HWM (Malaysia) - - LEARN -

Things have gone south and your at­tacker in hot on your tails now and no mat­ter what you do, you can't shake them off. Now it's time to go on the of­fen­sive and try to get them off the road. The ba­sic rules of dog­fight­ing ap­plies, you need to get them ahead of you. To do that, look for an op­por­tu­nity to hit the brakes so that they will pass you. If you can get them ahead of you, your task will be con­sid­er­ably eas­ier.

What you want to do is to rush straight for your at­tacker's rear wheel sec­tion. You want to hit it or push it, so be sure to be trav­el­ing around 20km/h to 30km/h faster than your at­tacker is. Im­me­di­ately af­ter im­pact, hit the brakes and counter-steer your car to break con­tact. Hit­ting the rear wheels will cause the car to break trac­tion and skid, which could cause him to go off road or even crash.

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