1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data What happens if you enter a banked rough ramp with a speed lower or higher than the speed limit 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution If you enter the ramp with a speed greater than the speed limit the car will spin out of the curve due to the forces contributing to centripetal force are not great enough to keep the car on the ramp (less than the centrifugal force) and the car spins lose. I thought about this like when on Forza motorsport and you are to fast entering a curve and you just can't make the turn and hit into the sides. When you are too slow fnsin(theta) and ffscos(theta) are much stronger than the force that is pulling you outward, centrifugal force, and you will fall into the ramp. When i say centrifugal force, i am referring to the forces that pull the car outward opposite to the centripetal force.