Q: “I have a dumb question for you. I’m older (mid 40’s) and I am really enjoying track day events in my car. I’d like to do W2W (wheel-to-wheel) racing. Would you recommend a budget-built car and racing in local clubs, or gain experience by renting a race car and have the freedom of renting from well-funded teams locally and throughout the nation?”
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss the future of technology in motorsports, specifically around “driver-less” race cars. Is it still “racing” if there isn’t a human being inside the car piloting it – either thru remote control or an AI pilot?
Q: “Is there a “best” way to practice and improve my high-performance driving?”
Q: “A friend has convinced me to take my Toyota 86 to what he calls a HPDE event. What can I expect, and how should I prepare?”
Q: With a Front-Wheel-Drive car, is some rotation a good way to reduce inside wheelspin when exiting a slow corner?
Q: “With FWD in a slow corner is some rotation a good way to solve inside wheelspin on exit?”