Recently, while descending a slick three mile hill, I braked to slow and slid sideways across the oncoming traffic lane. My knee jerk reaction was to shift to lower gear to regain control. Your training helped me overcome my incorrect intuitive response and accelerate to regain grip first, then slow down via braking.
So I was thinking ok if you lost traction lk en the case above and the potential was there to regain traction via acceleration. At what torque do you want going to the wheels? After reading above I was think bare minimum. So would I be correct in say if at the time of traction loss you were in 2nd gear at 30mph at say 2800 rpm would you want to shift into 4th before acceleration to attempt to regain traction?