Old 02-28-2017, 01:14 AM
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Originally Posted by fox88gt View Post
I think its a great idea though. If we can make F1 cars handle (with 2WD, rubber tires, and a solid axle in a pan car) there's no reason that a fully independent touring car can't be made to handle with 2WD.
The reason F1 cars can run RWD is because they have TONS of downforce and no body-roll to speak of, they run on the cleanest flattest pavement available, and they hold almost all of their speed in corners so there isn't actually that much hard acceleration and braking that might cause the rear wheels to break traction.
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