camber camber  /ˈkæm bər/


  1. (n) a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road)
  2. (n) a slope in the turn of a road or track; the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force
  3. (n) the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top
  4. (v) curve upward in the middle



  1. The motors are two to a side, streamlined into the high- camber cantilever wing.
  2. Magnesium skis that will not warp, dry out or lose their camber.


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  1. "The cambered corners encourage attacking driving but it's important not to position the car on the wrong side of the camber coming into a corner. If that happens then the car ends up sliding wide or perhaps not even making it round at all. If the...
    on Aug 22, 2008 By: Mikko Hirvonen Source:

  2. "The rally is quite similar to Finland but without the jumps," Gronholm said. "It's very fast but there are some slow sections with more camber on the roads. The surface is nice to drive on because it's smooth and there are no big rocks to...
    on Aug 30, 2007 By: Marcus Gronholm Source: The Dominion Post

  3. "It's pretty intimidating," Ligety said after training Friday. "It never really stops undulating all the way down. It's always turning, it's off-camber the whole way. You're tired at the bottom and you come over that last little bit and it's...
    on Jan 9, 2009 By: Ted Ligety Source: International Herald Tribune

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