Thank you Scawen for the report.

This is an interresting concept. Developing a tyre model and measuring that instead of real tyres... Of course it has the advantage of a "finished" and deterministic model, so with the constantly growing computational capacity of our PCs lead to this model, but since then it can be approximated with various accuracies, so it can be computed realtime. The other advantage is the easy and fast measurement. I hope the base model is - or will be - good enough, so with the faster computers we can easily get better and better tire physics with a short development time.

This is an interresting concept. Developing a tyre model and measuring that instead of real tyres... Of course it has the advantage of a "finished" and deterministic model, so with the constantly growing computational capacity of our PCs lead to this model, but since then it can be approximated with various accuracies, so it can be computed realtime. The other advantage is the easy and fast measurement. I hope the base model is - or will be - good enough, so with the faster computers we can easily get better and better tire physics with a short development time.