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    [JP] G-force and a driver

    ドライバーの体重が65KGだとすると
    If a driver weighs 65kg,

    フルブレーキング時にはその4.5倍。。。。290kg以上の負荷が身体にかかって前方にブッ飛ばされそうになる
    Under full braking, 4.5 times the weight, a stress of 290kg or more lay on his body and almost shove it forward

    それをシートベルトでおさえつけるもんだから呼吸もできない
    the seat-belt is pressing his body so hard that he can't breathe
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    I need your help.
    Would it be better to change the sentences to passive voice?
    Last edited by Masa Kaneda; April 16, 2012 at 12:19 AM.

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    Re: [JP] G-force and a driver

    The first half....


    A 65 kg driver would
    experience a force of over 290 kg, (which is) equal to 4.5 times his own weight ...

    I am not familiar with auto-terms, so I am not sure of フルブレーキング/full braking. It seems that フルブレーキング is similar to "threshold braking" technique, but "full braking" may be just fine here. Someone who is auto-savvy can tell you better.

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    Re: [JP] G-force and a driver

    Quote Originally Posted by mikkih View Post
    I am not familiar with auto-terms, so I am not sure of フルブレーキング/full braking. It seems that フルブレーキング is similar to "threshold braking" technique, but "full braking" may be just fine here. Someone who is auto-savvy can tell you better.
    okay, I found out "heavy braking" is more commonly used in motorsports.
    Thanks for the link to the useful site. It helped me to learn the technical terms of racing.

    Edit; I figured this one;
    a 65kg driver would

    experience a force of over 290kg, equals to 4.5 times his own weight under full braking, and gets pushed hard forward.

    then he can't breathe because the seat-belt is pressing his body so hard
    Last edited by Masa Kaneda; April 16, 2012 at 12:13 AM.

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