Autobahn Country Club Full 3.5 miles Driving Line Tutorial
http://www.deltavee.net Autobahn Country Club's full 3.5 mile, 21 turn circuit.
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.
NASA Racing at Autobahn Country Club Raceway - Boosted Films
Video from 7-13-2013 at Autobahn Country Club in Joliet Illinois.
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Broke for free
Best GTR launch control reaction ever
Courage is strong in this beautiful GTR Pilot! She took the directions
given to her and just rolled with it!
I love the part where the fear takes over body control, which makes it hard
for her to think straight to let off the gas to make it stop. Hahahahaha
This is by far the best GTR Reaction I have ever seen with for GTR Launch
Autobahn Country Club Full - Session 4 - Group B - Harrys Lap Timer
Session 4 of the day recorded using Harry's Lap Timer Pro along with my
iPhone 4S. First time using it and very pleased with the results, just need
to find a better camera angle next time, and get the iPhone Compass
calibrated, as the G meter wasn't even close
Apple iPhone 4S - https://www.apple.com/iphone
Harry's Lap Timer Pro homepage - http://www.gps-laptimer.de/Home.html or
Go Point BT-1 OBD2 Reader - http://gopointtech.com/
RAM Mount iPhone 4S Windshield Mount -
Inside the Autobahn Country Club
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where your racing passion and dreams can come true.
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Consistency -- How To Become a Better Track Day Driver -- Hooked On Driving
http://www.hookedondriving.com Driving consistent high-skill, high-quality
laps on the race track during a high performance driver education event or
racing is a key to success and dramatically reduces risk. Novice
performance drivers will commonly place "driving faster" as a higher priority over "driving
consistently" with disastrous results. You must use skills of concentration
and discipline—not pushing beyond YOUR personal skill limit—to
successfully drive consistent quality laps; and only then begin to fine
tune other skills such as maximizing use of the tire during corner entry
Hooked On Driving is a Performance Drivers School, hosting events across
the country; all you need is a car, tank of gas and need for speed.
Lexus LFA at Autobahn Country Club
I got a chance to go for a ride in the Lexus LFA (one of four in the world)
and this is the video footage I took of the experience. It was at a private
Lexus event at the Autobahn Country Club in Joilet, IL. The purpose of the
event was to prepare dealerships in the mid-west for the production of the
LFA, which is starting in December. I got an invite as a customer; a
generous PR move by Lexus! I also got the chance to drive the ISF around
the track for a while in the morning, which was also a great time.
Racing line explanation
This is a quick explanation of the three different lines that are possible
when taking a corner at speed.
Autobahn Country Club - Session 3 - Group A
Third session of the day at the Autobahn Country Club, running the full
course layout. The car is a stock Mazda RX8 R3. This was the last recorded
session, my camera's battery died shortly after this. Recorded October 3,
2011 at the Hooked on Driving event. Video recorded with a GoPro HD. Audio
recorded with a Zoom H1 Handy Recorder.
Road America How To: Line Tutorial
http://www.deltavee.net In-car video shot with Aim Smarty Cam, shows how
and where the driving line is at Road America, Elkhart Lake, WI. Helpful in
preparation for a track day or high performance drivers school. Watch the
G-G data to see how well the tire is used.
Driver: Rob Schermerhorn of Delta Vee Motorsports LLC
Private coaching and race engineering services available (chassis set up,
shock tuning...), visit http://www.separationofcontrols.com to inquire.
Road America's "14 turns" is actually 11 different direction changes, the
remaining "corners" are flagging stations.