I hold up on traction up for 5 seconds accept the warning then put it in track mode. Still feel trash control taking control of the car a lot
This! I had the same type thing happen and you hit the nail on the head. I'm not a pro race car driver but I can slide the tail, turn corners essentially with the throttle etc in pre nanny cars, but no idea wth the car is going to do because tc is mostly off sometimes but not others all while being set the same way, same drive mode etc. I did the same damned thing to where the traction control was really off and I swung the tail around very wide and thought to myself, well glad I didn't kill a crowd of people or break a couple rims or rip the **** out of the suspension and undercarriage while going over a curb. It's not the end of the world but it pisses me off that I have no idea what the car is going to do. I really think it's dangerous, but what do I know.Out for a drive yesterday and came up to a red light at a major intersection. Was more than several cars back, so only witnessed from a distance as a Mustang made a right turn (so now heading the same direction as me) and nearly lost it. Probably didn’t because there wasn’t a crowd gathered to hit. I mentioned to my wife that this is a problem because you never really know what the car is going to do, as regards intervening. I learned driving without nannies, so all you had was your two hands and feet. I think a lot of issues crop up with the car constantly changing the dynamics and catching the driver out. I would really like to try my car with everything completely off but I’m not sure that can be done without pulling fuses, as mentioned above.
That is how you do it. Track mode 1st then disable traction control.Track mode should automatically turn off traction control, at least it does on my 19 PP. Try putting it in track mode first and then holding up the traction control button to disable the Advancetrac.
Any setting you choose with be reset when switching between modes so that is the first step.