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Re: understeer/oversteer definition

   In this case "normal" is refering to at a right angle, i.e. 
90 degrees. So the case, as simply stated as it is is still so.
   Also the normal "laws" of friction get expanded because the 
interface of the tire, and concrete/ashpalt interlock, the 
"street" or track is irregular little high spots and low spots, 
and the compound that the tire is made up of deforms to bite 
these irregularities, maybe think of them interlocking. So the 
package exceeds normal physics expectations.
   Like I said, get Carol's books.
Rick Glesner
Littleton, Colorado