No, you are correct, but you can also save it if it hasn't come around too far. If it gets too sideways you'll unvoluntarily execute a highside when the back tire catches again. helo-pilot, you need to click each gear at a time and let the clutch out after each click. You need to keep the engine speed matching the wheel speed matching the tranny speed or you gonna keep locking that rear wheel. Deosn't matter if the engine is running or not, not running simply means no fire, doesn't keep the engine from turning. The rear coming out when braking is a result of poor engine/tranny speed vs wheel speed (in this scenario).