I'm the original owner and have had an annoying issue with this car since day one which nobody seems to be able to solve. At highway speed in a mild constant radius right curve I accelerate (in 5 th) and the car pushes left. When I release throttle, the car comes back right. It will take about 100 yards for the car to completely change lanes at around 60 mph. A left curve does not produce any problem. However if I'm in a similar left curve, an yank up on the hand brake the car will push right. I've checked and triple checked all the rear suspension components including the subframe and found no cracks. BMW did a four point wheel alignment and everything is within spec. except for the rear axle "geom. driving axis" which has target data of 0 degrees 30 minutes +- 13 minutes and the measurement is 46 minutes. From the name of the spec it sounds like it's the angle of the rear axle to the chassis, but then why wouldn't it have a target point of 0 degrees? After a test drive with the shop foreman they're explaining it away as a result of soft bushings in the rear control arms in combination with engine torque. Sounds a bit fishy to me. Any ideas at this point would be welcome. Oh, one more thing, the car has never been raced. Kind of a shame but I'm a bit of an old fart.