"..... no need to push it up with energy ...."
I see it.
I'm trying to add a moment/instant in time between when available energy/forces act and when they are able to push it up because of dampened shock connection.
Trying to throw some slop in there between the connection of the chassis and the tire.
The only reason for added energy to help take up the slop was to overcome some/any friction between the lifting chassis corner and the tire.
The physics of it say you can't prevent unloading of a corner(right front for Lates and left rear for winged sprints) when that corner of the chassis unloads, until you can catch or put the weight there again.
Only trying to gain a moment/instant of time between instantaneous dynamic weight transfer and a mechanical action.
In the case of a winged sprint at 140mph prior to a turn, the moment/instant in time can relate to a distance of advantage for your driver on the track.
I'm most likely in error trying to relate the same created moment/instant in time to a Late Model driver gaining a distance of additional more quality control any time a right front is caused to loose load.
... fun to think about for me.
I think you know I'm not arguing with you because I'm expressing my understanding and the way I see it in my minds picture.
"..... no need to push it up with energy ...." Yes I agree it will operate. My thought is to try to help it operate for just a moment/instant in time and there may be some advantage in doing so.
... LOL ... I guess repeating my self as I like to do is a form or argument.
... Butt in my case it's just being wrong, dumb and thick skulled. ...