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2000-11-13

Balanced Suspension 2000-01-3572

Modern racecars have very stiff suspensions. When travelling over uneven ground, these racecars lose grip, and lose time.
Balanced Suspension is a clean sheet approach to suspension design. It allows a suspension to be very supple, so that it can absorb bumps and undulations, thus giving a smooth ride and high levels of grip. At the same time the suspension can be very stiff, giving flat handling and minimal ride height changes.

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