Interesting... I can see how they would work well for shock absorbtion (potholes, sewere lids, that sort of thing) but I wonder how they would hold up to sever cornering, since they basically don't have a sidewall... wouldn't the "Tweel" crush down on the outside edge in a sharp corner, giving you all sorts of body lean, etc.? Show me a Tweel on an F1 car, and make it last a whole race, and I'll consider it for my personal vehicle... :thumbup:
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