I am going to make a banked track to run my hpi 540 micro on. It will be small, 11 feet wide and 15 feet long with only 8 feet of straight track on it. The banks will be at 45 degrees and will have 4 inch walls on each side to keep the car on track (it will stay on track by carbon fiber tubes on all four corners of the car, sticking out the body in front of the front wheels and in back of the rear wheels on the fenders. The carbon fiber tubes will have shocks on them to keep it running smooth along the track. The tubes will reach from one wall to the next and have bearings on the ends. They will be connected to the inside of each fender by a custom mount.). The track will be 1 foot wide all the way around, since it will be lapping an estimated 2 times per second at top speed and there is no way I could control it myself (which is why I need the carbon fiber guides). The track will be sprayed with vht for better traction accelerating.
Do you guys think it is possible for my car to stay on the track at those speeds? (The highest speed that I've reached driving my car is 70 mph on a very smooth track, about 300 feet long. It has an alfa romeo body with a large wing, and has great stability at high speeds. I just don't know if it will act the same on a banked track)
Thanks for the help.
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