Unloading the inside rear in a turn...
- Scanning through the recent pix on HSARC, I came across this seemingly
There has been much talk of people adding weight higher up in car to make it
easier to push weight onto the outside and off the inside of a turn so as to
make up for not having a differential in the rear. I have always thought that
although the logic of this idea seems sound, surely you could just push a
littler harder in the corner and achieve the same effect without adding weight
It's an interesting debate for sure, and just to stoke the talk a little,
look closely at the picture, in particular the inside rear. This car is a stock
Scalextric without weight or magnet on an MDF/chalkboard track. This is turn
4 of Cypress Point (the main HSARC track)...
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