"Off-camber" is used to describe a corner whose bank slopes toward the outside of the corner rather than the inside. You know those oval tracks where the course is shaped like a bowl, so the centripetal acceleration helps stick the vehicles to the road surface.

Well, an off-camber corner is the opposite of that - the slope worsens the traction situation, rather than making it better. So off-camber corners are scary.

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