To steer a vehicle controlled by a steering wheel in a manner that transfers grip from one hand to the other as the wheel is turned. Contrasted with shoulder steer, which maintains grip at the same locations on the wheel as it is turned.
2003: It pays to practice shuffle steer to ensure that you can get the size of correction you need when the time comes. — Carl Lopez, Going Faster!: Mastering the Art of Race Driving p. 225