It doesn't matter how much money you pour into the engine and electronics in your car, if the contact patch between your tyres and the track is not optimal then you're going to have subpar handling and results.
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At Sema, Tom Chan from DSC Sport runs us through how their TracTive Suspension controllers can help drivers and teams get better results with a setup that adapts on the fly to changing driving and weather conditions as well as pre-empting requirements via g-force, vehicle speed, brake line and velocity sensors.
Interestingly a system like this can be as simple or as complicated as you wish with plug-and-play options that are tuned from the 'driver down' to simplify the process with the ability to dive into features such as an electronic bump stop which will be a much-loved feature for any car running a lot of aero such as Time Attack.