John got both kids their B licenses and was happy with the 201 mph run.
Likes the new car although he has to roll onto the salt to get out of it
quickly. He pitted next to Tom Bryant and Tom spent some time in record
impound after they bumped a record. The motor is the same one they ran two
years ago and it is tired and needs some attention/TLC.
Sure a four wheel steer P/U could run since the steer only kicks in at low
(read parking) speeds. Factory stock is OK but if someone tried it with
lots of horsepower I'm sure J.D. Tone would be scanning the Rules and
Records Book for justification.
on 9/23/03 2:09 PM, DrMayf at email@example.com wrote:
> So he did manage some good first timeout speeds. When is the gas up? Can't
> come but can wish all who are going a great time. Just be safe there in the
> peoples republik of kalifornica. I am going to dig my car book out of my
> library (read box) and see if I can figure out how an analyses could proceed
> with a rear steering system. If one of those new pickups with 4 wheel
> steering showed up, could it run? Hmmmm...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Glen Barrett" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "DrMayf" <email@example.com>; <Nt788@aol.com>;
> Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 8:56 AM
> Subject: Re: Rear wheel steering
>> As fas as I know Beckett did not spin, he did run 201 while I was still
>> there. He was changing a tyre( for Malcolm & others on that side of the
>> pond, tires for us) when I left so he could run again, BTW it's a front
>> steer coupe, he wants no part of the back end hunting the front end again.
>> And yes caster, toe in and other stuff must be considered and well
>> as far as training a driver well thats another story. I'm getting ready
>> the Gas Up always a great party of LSR people.