xxChrisxx wrote:It would be like having a gyrostabilised gimbal tea tray carrier to prevent your freshly brewed hot tea from spilling. Then making the tray from jelly.
If anything you'd want a more rigid chassis with active ride
DaveW wrote:Brian: I'm afraid the world is a little bit more complicated than you have assumed, as g-force hinted in his post.
Surely the main point of active ride in F1 was to eliminate the need for such hard suspension
Tommy Cookers wrote:...the only real Active Ride vehicle ever is the Rockwell B-1B
strad wrote:The drivers hated the active suspension cars because the were so stiff and rode so hard they were beated and bruised by the end of a race and just praying for it to be over.
DaveW wrote:Tommy Cookers wrote:...the only real Active Ride vehicle ever is the Rockwell B-1B
I don't think that is quite correct... I believe the Tornado terrain following system had similar characteristics, & was probably earlier.
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