Um...I asked about your comment "Taking formula 1 to the dirt"Well explaining this in detail could take a bit, so I’ll give you my short version. First the simple karts that I’ve built for grand kids are driven on dirt and sandy roads, there is no camber or caster or suspension built in. second I like using the china 110cc motors which seems to make a little more torque and power, so in the dirt I seen the kart are sideways most of the time, its fun when you can drift corners anyway moved to parallel steering with slight toe out, made front wheel base wider you know the normal steps for this. so with anti ackermann the tire slip angle on outside wheel on my carts was greatly helping control the *** end come around in turns. There a lot of info on this subject and arguments to be made along with it. But its fun to experiment and learn new things I do a lot of reading and by no means an automotive engineer, anyway thanks love the feed back on the Kart.
Thank you for your response
...but, I don't understand it
Formula 1 don't run on/in dirt
I don't remember them being "sideways most of the time"
The front wheel "track" is usually narrower, than the rear, not wider
I'm not tryin' ta give you a hard time
...just tryin' to understand this "different concept"