Race Car Chassis: Design and Construction

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Motorbooks International, 1997 - Transportation - 128 pages
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The design and evolution of the backbone of any race car -- its chassis -- is covered here in thorough detail. While technical and of great value to racers and race car builders, this book is also of value to racing enthusiasts who want to better understand race car technology. Aird covers the evolution of chassis designs and explains how each design is best-suited for a specific style of race car and its internal center of gravity placement, load transfer, and weight distribution.

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About the author (1997)

Forbes D. Aird has written technical articles and several books, including three for HPBooks.

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