I am aware that steering geometry or kart flex allows the inside rear tire to unload while turning. Since the rear axles have no differentials, I am curious does this “designed in lifting” eliminate squirrelliness during turning whether high or low speed? Obviously the inside and outside tires are turning on different radiuses. Since tires under race conditions have a certain amount of slip does the slip itself resolve the radius problem. If the chassis is not set up to lift the inside rear does it get squirrelly then?
I can not remember ever seeing this used on a race car. How do superkarts handle this if they have downforce that might inhibit lifting the inside?
Ain’t I full of questions.