“Out brake” is a term used to describe a driver braking too late or too softly and overrunning a corner. It’s a mistake made during overtaking moves. This is due to a driver misjudging the braking point and losing control of the car.
Out braking is a common error made by drivers, it can occur due to a variety of factors such as lack of experience, poor judgment, or a car having poor balance. It can also happen due to unexpected changes in track conditions.
An out brake can cause them to lose valuable time and position. This can also damage the car. F1 teams try to identify and correct any out-braking issues and avoid mistakes on the track before starting a race.