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      10-19-2012, 03:47 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

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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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