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    • I can't believe how close the floor is to the rear tires. How come they don't rub at high speeds? I'd imagine they would bulge a bit, wouldn't they?

      3 months ago
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      • the car sinks on its suspension at high speed which opens up the gap a little. But you are right, the gap is Tiny and teams trim the floor to create the smallest possible gap to the tire

        3 months ago
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      • Ah right I wasn't thinking about the car getting lower with speed. Thanks for the answer!

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    • beautiful 😍

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