Racecar Engineering

Surface tension

Even by rallying standards, Rallye Monte Carlo 2020 was characterised by hugely unpredictable conditions. Though a mix of snow, ice and dry tarmac is usual on the event, relatively warm daytime temperatures, that dropped come nightfall, made it a challenge for both drivers and ice crews. During the opening stages, which run over the first night,

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