Whether you want to drive the ultimate limit – 10/10ths – or something less, the key is be able to do that consistently. And that means driving over it at times.
To trail brake or not to trail brake? When should it be taught? Both are good questions. But let’s keep it simple here.
I’m sure you’ve been told to drive smoothly, and “smooth is fast” dozens of times. But why?
An important step in learning a new track – and one that is mostly ignored by many drivers – is getting a “global view” of it.
In this tip I share more details about how to use mental imagery – visualization – to improve your driving performance.
Every driver knows that the sooner you begin accelerating out of a corner, the faster you’ll be down the following straightaway. But it’s not where you begin to accelerate, it’s where you get to full throttle that matters most.