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Re: Left foot braking defects the vacuum needed (archive)

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Posted by John on December 19, 2001 at 07:39:00:

In Reply to: Left foot braking defects the vacuum needed posted by Lee on December 18, 2001 at 16:32:08:


If the throttles are open, it creates less vacuum, hence more force is needed to apply the
brake.


Thanks for info lee.

BTW Left foot braking will cost you time and speed. Remember that if you are still accelerating BEFORE reaching the apex, that means that your entering speed is not high enough. The maximum speed is allowed by the maximum adhesion in the corner, and braking in a corner is not the proper way to reach maximum adhesion. And also you should consider reaccelerating after the apex, not braking. Just my 02 driving cents.

Im not going to get into a discussion on L/F braking. Suffice it to say, my problem
here was occuring during pad warm-up, which
was being done before any real driving.
They are Ferodo DS3000 race pads.

Also, im sure someone can suggest a few
books on basic race techniques? e.g.
Drive to win or something along those
lines etc.

John




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