4. Insert Arc
5. Set Speed
6. Maintain speed as needed
7. Begin next turn after setting new speed to repeat 1 thru 6.
The process is complex with total driver skill being their ability to include the most of all of the process per amount of time available.
Also the better your LF works the more weight you have traveling a longer path between the RF and LR on entry and exit.
The result is increasing the amount of weight pathed to the back via the LF increases instantaneous use of the LR/low gear to start your next acceleration.
Remember very well having to sometimes change racing strategies against built low end flatheads.
They were a pain being able to put themselves in the way mid corner off.
But IMHO remembering back they most always would fade late race or higher rpms would win out by the next entry.
"What I find interesting is; I've never heard of anybody finding these 2 tenths on a dyno. I can't help but think; if you're getting more HP to the axle (I'm pretty sure that's what you'd have to do to go faster) why does that not show up on a dyno?"
It's because your stuck in your obsolete...
Less rolling resistance and
You might have also asked what's the advantage of running such a big RF tire which led to your camber question.
I think originally someone just tried a big RF tire and it worked for them leading into all kinds of reasons for it being good.
First reason I remember...
What is your suggestion for gearing on both engines of the two different classes Al?
Nobody talked down to you, they corrected you.
Were all awaiting your final word on what gears should be used on each engine.
If you don't know nor have any suggestion then nobody is talking down to you only...
A good rain just went thru and it should be a sticky fast wide open track tonight.
Which means lots of cars over the hill and into turn 4 wall where I sit on Friday nights.
Car counts have been high for prelims.
Ain't no way it's going flag to flag tonight when it will be a...