Yeah that's good reading......really I didn't know that was 100% perfect and everyone should follow that to the T.
From the section on weight transfer....The formula for the amount of weight transferred is very similar to the previous one. Now it's the inertia force times the CG height, divided by the wheelbase. (instead of track) the inertia force is equal to forward or rearward acceleration times the car's mass. So a low CG and a longer wheelbase produce less longitudinal weight transfer And as always, the transferred weight is proportional to the acceleration.
So this would lead me to believe that a LONGER wheel base would have more STEERING out of the corner or just on power do to the fact that the car is not transferring as much weight to the back of the car as it accelerates. So is this part of the website wrong?