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by Matthew Zacherle
The mathematical model that determines your autocross time is a very complex and and much disputed theory. The classical mechanical model starts to break down when you approach the apex. To a dynamic observer (the driver) time has slowed down, yet the static observer sees your blown apexes and missed shifts that contributed to the slowing of time.
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Tags: autocross, ax, cone, HDPE, race, time trial
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  • Name: Matthew Zacherle
  • Location: Richmond, VA
Artist Profile
Matt is just a big car kid who's been gearing up his whole life to be a car fanatic. He reveled in his youth the poster cars on his walls, which fueled his desire to draw his own. As a grown up kid, he has gotten his big brake in life as an Industrial Designer but occasionally shifts his talents to graphic art. When not at the autocross, playing on the twisties, or just enjoying a short drive to just about anywhere in his JCW MINI, he is living at the apex of his life with his family. Oh, and he never tires of a good, but usually terrible, pun every now and again.
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