Originally Posted by The Shrew
Most of them werent tho i asked that at the time thats was my first thought about it
Throttle control. Slowing down at the right time that the car can drive itself through the turns.
You can also get results from just the correct setting on the diff. Man that makes a difference in the corners.
I would also keep in mind most drivers on a professional level only drive at about 90% of there ability.
Not to mention from the design team to the screw sponsor they have all the tech support. It all comes together.
Yet it takes hours and hours of racing and even more hours of practicing.
Set up set up set up. Master the car you drive and try every possible set up you can think of its the only way.
Take the TQ set up and it won't work for each individual.
Gotta find your set up and style of driving. Its good starting points though.
And radio set up is very important as well.
Guys will always tell you how they lost, but rarely will you here more than a set up chart as to how they won. Go figure.
We could all be pro's ya know.
We need an Xray pro driving school.
Be careful taking this hobby........... (sport/passion/obsession/challenge/get a way from the hussle and bussle).... to serious, it can be bad.
Decide what you want out of it and then pursue your intentions. Don't limit yourself, yet try to leave some room for some fun.
Thats all I got to say bout that