From my experience, I think you is right on!!!
> Scanning the latest Hot Rod rag, I come across a small side bar in which
> David, our boy David Freiburger, attempts to define the aerodynamic center
> of pressure. As I read it, he has the Cp ahead of the Cg and the problem Cp
> causes is lift on the front end resulting in dquirmish handling.
> Well, please, don't ya'll believe a word of it. Cp goes behind the Cg and
> the problem caused is lack of driectional stability because the sum of the
> pressure forces are twisting the car around the Cg if it is in front. In the
> trailing mode the Cp is a drag behind the Cg and this adds stability
> (remember, tail fins on an arrow, heavy arrowhead up front?). One of you who
> are more friends with him than I, politely knock him upside the head?
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