Hi, I recently got a red light ticket for supposedly running a left turn and I wanted to try to fight the ticket. The officer told me I took the turn at 40-45 mph and then immediately wrote down 45-50 mph on the ticket. In one of my arguments, I want to try to prove that my car can't execute a left turn at 47.5 mph. I am an econ major so I thought I could use the help from you physics guys. If I know my speed (47.5mph) and radius of the turn, is it possible to show the amount of g-force experienced in the turn and then compare it again skidpad tests from lets say, road and track? Or is it possible to show the load on my tires from taking the turn at that given speed? I appreciate all input. Thanks again for reading my post!