This is true, but in 1995, the year I graduated from high school, the same countries had around 64% of the world’s GDP. So the traditional “advanced economies” have seen their share of the pie decline DRAMATICALLY in the last 20 years.
This doesn’t necessarily mean we have more economic equality in the world, of course: We think (or should, anyway!) of income inequality being a huge problem in the U.S., but there’s much more income inequality in China and Brazil than in the U.S. But poverty rates have declined dramatically around the world during this massive shift in global economic activity.
tl;dr: The world’s richest countries create and control less of the world’s wealth than they have at any point since at least the industrial revolution.
Curbs can be brutal on the cars but shorten the corner and give speed and more room on exit making them essential to a good lap time.
3.8L twin plug EFI w/ slide-valve injection