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Speed Secrets Weekly #019

Amateur and part-time pro racer James Colborn tells you what he’s learned from the professionals – and what you can learn, too. Ross’s Speed Secret gives you an easy way to go faster, then addresses steering and slip angle and what they means to you.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #018

More data acquisition! Matt Romanowski writes about the basics of how to analyze your own data. Ross’ Speed Secret is an oldie, but a goodie about which corner on a track is the most important one. He also addresses the purpose of testing – it’s not just to find out what works…

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Speed Secrets Weekly #017

Data acq user/marketer Fred Schechter shows you how to use your data to brake better. Ross’s Speed Secret suggests matching your driving to your data. He then tells you what your job is when working with your engineer (and it’s not to the engineer what to do!).

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Speed Secrets Weekly #016

Coach and driving instructor extraordinaire Chuck Hawks talks about “The T-Word.” (Pssst…it’s “try”). Ross’s Speed Secret says not to give your talent away for free.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #015

One of the great sports car drivers of all time, Johannes van Overbeek, urges you to “Drive The Set-up” and tells you how he does it. Ross’s Speed Secret cautions against changing set-up before you’ve altered your technique. Ross also asks why drivers tend to quit before they’re ahead.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #014

Motorsport marketing whiz (and former driver) Brian Bonner hands you “Sponsorship Secrets – Part 1,” so pay attention. Your racing career might depend on it! Ross’s Speed Secret says to surround yourself with good people. Your successful career depends on that, as well.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #013

Engineer and shock absorber specialist Rob Schermerhorn explains how to get out of a skid. Ross’s Speed Secret says “look where you want to go,” then learn how to focus your mind on your goal, as well.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #012

“The Steering Wheel Guy,” writer and driver Ed Dellis reviews the black art of the reading the Mu-Slip Curve. Ross’s Speed Secret says you’re too slow if you feel like your car is on rails (so… go faster!), then Ross gives you tips on walking the track.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #011

Driver and coach Kevin York details the value of note-taking in improving your track experience. Ross’s Speed Secret advises you to use everything at your disposal to become a better driver, then gives you a multitude of tools for improvement.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #010

Writer and mechanical engineer Paul Haney gives you the skinny on the best way to warm up your tires (no, it’s not weaving back and forth!). Ross’s Speed Secret tells you “know how your tires work!” Ross tells about some of his Formula Drift clients and their deep knowledge of those round, black things.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #009

Young driver-of-anything-with-wheels Colin Braun explains the idea of the Complete Driver. Ross’s Speed Secrets addresses aiming high. What about mistakes? Do we make them? Yes. Just be willing to learn from them.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #008

Philanthropist, chief instructor and driver Don Kitch, Jr. tells you the secret that will cure stress. Ross’s Speed Secret addresses what should be your focus when braking. He explains further in his article about End of Braking vs. Beginning of Braking.

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