Speed Secrets 6: The Perfect Driver
With racing, as with almost any pursuit, being the best entails having a clear idea of what the best is--having a mental model that instructs and motivates and inspires. That's where Speed Secrets 6 comes in. Drawing on his extensive experience as a competitive driver and coach, author Ross Bentley helps the aspiring professional and the ambitious amateur develop the mental model that is essential for successful racing. His book reviews the techniques needed to drive fast, win races, and build a career as a professional race driver--and then, more importantly, schools readers in the process of turning this clear mental picture into racing perfection.
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Chapter 13 Simulation
Chapter 14 Engineering Feedback
Chapter 15 Developing Luck
Chapter 16 Building Programming
Chapter 17 Overslowing the Car
Chapter 18 Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Chapter 19 Learning As an Objective
Chapter 20 Using Your Strengths
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