You just made it clear that you think you drive better than you do. Try driving a bunch of high power RWD cars... then you MIGHT be ready for a supra.
heh this is very true. I went from driving a volvo station wagon w/ 103 hp (at the crank ) to my supra and the EXACT description above happened to me. coming off a damn nor-cal offramp and boom pretty much just what he typed out happened, except i was lucky enough to just slide off the road, narrowly missing that light post and a huge tree. so be carefulspeed_daemon said:
When a Supra wrecks, it's usually a pretty big deal. Why?? In my estimation, owners don't fully grasp the RWD concept with a turbo. In the middle of a corner, if you are maxing out your tire grip on one of those sweet Southern Cali 270 degree offramps and suddenly you get another 30-40% HP from the turbos in the apex of the turn, what's going to happen to the tires and then the rear end of the car. The tires loose grip instantly and the rear end passed the front end in lightning quick speed as you go spinning out of control, then BOOM, your in a light pole or even worse, another car with a family in it.