As an answer this is of the chocolate teapot variety, are we saying that although we have the explanation, we are not going to share it with fellow forum members?The best way to understand it fully is to read up on Euler' equations.and do the maths.
I used the lecture notes and textbooks from my student days, sorry I don't know where or if it's to be found on the internet.
Are you speaking from personal experience?Agreed, there are plenty of examples of that in hard body racing although powerful motors by hard body standards are not all that powerful compared to the quickest motors in BSCRA type cars.
However the fact remains BSCRA F1 class (inline) cars are undriveable with the more powerful motors that work very well in BSCRA sports class (anglewinder) car
Yes I am talking from experience of racing modern BSCRA cars and the very different experience of NSR tyres on hardbody cars.Are you speaking from personal experience?
GP has already responded to that point, I'll just add-The analogy with a hand held bicycle wheel is extremely dubious. The wheel diametre is many times the width of the axle, it will always try to wobble.
Repeat the experiment with an axle 4 metres long and rigidly fixed at both end and the results will be vastly different.