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Speed Secrets Weekly #277

Peter Krause follows up on his article from the previous week with “More Gas, Less Brake?” and how data to help you understand where you can go faster in the braking zones. Ross continues the theme Speed Secret with “Think in terms of brake zones, as opposed to brake points.” Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Corner References,” “Turn-in,” “Apex,” and “Exit or Track-out Point.” Ross shares a video of his first two laps in the rain at COTA, in advance of the next webinar “The Art and Science of Racing in the Rain.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #276

Celebrated coach and Virtual Track Walk colleague Peter Krause tells you how to use data to your advantage in “Using Squiggly Lines to Make You a Better Driver.” Ross explains in this week’s Speed Secret how to use your left foot to sense what your car is doing (the third leg of the three-legged stool). Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Slip Angle” and “Contact Patch.” Ross announces his next webinar “The Art and Science of Racing in the Rain.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #275

Blogger Vivek Goel (Beyond Seat Time) asks “Are You Improving as Much as You Want To?” then gives you some advice about how to go about improving. Ross says it’s crucial to understand the difference between education and training. Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Back-siding a cone” and “Course Walk.” Ross waxes philosophical about the lack of mind-training tools in motorsport, while he develops the next level of the “unfair advantage” for drivers.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #274

New contributor and driving instructor Steve Snavely has worked with both police officers and track drivers and sees parallels in his article “The Tunnel of the Red Mist.” Ross says get out of your comfort zone to improve. Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Slip Angle” and “Contact Patch.” And if you’ve ever wanted to drive a race car in Australia, now’s your chance.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #273

Professor of exercise physiology Dr. Ed Potkanowicz gives you the ultimate rundown on heat, the warning signs of overheating in the car, and strategies to manage it in “If You Can’t Stand the Heat…”. Ross discusses tuning yourself to your tires’ slip angle. Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Flat it” and “Take a set.” A reminder that the “Self-Coaching for Drivers” webinar is fast approaching.

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Speed Secrets Weekly #272

In this issue, Ross tackles challenging oneself to change and committing to do better. Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Breathe the throttle” and “Breathe (the human).” Ross reviews just some of the questions for self-coaching in advance of his upcoming webinar “Self-Coaching for Drivers.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #270

Fitness expert Simon Hayes gives you some solid guidance (and recipes!) for race weekend nutrition. Ross states this shocker – “Late apexes can be dangerous!” Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Unwind” and “Run free.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #269

Randy Biekmann and Ross collaborate on discussing the book Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman as it relates to driving. “Eliminate time pressure to trigger flow” is this week’s Speed Secret. Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Nervous in” and “Loose out.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #268

Nürburgring expert Moritz Kranz is back with an article on how fatigue impacts focus (yep, you can get tired after 4 laps at the Nordschliefe!) and what you can do to keep it at bay. Ross addresses driving fatigue with practical advice – back off or park it! Ross lists the last 14 podcasts with links so you can catch up. Speed Secrets Glossary defines “Crisp” (turn-in) and “Bend it in” (turn in).

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Speed Secrets Weekly #267

Ross introduces a brand new, mobile-friendly layout for Speed Secrets Weekly in response to feedback from subscribers. This issue is all about feedback, including the Speed Secret of watching your language in your feedback to yourself. Speed Secrets Glossary defines the acronyms “OPM” and “TTO.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #266

Andrew Rains addresses real-time electronic feedback devices, comparing predictive timing and machine learning data systems, and provides some suggestions. Ross advises changing your beliefs and techniques in small increments, not large leaps. A video discussion between Mika Hakkinen and Peter Windsor is included, plus Speed Secrets Glossary defines the terms “Skip Shift” and “Short Shift.”

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Speed Secrets Weekly #265

Regular contributor Matt Romanowski reviews his experience with monitoring tire pressures and the technology involved. Ross gives you reasons and tips for strengthening your legs and feet to improve your braking. Speed Secrets Glossary defines the terms “Tank Slapper” and “Pucker Factor.” Watch the difference in driving styles between Michael Schumacher and Johnny Herbert and read Ross’s commentary.

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