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Speed Secrets Weekly #149

This entire issue is focused on the “older” or “more mature” driver, addressing both the challenges and advantages such a driver has. Weighing in on the subject are driver coaches Peter Krause, Tom Long, and Michael Zimicki. Ross reviews his five key components in using your age to give you the edge.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #148

Ingrid Steffensen encourages couples (and families) to get involved in motorsport in “Love is a Many-Fendered Thing.” Ross reviews the difference between instructors and coaches and how to best drive “the line.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #147

Ross reviews the “How to Use Simulators to Improve Your Driving” workshop that he did in Boston with Jeff Ippolito, focusing on the mental game and cornering. Reminder about the upcoming track walk of Sebring webinar.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #146

Superbike racer Michael Pannone tells of his quest for optimal health and urges you to find answers to your own health questions in order to make you a better racer. Ross reviews how to manage both internal and external competition. A new webinar co-hosted by Ross and coach Johan Schwartz called “Drive Sebring Faster” is open for registration.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #145

Speed Secrets Weekly subscriber David DuBois advises drivers to give their wheels a vacation! Ross says find and drive the rhythm of the track. Ross reports on his current research project (Chumpcar racing).

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Speed Secrets Weekly #144

Coach E. Paul Dickinson uses his unique way with words to explain the art of anticipation. Ross says don’t just copy what everyone else on the track does. Announcement for a seminar in Boston called “Using Simulators to Improve Your Driving” and a link to the “Inner Speed Secrets” mobile game complete this issue.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #143

In this issue, Rob Schermerhorn of Delta Vee Motorsports answers a subscriber’s suspension question in “More Spring or More Shock?” Ross reviews how to manage the negatives following a crash, plus a reminder of the Speed Secrets Weekly subscriber discount on Inner Speed Secrets 201 eCourse.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #142

Track Junkies’ Paul Conquest lays out a framework for achieving Zen and a state of flow on track (it’s not meditating through the corners!). Ross challenges you to improve your visual skills, with a further illustration of those skills in a video from contributor Ian Korf (YouSuckatRacing).

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Speed Secrets Weekly #141

James Colborn’s “Be Your Own Coach” concludes (with helpful links). Ross reviews what you cannot control (outcome) and can control (your own learning). Ross also reveals his three focus words for 2016 and asks for your help with one of them.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #140

Club and pro racer James Colborn tells you (in the first of a two-part series) how you can be your own coach. Ross warns of the dangers to you and others of complacency on the track. Ross’s new Inner Speed Secrets 201 eCourse is now available (link provided).

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Speed Secrets Weekly #139

Front Wheel Drive expert (and Guinness World Record holder) Johan Schwartz discusses the differences between FWD and RWD cars and how you can adapt to driving either type. Ross reviews the Rule of Three and sends you a New Year’s message.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #138

In the spirit of the season, Ross reminisces about how racing took hold of him at Christmastime. Ross also answers the oft-discussed question of how much trail braking is needed (it depends!). Some holiday gift suggestions are provided, plus Ross tells you how to determine whether your brake bias is off.

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