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What he is describing is not chatter.....chatter is universally accepted as the description of 'vibration' between tyre, tarmac and suspension, front or rear, or both if its really bad, that is accentuated by the extreme grip and lean angles that are currently being reached and the inability of the suspension or chassis to absorb those vibrations. What he is describing is instability under acceleration, chatter to the most part occurs on corner entry and mid corner, not under acceleration. His English is near perfect and chatter and the curing of it is probably one of the top topics of conversation in the paddock.....I seriously doubt that chatter isn't part of his vocabulary...but hey, you interpret it whatever way you want, makes no difference to me!