Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco
Since the machine does all the work....yes she can beat anyone.
Are you just trying to stir the pot?
I don't expect somebody like you to be so ignorant because I respect your takes in most of the other subjects on this board.
She will have to accurately adjust the speed of the car when it needs to go faster or slower and steer through the corners. As you know, a race can be decided in 1/1000th of a second. That's why it's a huge mistake if she steps on the brakes one second too early or too late. These "machines doing all the work" take corners at very high speeds, she will have to take 10 times the turning force of a normal car. Imagine having to go around a track that is several miles long, many times at these high speeds. As you can imagine, that would be pretty tough on your body. That's why she has to be super strong and fit and be able to concentrate really well to finish the race. She will have to have superb vision. It is a little different from the eye tests that we do when getting a checkup. She has to be able to see everything around her at speeds of several hundred miles per hour. For example, she has to be able to see what is displayed on the pit signs in a split second, and read any changes in the race conditions very quickly. Most of us don't have this "dynamic vision." Speed by itself, does not win races. It is a combination of speed, skill, awareness, and knowing what needs to be done to win the race that separates the best from the rest. And all of this is just from her point of view. The pit crew is just as important to the team. I know you and me both would jump in the driver's seat to make millions of dollars if "the machine did all the work for us." In reality, she would kick our asses. We would both come in dead last everytime in one of these races.