I'm very puzzled on your constant understeer. Did you get any oversteer? The 4C is a balance car, it does NOT like to be crash dived into corners. It requires finesse and smooth consistent inputs. You will want to have 90% of your braking completed before you ever enter the corner. A very light and smooth trail braking into the corner balances the car, and you can be on the throttle almost before you enter the corner. Yes, due to the weight of the car, and stiffness of the suspension, you can make quick turns (but do it SMOOTHLY). On exit, you should get some throttle oversteer with the 4C. If you are quick enough on exit, then you could get some 4 wheel slip, but that is how you drive it on the limit.
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