Why current TC cars are not 190mm wide?
I would like to ask why any TC companies dont design suspension systems according to the rule 190mm track width limit. It is about 187mm in front, and little less about 185 in rear. As lateral load transfer is affected only by CG height/Track width, mass and lateral acceleration,
when trying to achieve lowest CG height and mass, why dont we aim for maximum track width also? What point am I missing? Especially with very high traction carpet, I believe we have excess load transfer than we need, so we try to limit tire grip to have a "drivable" car. In my mind this is a easy but wrong solution, in theory, ideal car would be better, having about 190mm track width and increased tire additive timing, and use no glue on tire wall, yet still being easy to drive. what is different between theory&practise?
I am aware of myself that I look at the situations in a very rough and basic way, but I believe someone can enlighten me by making me see a different perspective. Thank you very much for your time.
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