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  • Michael Peter Foo
    For racing purposes we only really see negative camber, i.e. the tops of the tyres are pointing inwards. A generic setup in F1 shows higher angles of camber at the front and little-to-no camber at the rear. There are two advantages to running camber, one being improved stability and two, more grip at high speed.11 feb 2016
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