About our Technical Articles

by | Mar 1, 2012

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There are tons of interesting blogs to read, some of them are about politics or fashion. There are even some on bread. The one topic we at OptimumG haven’t found being properly covered anywhere is vehicle dynamics.

With our technical articles, we want to create a blog that we want to read ourselves. With a focus on vehicle dynamics, we will share our opinions and knowledge on anything remotely related to that (much in the same way as our seminars). We hope to be able to cover topics that will be of interest from track day racers to motorsport professionals.

Our well-known Tech Tips will now also be found under this section, head over to Technical Papers to grab the PDFs.

As we get started, we would love to hear your feedback on our topics and also what topics you would like to read about!

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