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Ferrari F430 Autobahn Country Club North Track

A few laps around Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, IL North Track in a Ferrari F430.


 


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Fast vs Slow Corner, Which to Optimize, What to Sacrifice
http://www.deltavee.net Compromise the slower corner for the faster one; turn 1 at Autobahn Country Club North is 85mph apex speed at 1G cornering—significantly fast—and time is saved by maximizing the effective radius (Largest Possible Radius, LPR) and sacrificing a "traditional" line through turn 2, the slowest corner on North Circuit. 99% of drivers take a "traditional" left-side entry, late apex to turn 1, costing time. Watch as the Porsche ahead compromises N1 to set up a traditional turn-in for N2, sacrificing the LPR in N1, and we gain significantly, retaining that time gain through to N3. Conclusion: Maximize your performance through faster corners even compromising a slower corner if that's what it takes. The most important corner on any given circuit is the fastest corner (assuming you're grip limited). Driver: Rob Schermerhorn of Delta Vee Motorsports LLC http://www.deltavee.net Private coaching and race engineering services available (chassis set up, shock tuning...), visit http://www.separationofcontrols.com to inquire.





Audi R8 V10 laps at Autobahn Country Club
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Around the Autobahn Country Club in a Ferrari F430
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1969 Camaro A/S Road Race Car Testing at Autobahn Country Club Octoberfast
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Ferrari F430 Scuderia--Test Drive Video Review with Chris Moran from Chicago Motor Cars
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autobahn country club track testing 1:34
Some more track testing at autobahn South. last full lap was fastest at 1:34.4 others were all in the mid to high 1:34's Thanks for watching... Redline Time Attack coming soon!!!





Autobahn North Track Joliet Porsche 944 turbo
First time out with the red car on the North Track. Following a very nice guy in a Honda s2000 who knows the line well. He breaks ahead of me in the "fast" corners, but I am still reluctant to drive it in too hot until I really get a feel for the track...





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