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Old 08-14-2011, 12:12 AM   #41
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I think it depends on the driving style too... because if you don't push it going into a corner and then let all hell loose turning in during the apex hugging the inside you will get a sling shot effect ripping you out of the corner faster... so while a properly setup RWD car could take the corner better, afterwards there is a good chance that an AWD car will handle coming out of it better under more load

at least, that's what would make sense to me
AWD = slow in fast out, aka dive bomb the brakes well before the apex, throw the car at the apex, and stomp on the gas. you have to upset the chassis to get the car to turn, which means usually pushing it right to and slightly over the edge.

RWD = turn in earlier, braking TO the apex, then roll on the gas exiting. it's upsets the chassis MUCH less, and keeps things much smoother. in racing, smooth = fast.
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