Originally Posted by Edjay
Yes they have a failsafe. But the car was being push to the limit. Theres little or no room for error.
Thats correct, if it would have happened on another part of the track where the speed wasn´t so high i might have had the time to do the extra pump on the brake pedale that is required to get the brakes to work when losing one of the lines.
But in this case, after 30 laps with a BBK and sticky R-tires you had moved the brakepoint as close to the end of the straight as possible, there is actually even less room for any failures if you compare it with a stock M3.
I have a much shorter distance to reduce the speed from 200km/h to 80 km/h