Nozaki, H., "About the Change in the Amount of Perspiration and Steer Characteristic by Giving Visual Information and Body Sensory Information in the Drift Cornering," SAE Technical Paper 2005-01-3536, 2005, doi:10.4271/2005-01-3536.
The following has been understood for the change in the steer characteristic and the amount of perspiration in the drift cornering when not only visual information but also body sensory information is added. When body sensory information joins visual information as for the driver, it has been understood that the amount of perspiration increases overall and can do the drift control continuing with a moderate tension. In the drive only of visual information, the driver comes to arrive easily at spin because the drift control is difficult. And, it has been understood that the amount of perspiration increases greatly compared with the case to give body sensory information, and becomes the one with a very high risk. Moreover, the driver can control an adequate drift compared with driving only visual information in feed back body sensory information on the roll angle to the steer. Therefore, the importance of the perception of the state of the vehicle by giving the driver moderate body sensory information was able to be confirmed, and a preferable direction as the vehicle was clarified.