Giorgi had above average car control skills. @Shotgun Chuck made a criticism that these guys used quick jerky inputs instead of looking ahead and using slow deliberate inputs that were severe enough to just barley get the car going where you want. on a track under ideal conditions you can plan a few turns ahead and position yourself. in heavy traffic, your changing course so often that it's impossible to plan ahead and all you can do is react, hence the constant left and right. he also was probably doing that partially to manage where the weight of the car was, like a snowboarder going from edge to edge to maintain some kind of instant control authority. I'm betting the hardest part of driving his bmw is getting the car to change directions in a controllable manner. it's pretty softly sprung, wich heavily plays into the concept of you can't have both great agility and stability at the same time. mid drift his car is planted and predictable. I sometimes controversially advocate driving fast on public roads, but I do that at night when civilians are few and far between, and I always have at least a quarter of a mile to avoid the next car. rest in peace georgi, wherever you are, your there getting sideways.