Torque steer in created by placing the motor parallel to the chassis like the TC4. For lower turn motors (mod) this was a big problem, for high turn (stock) it was not as noticable.
By placing the motor perpendicular to the chassis, like today's belt cars, you eliminate this problem.
This is why all the car makers went to belt transmissions.
This car solved this issue by adding bevel gears from the spear gear to the drive-shaft. Over-all the shaft drive car should be quicker out of a corner because there's no belt stretch.
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