Re: traction issues still relevant
Videos by someone standing near the starting line are hard to analyse. I recommend to everyone trying to figure out their car to stick a go-pro on the rear quarter so you can see the rear tire and fender plus the front end. One video and you can easily see what the chassis is doing. I get frustrated trying to watch the car's suspension from a distance while it is moving.
My only impression with the video I saw is there is little separation on the rear. But a video taken from a camera mounted on the car will provide a much better view.
Try not to take everything so literally. Just because someone suggests it's time to deal with the Elephant in the room doesn't mean you should break out the peanuts.
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