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Old 17th Apr 2011, 22:44
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ShyTorque

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Cornering. A mass having its direction changed though 90 degrees, will have had its speed on one vector reduced to zero, and increased to 100% of whatever, on the new vector. This can't be a free lunch . . . erm, can it?
Think tyre temperatures....and what happens when cornering. They warm up on bends because the walls are flexing more than on the straight. That heat comes from the fuel tank.
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