it could be the case that you want more roll than yaw in the wet since the side on grip is less than in dry conditions, i dont think it will make the car faster, but it will make the car easiser to drive faster
Ciro Pabón wrote:Actually, I'm tall for karts at 1.83 m (6 feet). Just by stretching my spine I can feel the extra grip (extra lever you get, read page 6). On the other hand, by crouching (or, better, by lowering the front ride height), you will take side bite away from the tires and allow them to slide instead of grip. This will decrease the grip in the front-end.
I assume that the extremely low weight of karts has something to do with this "effect".
this is pretty much what happens in bike racing since you are a tall person and i assume weights much more that a shorter person you percentage of weight is greater with the kart, hence if you lean on to the inside it could turn in alot faster and if you CG which is controlable by yourself(stretching your spine)is highter, then the weight transfer will be much greater, and hence even faster in the corners
in bikes lower CG is not always a good thing