right i had a moment of logical thinking earlier that has left me a bit puzzled.
these dont come that often with me so here me out,
anyway right i was driving up a road i use regularly and i always take it a bit faster each time pushing my car.its a sharp semi sweepin left in the road, anyway on way back i did the same bend in opposit direction taking the same line. logic would say they i can attack the same corner in both directions going in the same speed and coming out the same spped in same conditions. which i did
the question is on a larger scale would this hold true on a race track??
would the quickest flying lap in one direction be the same as the quickest flying lap going round in opposite direction,??
now im not dumb enough to apply this theory to a oval track but say it a track with.
long sweeping corners
now the track has now climbs or slopes and is perfectly flat
dont know how much of a question this is but i think although its going round the same track in opposite direction i cant see it being any harder than going round it normal
i mean its just the reverse as i experienced on normal roads. surely the apex and racing lines are just the reverse or is it actually sometimes more difficult doing it backwards or even easier
now that my though
plz anyone wanna expand on what i though or is what i though correct or is is actually harder or even sometimes doing a race track in reverse