Lock up all three tires on wet pavement in a corner and the Vig will not spin. Because 66% of the braking force is being exerted behind the CofG, it simply takes the tangent line and scuffs off speed. It is more stable under braking than any two-wheel or four-wheel design. This is one of the primary reasons that all jet fighters are three-wheel designs (tricycle gear). It is the most stable design under extreme braking. If there were a better design available, aeronautical engineers would be using it. Automotive engineers treat three-wheel designs like the plague, but aeronautical engineers use tricycle gear designs almost exclusively. Continue?