No offense taken at all. To be honest it may just be a silly waste of time, but
if not who knows? It just might be a way to go faster. I do suspect the if i
know the hardness and the relative amount of friction that it will roll the
moisture content into it. In that the softer the salt is one could draw the
conclusion that it is probably wetter as well. The temperature could have as
large a bearing as anything else too.
Dan Warner wrote:
> List, especially Dave & RT,
> I am not adverse to thinking "out of the box". I find the thread about
> measuring the moisture of the race track to discover the portion which is
> grippest, and using that data to set up and drive a vehicle to the best
> benefit to be very interesting.
> My post was an attempt to find out the practicallity of the accumalated data.
> I see the problem as one of area to be covered with the data and use of the
> data in a timely manner. I was posing the questions as I see them from the way
> we currently run our vehicles.
> Please do not take offense at my previous post, I want to take advantage of
> anything you can come up with.
> Let's move forward with Dave's battle cry - "lighter, lighter, lighter!!"
> D Warner
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