Originally Posted by steve35svt
In a steady sweeper, find max speed without plowing and spinning and hold it, and accelerate out as you unwind the wheel.
Even if you have a little
'push' on entry, generally a 'lift' will bring the car back on line--steady throttle to apex and accelerate out. Smooth inputs are the key to not upsetting the balance of the car...including smooth on the throttle.
In general, NooBs tend to go too fast on the slow bits and too slow on the fast bits (because the overcook the slow bits and ruin exit speed). Getting off a corner is almost always more important than gettin in one. Getting off the corner that leads to the longest acceleration zone (straight) is (usually) the most important corner on the course.