James Colborn

Five Strategies For Finding the Limit

If someone asked me to define my driving – with a positive focus I might add, as I think we’re all very self-critical in racing – I would say that I am a smooth and consistent driver. I am not overly busy at the wheel; I’m not having to correct my driving constantly; and in many instances, it means I can deliver consistent lap times again and again. Combine this with reasonably good finishes and it translates into me having fun at the track and leaving happy, often with a trophy or plaque. So, what’s wrong with this type of driving?

By Ross Bentley | January 21, 2020

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