whoah there. Up until 2008 f1 had extremely advanced traction control. The top teams went so far as to develop their own TC algorithms. The current best road TC(Ferrari) is based off of f1 TC algorithms(at least that was the propaganda for Ferrari's F1-trac).Just_a_fan wrote:It would be nice to say that, yes. But is there any evidence that it has happened? Need to remember that F1 works to a set of rules that are extremely limiting where electronic control systems are concerned. This is likely to mean that the resultant systems are not as advanced as their roadcar cousins.Pierce89 wrote:I think its fair to say F1's advances in electronic micro manipulation of every aspect of performance has greatly benefitted road cars.
Now wunderkind, just because you weren't aware of the Buick MaxTrac system, doesn't mean my point is any less valid.wunderkind wrote:
Wow! And I once saw a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci that resembled a helicopter from a few centuries ago.
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