I always picture Steve Kinser with 2 steering inputs the one in his hands turned
right to counteract the one under his right foot.. Rear steer via 800 hp of
I am up for the geek mobil class LOL eliminate the 'spacer' between the wheel
and the seat.. Hell eliminate the seat the wheel the cage etc... i would run it
for time only gladly as well..
"Albaugh, Neil" wrote:
> I hadn't thought of the "rear-steer" aspect of dirt track racing.
> Regards, Neil Tucson, AZ
> Hmmm - counter-intuitive ......
> I wonder how Steve Kinser deals with what happens when he turns left? The
> lack of 'seat time' at Bonneville prompted Howard to do a lot of
> practicing in his garage.
> When individual wheel steering is put into production, (10+ years) the
> plot will once more thicken
> like it has with stability control which uses individual wheel braking.
> I hope that some day there will be a robot streamliner class using a
> small spec engine like the Ford
> Focus Midget motor and no rules except for HAZMAT & spectator safety.
> Call um Geek Mobiles
> if you want.
> Oh yea, at least one wheel. :-)
> Have fun,