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What does GE mean?
Ground Effect (GE) refers to artificially generated low-pressure areas underneath the car, which help it adhere to the ground. Aerodynamically designed parts are fitted to the lower areas of a car to create additional downforce, particularly in racing cars.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of GE in Automotive?
The full form of GE is Ground Effect