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      05-21-2011, 07:49 PM   #6
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Drives: E30 M3; Expedition
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Also, if you were time trialing, you could put the front right on the curb braking into 10. Some clubs put a cone there to keep people off that curb. It's not good for your suspension, and it is a bit strange to be braking hard onto a curb, but it does get you that extra foot or so before turn in. Without being in the car with you, my guess is that apart from the driving line pointers, your main improvement will come from simply pushing the car harder. You have more grip, but that will require you to work the wheel more at places. Not that you want the car sliding around too much, but it does seem like you are leaving some grip on the table. I might be there for the Boston BMW CCA event at the end of June. See you around man...
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