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Formula Reiza Engineering Manual / Aero-Tire-Suspension Theory

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Renato Simioni, Oct 26, 2011.

  1. Renato Simioni

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  2. Scott Webber

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    Thank you so much, i was thinking what can i do tonight, then I've just seen this, im going to read this now, cheers.
     
  3. Patrick Giranthon

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    Thank you!
     
  4. Renato Romero

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    Thank you once again Reiza!
     
  5. Keith Pawson

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    You guys are on a roll!!!
    Thank you... very much appreciated this is the sort of stuff I love, so don't think we wouldn't want this sort of info :wink:
     
  6. Eric Parker

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    I wish I could say I understood all that... but thanks. Perhaps I will do a little research and catch up on my math.
     
  7. Sam Binfield

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    It's really great to see developers so active in their game's communities. Thanks for this guys!

    Sam
     
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  8. Ernesto De La Pena

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    Thanks, awesome info, ,,,,and about what time tonight can we expect the release
     
  9. Kenneth Jurmann

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    Thank you Niels for letting us take part in "your" World! :cool:
     
  10. Kenneth Jurmann

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    Niels that is huge. Just printed your two "whitepapers". That's really a lot info you're giving us for free. Thank you really much! Serious, thank you.
     
  11. Patrick Giranthon

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    Your manuals are a goldmine...
     
  12. Victor Ivanov

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    Thank you for this! It took me over two hours to read it deeply and after I did it I understood only one thing - I need a race engineer!
     
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  13. Roberto Costa

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    Thanks for this! I'll read them today. :D
     
  14. Reto Christiani

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    fabulous!
     
  15. Bram Hengeveld

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    Niels added a great piece of work today that should be mentioned here in this thread as well i think. Hope he will add more of those in the future as they are a great read.

    Understeer Going to Snap Oversteer Explained
     
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  16. lgel

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    Very interesting reading, I have been looking for such information for ages. Thanks a lot.
     
  17. Leonardo Chaves

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    I'm getting "requested page could not be found".
     
  18. Bram Hengeveld

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    Probably a really old article that is no longer here.
     
  19. Burke Wells

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  20. Fabio Rodrigues

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    @Burke Wells : that was an excellent read, rather enlightening. Thanks for sharing!