posted on January 16, 2016 03:01
Every motorsport poses its own unique challenges for fuel supply. In drag racing, cars leave the starting line at three G's or more, depending on the level of racing. In stock car racing, fuel is constantly being pulled to the outside of the car as they make turns at high speeds on speedways all over America. In drifting and road racing, cars are under immense G's not only from acceleration and cornering, but also braking. As demanding as these environments are, the Stadium Super Truck Series might just be the most demanding from a fuel supply standpoint. Not only do these trucks accelerate, brake, and corner hard, but they also go over huge jumps, literally adding an additional dimension to the fuel supply equation.
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