Originally Posted by The HACK
Correct, the graphs assume that you are driving sans ABS, which most race cars are not equipped with. With the inclusion of ABS, then it is preferable for most average drivers to quickly ramp up the braking and hold past threshold for the quickest way to slow down.
Of course, if you actually ramp up the brakes correctly, your ABS won't kick in until much later in the pedal travel, allowing you to actually brake harder...
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