that is smaller than the position of the front wheels indicates it should.