You are correct. In the words of our favorite “Road Runner” (and the book’s author): it’s a liquid and it’s a little viscous. So we can’t go faster or turn faster if we let the brake pedal get all the way down (i.e. if we let the pedal go the whole way for one long stroke of the foot). It’s kind of like the same problem that a bike’s tires are trying to avoid when you’re going fast – but they can’t. But if you don’t let the pedal completely stop by the time you are getting ready to turn in, the bike is going to turn in the wrong direction.
So, if someone asks you, “Can tarmac be a liquid?” (or “How fast can a car go” or “What’s the speed of a bullet during a chase?”) you can answer: “You have to stop, get up, and wait for the brake pedal to go the whole way, then move your feet back a little so the bike can’t turn.”
But if they just read the title and have no idea how tarmac works, they’re going to be way off.
– Tarmac is made up of tiny air bubbles and there are lots of them in a tarmac road. When you get on a road and hit the gas pedal, air is expelled from the tires and it is mixed with water and that’s when the bubbles form on the tarmac. I believe that the reason we get a very fast car going along on tarmac is due to its high density of large air bubbles and then when the gas pedals get all the way down, there’s not enough air to get the tires up and to a good road position because the air bubbles are so small. Tarmac is made up mostly of air bubbles… And that’s the only problem, that air bubbles don’t get into your eye until you are on the move, before they get in your body. – The speed you feel in a car can only be measured by your feet. If you get on a road that is really dry (like if a car was just on the highway for a while), your car will go much faster than a road that is wet. But that doesn’t mean your car can go faster. The car can have very very different speeds depending on the road conditions. So, you can only measure that by how fast your car can go when the road is really dry and how slow it will go when it gets
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