“How can I better sense what my car is doing?”
“How do I know if it’s a car setup problem or whether I’m causing it?”
“What’s the process I should go through to tune my car’s handling?”
“How can I get better at providing feedback about my car’s handling?”
Drive faster… and make your car handle better.
Ross’s Speed Secrets webinars have been great learning experiences for me. They’re very convenient, and in a short amount of time I get information from him that I can use the next time I go to the track. Very practical and useful. I only wish that I could have them all to myself!Mark Osbourne
The 90-minute webinar will run on Wednesday, November 1st; 8:30-10:00pm Eastern/5:30-7:00pm Pacific.
You’ll learn how:
- To sense the limits of your tires, and therefore, your car
- To communicate how your car is handling
- To determine whether you’re causing a problem, or it’s the car
- To sense your car’s limits
- To drive at the limit more consistently
Is this for you? It is if…
- You’re an inexperienced or experienced HPDE driver
- You’re a track day driver
- A racer who gets limited practice time
- You want to learn the most you can in the least amount of time
- You want to be a better driver
The Reading Your Car webinar is all about practical, hands-on advice & tips with one purpose:
To make you & your car consistently faster & easier to drive.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be given any notes or hand-outs?
What if I sign up, but can't be on the webinar?
Will there be an opportunity to ask questions?
I've never taken a webinar before. How does it work?
During the webinar, you’ll be able to view my presentation slides while I talk through the topics, plus you’ll have the opportunity to send in questions. I will try to answer as many of the questions as possible as I go through the presentation, and then I’ll set aside some time for Q&A at the end of the session.
This being your first webinar, you’ll find out just how great a learning experience it is. You acquire knowledge from the convenience of your own home. And yes, there’s no need to get dressed up (or even dressed!) for it.