It happens. I'm actually kinda glad to get that out of the way. Because I knew it was inevitable - if you're gonna drive the car (and yourself) to the limit, you're going to do that sooner or later. I don't have to worry about it anymore, now I can just DRIVE IT. I definitely found the limit of both me and the car on that particular day. Video is priceless. I see EXACTLY what I did wrong, and know how to correct it. It's not at all what I thought before I analyzed the video. In case you're curious, the car went into understeer coming out of that corner because I wasn't unwinding the steering early enough. When it understeered I failed to go ahead and straighten out and take the "off" on the right side, if that's what it meant... I instinctively fought it and tried to pull it back on... which doesn't work when you already have no front traction. I have really good instincts to deal with oversteer, because that's what MINIs do in the mountains all the time. But I rarely push the car hard enough on the street to make it understeer, with sticky tires and lots of front camber. I don't have those instincts tuned in quite yet. I was practicing this on other corners earlier in the day and doing it right... but I failed on this one. Learning is hard, sometimes.