- Aug 17, 2017
Yeah thats getting in to an entirely different subject but 670 hp is more than enough to buzz the tires at a short track but I dont understand why you think that produces good racing? In fact we go to the track and try not to do that, forward bite is critical.But you can also take the existing car and give it more hp, worse aero and suspension parameters that would slow it down make it harder to drive. IMO if you don't have enough hp to spin the tires at a short tracks you just don't have good racing. Even tire wear doesn't help if the hp is so low that you can't light up the tires. A tire that wears out and enough hp to make a driver manage it will make good racing.
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