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Old 11-19-2012, 04:59 AM   #1
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Any tips for helping me learn to drive my Thunder Tiger Sparrowhawk DX Drift I have changed the tyres to road tyres it isn't used a a drift its used as a road car
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This is what helped me when I was first learning to drive and was making a conscious effort to get up to "racing" speed.

I painted dots in the street in an effort to make a road course and drove the course as fast, accurate, and consistent as I could. Since the dots just represented some arbitrary corners, I could "change" the layout on demand. Although, I don't think the neighbors enjoyed all the bright orange dots painted in the middle of the street . Could have got in trouble from the city I suppose. Also, there was a consistent threat of getting run down by real cars.
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Thanks for the tip I have recently brought cones so I can mark out a track is there a website with track layouts
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