Anyway, I've proved enough with factual evidence,
Ok now do it and show everyone up. We'll be watching.
People seem to forget that it was already done 50 years ago. I did it with my '40 Ford in the 60's. I'd sure rather have that '40 than the FWD pigs we have now.
We're not saying that a solid axle is so superior that it should
be used. Rather it isn't as bad as a lot of people who haven't used one think they are. And for many types of usage they are superior to IFS. If not, they wouldn't still
be used in those cases.
Anyway, I've proved enough with factual evidence, didn't even include that Guy in the 60's at Lime Rock blowing all the fancy Euro's and home built IFS away with his Offy Midget - ........................... - check history, it's all there.
I didn't see him do it but I heard people at Lime Rock talking about it for quite awhile afterwards.
And in the early 60s let's not forget "Old Yellow". From: http://www.hotrodhotline.com/feature/friends/0556gnr/
(The last paragraph on the page.)
"Ernie Nagamatsu displayed Max Balchowsky’s ‘Ol Yeller. This road racing car was not built to look pretty, but when it burst upon the scene in 1959 it pushed the European cars right out of the picture. ........"
We waited every month for the various sports car magazines to see what Max had done after invading another (left/right) race!