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      10-19-2012, 04:47 PM   #50
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Originally Posted by fourtailpipes View Post
sometimes. depends on the car and the situation.
well then that would make for one spectacular drift

Originally Posted by Purple Derple View Post
haha you are the man pixelblue. as you could tell, yes it is bait. By definition a fast corner cannot be tight, and a tight corner cannot be fast. All relative, naturally. As you know, at a given lateral g-force, the speed and radius of a corner are directly related. Increasing radius will allow for an increase in speed. A smaller radius corner, a tight corner, would necessitate a lower speed so that g-force does not exceed grip available. A corner cannot be fast and tight at the same time Q.E.D.
purple you are correct, you got me there. got lost in the semantics
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