# Why does a car skid during circular motion when its velocity is too high?

Why does a car skid during circular motion when its velocity is too high?

I have come into this approach as follows, but I don't know whether it is correct or not.

By $$F_{\text{net}} = \frac{\text{Mass} \times \text{Tangential velocity}^2}{\text{Radius}}$$, since the kinetic friction is fixed, the radius of the circular motion will need to increase in order to compensate the increased velocity. Therefore, the car skids because of a circular motion with a larger radius.