Does anyone understand Ferrari's ABS system? Here is the situation. My ABS went out on the racetrack when some crap fouled my wheel sensors. The result was that I feel (maybe I'm dumb) that now I can break deeper in corners. I don't think my foot is smarter than ABS but i think I like it better without ABS. O.K. here is my theory you tell me if I off the deep end. ABS is set up for street tires which limit at 1g braking at best. My huge Pirelli slicks have a 1.5 G capability. Is the ABS thinking I'm on street tires and no allowing me the full benefit of my slicks? There has to be more than just the speed of rotation that the wheel sensor picks up or else I would have a ABS pulsation with foot on brake and not moving tires at a stoplight right? Somehow the ABS is sensing the car is moving AND the wheel speed? Second bit of theory...I'm safer on the racetrack without ABS because if I spin and "put both feet in" (standard technique) my locked wheels will have no adhesion and I spin in a predictable straight line and people don't hit me. If I spin with ABS the car trys to get grip by controling lock-up and I may veer off in an unpredictable way as my tires grip the track. O.K. what do you guys think?