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Braking Analysis: What Do Pros Do Differently?

Want to stop on a dime? Here’s what the pros do. Our resident racing instructor will walk you through 5 steps to maximizing braking performance.

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driving on the street vs driving on the race track vs racing on the race track

braking into turn one is all about how long can you keep you foot on the gas before hard on the brakes, mainly hoping that you calculated correctly and make sure not to scared a starting to lift early (both I fail at a lot)
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Lots of practice. Exactly why $300 in track time will net lower lap times than $300 in sweet modssss.
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