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Old 05-06-2017, 09:54 AM   #1179
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Originally Posted by Kakaru View Post
Cool. Unlike me as a noob, I realized that I usually spend most of my time tuning my car (especially after a crash, which is pretty common for me) and ending up didn't have much time practicing on the track.
Yeah, it's a fine line between tuning and just driving practice. It's really easy for new people to fall into a trap of constantly making changes to their car and not focusing on driving details. I've seen it done a lot with new people. Some times it's better for a newer driver to make only a change (or two) before you get to the track, and at the track just make sure the car is setup the same way before each run (ride height, camber, tire sauce, etc.) Consistency is key. After the day is over, take notes (temp, wind if outside, track conditions) and determine what you should do to your car for the next time you race.
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