I am running LeCont Whites / X30.
It is true that the peaks there all line up at around 1.8g. So that’s telling me, for whatever reason, I seem to be most loaded up at around there. You would think, then, that peaks beyond that represent slides or something that shocks the system.
However, the peak overall at 1.98 g’s occurred on a very fast downhill sweeper, which throws that idea out the window. The camber was neutral but downhill, but maybe my eyes deceive me and there’s a tilt to the turn that really compresses the hell out of the kart. So lets assume the idea still holds merit.
I can see this being useful by having someone else’s data to compare against. I would expect that being able to identify which driver is using “more” of their kart in a given turn gives some actionable intel when paired alongside other stuff like line, speed, rpm, etc.
I’m just fishing around for info on how to use this info. Seems like it would be good to know and understand.