If your car is solely a track car, then I would generally agree with
you. If it's more of a street car, then it really doesn't matter.
There's a moron in the Porsche ng who likes to blow these types of
discussions out of proportion and talk like corners on the way to the
grocery store are like cornering on a closed road course. He's a moron,
Morons aren't in short supply when it comes to this sort of discussion. A
50/50 car is only that when neither accellerating nor decellerating. In other
words, it's a good car for someone who isn't very experienced, or tallented.
The Vampire, "Muffin Man"
The Vampire Muffin Man Spilled my beer when they jumped on the table
Perfect example, IMO, is the movie Bullitt. (Hear me out before you
post "That's a movie, this is real life" <G>)
Steve McQueen drove the same Mustang thru filming the long chase
They wrecked 3 Dodge Chargers. (Got one wreck slightly on
film..when they slid into the camera <G>)
Sure, the base balancing might be off, but American cars from that
era were front heavy.
The moral? Little beats experience and skill over most variables...
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