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Replay Your Successes

Here’s your homework for the next week: Make a list of all the things you did well this past season, in and out of the car (but only to do with driving) and replay your successes on the list.

For some reason, we tend to focus too much on what we do wrong. It seems easier to see all that we do wrong

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

Off-Season Preparation

My favorite quote of all time comes from Albert Einstein. He said, “A sure sign of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting something to change.”

So what are you doing this off-season to prepare for the next? Anything different from last year, or the year before that?

Are you satisfied with how you performed this past season?

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

Improve Skills in the Off Season

Whether you’re a novice or a pro, there is always room for improvement on the track. Now that the off season is upon on us, devote some time to improve skills for the 2018 season. Try these tips:

Self-Assess
Before you can improve skills, reflect on your strengths and weaknesses. Be honest with yourself. Did you struggle with your footwork the past season? Do

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips, Uncategorized|

Choose the Right Safety Equipment for You

Wearing the right safety equipment can enhance your race day experience and safety.​ Follow these tips to find the safety equipment that fits your needs on and off the track.

Gloves – Many drivers recommend gloves because they assure your grip on the steering wheel, even if your hands are sweaty. Look for a strong and durable glove with a suede leather palm for

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

Are You Ready to be an HPDE Instructor?

How long have you been participating in HPDE events? Do you have any goals? As I was growing up in the HPDE community, I had a few goals I wanted to accomplish. One of my personal goals was to become an HPDE instructor. I wanted to give back to the community that helped me become a better driver. I had dedicated HPDE

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips, Uncategorized|

Making the Most of Your HPDE Experience

What do you like most about HPDE events? Is it the comradery or is it driving on the limit of adhesion? The HPDE community is a growing group of enthusiasts who share a common passion for high-performance driving. I have noticed the growth of the community all over the United States from attending HPDE events. There is a common question that I

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

It’s Time to Improve Your Driving Skills

Has your driving improvement come to a halt? Most HPDE enthusiasts hit a point where it becomes remarkably difficult to continue improving their performance driving skills. Even with the guidance of an experienced instructor, it can seem to be more and more challenging to recognize the areas where you can proceed to develop.

Professional race teams may spend thousands of dollars on methods

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

How To Improve Your Corner Entry Speed

Carry corner entry speed by looking into the turn and focusing on your release of the brakes – focus on the End-of-Braking point. Mastering corner entry speed is one of the most important driving techniques that has led to the biggest gains for most drivers I’ve worked with.

One day I was driving along a highway in my beater Honda (every penny I

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

3 HPDE Questions Everyone Should Ask

There are 3 HPDE questions that we are asked frequently. We wanted to share these questions along with their answers to help educate the HPDE community.

1. I thought my auto policy covers my car where ever I drive, is this true?

Most auto insurance companies have key exclusions that eliminate coverage when you take your car on a race track. When you’re reviewing

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|

5 HPDE Checklist Items

Whether you’re an avid HPDE participant or are just getting into the sport, here are five HPDE checklist items that can help you avoid common failures participants encounter at HPDE events:

1. Check your lug nuts

We put our cars through more abuse than they see on the street, and it’s important to make sure all four wheels stay on your car!  If one

July 12th, 2019|Motorsports Tips|