pudding7: That was pretty cool.Now keep the speed, take away half the tires, and put the driver on top wearing only a few millimeters of leather and a helmet, and you've got MotoGP.http://youtu.be/mtAYl2kpOwc?t=44s
AbiNormal: I must be missing something. What is so special about a car going around a corner?
f2f: for this one, particularly, it's the lack of engine noise. all you hear are the transmission, tires on the asphalt, and the air going above the bodywork.
AbiNormal: I must be missing something. What is so special about a car going around a corner gently rounded bend in the road?
lohphat: Downforce. Do you speak it?Srsly. Most open-wheel cars have enough aerodynamic downforce to hold the car to the road if it were upside down.The faster you go, the more pressure on the tires and thus more traction coefficient for cornering.
studebaker hoch: Isle of Man.
abhorrent1: First of all, the only thing about that car that's an Audi is it's name.
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