Learn the process to get faster in sim and real life racing. This article outlined an easy-to-use way often use to approach setup and racing line development.
One important part of racing is your mindset. Read on to learn the importance of mentality and the six key regions of thinking to consider before to the race.
Anything can happen during a race, and there is a probability that two or more cars will collide. Find out more about the blog, Race Starts: Surviving Turn 1.
It is the driver's obligation to ensure that the pass is made cleanly and incident free in both sim and live racing. Learn more about Race Craft and Passing.
Why bother shifting? Learn more about gear shifting in sim racing and get a deeper understanding of using gears in a race car. Read Racing: Downshifting here.
Braking is one of the most difficult skills to master both in the sim racing and real cars. Let's talk about the types of brake pedals and their functions.
This blog discusses how important eye-hand coordination is while sim racing on on track at speed. Your safety and success depends on how well you use your eyes.
Are a first time sim racer? Learn the fundamentals of racing line, cornering, and how to improve your car handling skills by reading our blog. Learn here!
Whether you're racing or simply driving, there are three basic inputs we use to make the car perform. Throttle, Brake, Steering. Click here to read more!