I know this is dependent on the actual car for the most part, but I'm curious in general how people choose to take turns.
I usually have Franklin take new cars out to his LS shop, mod them up and drive them over to Trevor's airfield and drive them around the runway a bit. (there are a LOT of cars I really don't like in this game BTW).
So I know some people prefer to drift, and some prefer to just slow down before entering the turn.
Lately what I've been doing (due to THIS game's physics, not real life):
-accelerator always fully down
-e-brake + normal brake, and hard steer into turn
-release e-brake right before revs bottom out
-release normal brake and release steering when the car is lined up
When I do this I get a nice V shape turn, the engine doesn't completely bottom out, and I have full revs almost immediately. Again, I never let off the accelerator at all so the only time I'm losing speed is in the actual turn.
If it's a really sharp turn, I'll counter steer a little after both brakes are activated and immediately turn back in. I end up with a nice P shape turn, but the engine slows down a little more and doesn't pickup as fast, but nowhere near as slow as if I were to do a traditional drift.
I don't traditional drift because I noticed the engine slows way too much especially on sharp turns and is really slow to pickup to full rev again.
Braking before the turn does the same thing for me. It's more controlled, but again, engine slows too much coming out, and unless I'm missing something, there is no way to down shift.
Does anyone else do this or just me?
Also this is mostly on a Zentorno, it's my preferred car.
EDIT: forgot to clarify, I'm referring to in city and street racing, not on race tracks.