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Power of the Periphery

by Andrew Rains Published in Ross Bentley’s Speed Secrets Weekly, #231 “Where do I need to look when entering turn X?” Driver coaches hear questions like this all the time. The more we study this sport, the more the practice of looking where you want to go, not where you’re going (or don’t want to […]

What to look for in my data: Road Atlanta

Road Atlanta is big fast and scary. It is most certainly one of the most challenging tracks in the United States, and is also very rewarding and fun! With a relatively high average speed, and only two really hard braking zones (Turn 7 and 10A), Road Atlanta flows and can be smooth as butter (spoken […]