The last two articles covered strategy and etiquette for passing drivers and those being passed. This article talks about how drivers make mistakes in applying those principles.
At a recent Buttonwillow event, I was driving an E36 M3 when a stock car approached down the front straight. I was not sure he could catch me before the corner so I kept
Some years ago, while climbing a mountain in Oregon, I realized something really important about racing. A good friend and I were climbing one of the more technical sections of the Eagle Cap Wilderness on a route that took us two days. It was a stressful time for me, with too many hours at work and too few with my
There is a reason NASA makes sure HPDE drivers sit in classrooms for “downloads” after each outing on track. Yes, there is always that initial gathering of HPDE participants before the first session of the day, but the real substance of what it takes to become a better driver only develops as the day progresses. Oftentimes, there is a need