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Old 02-04-2010, 10:30 PM   #72
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Originally Posted by wrxsti.l View Post
Also, ppl should realise that if you want better handling performance, you need to make compromises - and one of the first things that is compromised is comfort.
I also strongly disagree with this. A comfortable ride means the chassis is well controlled. Good chassis control translates into better handling and more driver confidence - both make the car faster. I'd say comfort is really the last thing to go, when you go that extra mile to make the car really, really fast. At that point you're in dedicated track car territory.

EDIT: In fact, i've ridden in some extremely soft cars which are horrendously uncomfortable specifically because the chassis is not well controlled.
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