It's been done on two-wheeled vehicles, too.
Seldom Seen Slim Land Speed Racing
(that's 'way up north)
On Nov 16, 2006, at 5:07 PM, James Tone wrote:
It's been done on a very fast liner with small indicating lights. The
more lights were on the more the more wheel spin. Front wheel speed
was compared to rear wheel speed. Slip was controlled by the right foot.
> I heard rumors about a device "someone" has that simply tells the
> driver if
> the rear wheel speed increases over the front wheel. Not a traction
> but just an indicator light that comes on warning the driver to
> let off.
> This sounds like a totally legal device that would make LSR safer as a
> whole. I would think spinning rear wheels are the cause of most
> spins which are
> probably the major cause of catastrophic situations.