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Return to figure 8. At point C we are on the
still decelerating. If we're using all of our traction for cornering then we
won't be able use the brakes to stay at
as it decreases. (Although
aerodynamic drag can still slow us down.) As the car's speed gets closer to
, must decrease. A linear scaling of works well.