Portland International Raceway is one of the Pacific Northwest’s – and west coast’s – favorite, challenging circuits. Literally set in a city park in Portland, convenience is it’s middle name. And while it looks to be a fairly easy track to learn and master, it’s not! “Subtle” is its other middle name. Fortunately, Ross Bentley has driven more different cars on this track than any other in the world over the past 40 years. Along with Peter Krause’s analytical approach to tackling a circuit, the two coaches take you on a video version of a track walk in this Virtual Track Walk, pointing out the ideal line, reference points, how to set up passes, driving in the rain, what great data looks like for this track, and which corners to compromise for the more important ones. In addition, they share lessons from their decades of experience in driving and coaching – and get into much detail about the use of your vision. At over an hour and forty-five minutes in length, what you take away from the Portland Virtual Track Walk will make you consistently faster at this fast, flowing circuit.