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Learning The Lines, How To Drive "The Line" on a Race Track, by Hooked On Driving

http://www.HookedOnDriving.com: New track day drivers learn the driving line at a performance driving event. A Hooked on Driving coach guides the new driver through the race track defining the proper driving line. High performance driving means finding the fastest driving lines through the course. "The Line" is a compromise between maximum cornering "G" and minimum distance traveled as you lap a race track. Proper braking and acceleration timing is key to putting is all together.


 


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Ken Block's guide to Gymkhana driving and drifting - Autocar exclusive
Ken Block gives Steve Sutcliffe a drifting Gymkhana masterclass at the Gymkhana GRID finals in Madrid. Ken Block talks tactics and why he's no fan of flappy paddles. SUBSCRIBE to Autocar: http://smarturl.it/autocar Steve Sutcliffe rides with Ken Block on the eve of his appearance at the 2013 Gymkhana GRID world finals. Days ahead of the release of his Gymkhana 6 video, Ken Block puts his 650bhp Monster Energy Ford Fiesta through its paces in a series of smoky drifts and donuts, showing Sutters how it is done. The action takes place on the same tight course that saw the world's best drivers compete in the finals of this international competition. Autocar, the world's leading motoring magazine and website, delivers industry-leading news, the most in-depth car reviews and opinion from our team of experts. Our presenters include some of the world's top motoring journalists who have unrivalled access to the world's fastest, rarest, most exotic and most exciting cars on some of the world's best roads and race tracks. Will it Drift? is the home of driving challenging vehicles sideways. Steve Sutcliffe takes some of the worlds fastest -- and most unlikely -- cars to the limit and beyond to answer that all-important question: will it drift? http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL38E4D66C4C8BE218 Read Autocar's Ford Focus ST review: http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/ford/fiesta-st Visit http://www.autocar.co.uk for the latest news, reviews and analysis New videos are uploaded to Autocar's YouTube channel each week. Don't miss a single one. Subscribe to the channel now: http://smarturl.it/autocar http://www.youtube.com/autocar LIKE Autocar on Facebook: http://www.autocar.co.uk/facebook FOLLOW Autocar on Twitter: https://twitter.com/autocar +1 Autocar on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+autocar





skip barber going faster
From the skip barber racing school, learn how to drive a race car. De la escuela de skip barber aprenda a manejar un auto de competición.





Driving Dynamics, How To Drive Front, Rear or All Wheel Drive, with Randy Pobst
http://www.HookedOnDriving.com - Professional driver Randy Pobst talks about the technical aspects of driving with front wheel, rear wheel and all wheel drive on the race track. Track days means all types street cars are welcome to drive together in a high performance environment, so what's the difference in driver technique between the different drive-train configurations?





6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard. TEXAS STREETS & TX2K13 Release now and shipping! http://www.1320video.com





How To Drive A Manual - (The Secret To Never Stalling)
http://www.vehicle-virgins.com Vehicle Virgins teaches you how to drive a manual transmission vehicle. Driving stick can be difficult at first, but with a few key tips, it's not all that difficult. We at Vehicle-Virgins™ are a dedicated group of college students here to help you make one of the most important decisions of your life: buying your first car. What sets us apart from other consumer review organizations is our perspective of review; we approach the cars as any kid would, not only as a professional automotive journalist would. We take into account real-world decision factors such as budget, reliability, safety, and maintenance, but we also rate cars on their appeal to a younger market. At 19 and 20 years old, we have spent lots of time looking for our first cars, and we know what appeals to us as well as our friends. ​ Our mission is to guide individuals in the right direction for their first car. Vehicle-Virgins reviews popular cars that young buyers are in the market for and helps them decide if the car they are looking at is a good choice. We are lighthearted individuals who are passionate about cars and hope you find our reviews both informative and funny. Cheers. Visit us at: facebook.com/vehiclevirgins twitter.com/vehiclevirgins





What is 7/10ths Driving by Hooked On Driving
http://www.HookedOnDriving.com presents: The Safe Driving Philosophy with Hooked on Driving is to drive your car at 70% of your maximum capability, both car and driver. This avoids pushing beyond your abilities at a track day event, therefore increasing safety.





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 phase. 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.





Line Technique -- AMG Driving Academy Performance Series Episode 5
In video number five of the AMG Driving Academy Performance Series, professional driver and AMG Driving Academy host and instructor Tommy Kendall teaches you how to find a track's all-important racing line. Line technique is about knowing the exact location of each turn-in, apex and exit in every twist and turn on the track.





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How To Drive Your Tires To Go Fast - /SHAKEDOWN University
Leo Parente and ShakeDown talk about the starting-point skills, techniques, and feelings you need to get maximum performance from your tires. And surprising to some, the lesson of this ShakeDown University suggests the same approach works for racing tires AND street tires. /DRIVE's Josh Vietze jumps on a racing sim to prove over-steering / braking is bad. Plus, we share more Pirelli F1 tire information. LINKS All the ShakeDown University Courses, to date - SDU / The '4 Fasts' - http://tinyurl.com/sd120310 SDU / Driving Skills - http://tinyurl.com/sd121010 SDU / Passing Skills - http://tinyurl.com/sd21111 SDU / The Racing Line - http://tinyurl.com/sd4811 SDU / Car Setup - http://tinyurl.com/sd81911 SDU / Sponsorships - http://tinyurl.com/sd12012 Starting w/ Karting - http://tinyurl.com/kartskills Seb Vettel Advice - http://tinyurl.com/sd61011 Allan McNish Advice - http://tinyurl.com/sd100711 Allan McNish Advice2 - http://tinyurl.com/sd31612 Track Notes from Sebring - http://tinyurl.com/sd33012 Lola F3 at Sears Point - http://tinyurl.com/sd51112 Lap of Laguna Seca - http://tinyurl.com/lsd51812 SimRaceway - http://blog.simraceway.com/ http://www.simraceway.com/cars/ford-Mustang_boss_302-2012?locale=en Pirelli F1 - http://www.pirelli.com/tyre/ww/en/f1.html





How To Kart! @ Peterborough Raceway - Part 1 (in HD)
Watch in HD ~ (click here for more info) This was a arrive & drive session (Part One)! With my work buddies at Thomas Cook, since this is my home track and right accross the road from work... I'm a regular visitor so I know the track well. This video is a good way to start learning racing lines around this track and how to handle the karts, its also a good way to view the over taking opportunity's around peterborough raceway. I'm not claiming myself as the best, but I know how to race clean, fairly and able to race most for there money. ;) so enjoy the video and keep watching this space.





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