About this event
The real key to driving fast is what you do with the brake pedal, then the throttle – and ultimately the speed you carry into and through corners. Brake later or earlier? Carry more corner entry speed? Trail brake? Rotate the car into a corner? Downshifting while approaching a corner? And where should you be looking? If you'd like to get better at any of these techniques, join the Improve Your Braking & Corner Entry webinar on January 18th, 2021.
Driving the ideal line, and even accelerating out of a turn, is relatively easy compared to braking late, setting the ideal corner entry speed, and getting the car set up so you can commit to throttle earlier. What happens from the moment you begin braking, all the way to the apex, is what separates the best from the rest. Not only will you learn how to improve this part of your driving, but I'll give you specific practice strategies that will lead to faster lap times. At $69, it's cheap speed! And unlike so many things in our sport, what you learn in this webinar will never wear out!
The Improve Your Braking & Corner Entry webinar is for any driver, of any level and type, who uses the brakes to slow down, the steering wheel to turn the car, and the throttle to accelerate. If that's you, I look forward to sharing what I believe is the "real secret stuff"!
More info at SpeedSecrets.com/Braking-Entry-2021.
I hope to "see" you online on January 18th (or you'll see me when you're watching your downloaded recording because even if you can't be on the webinar when it's live, if you register you'll get the full recording and all the content to download and review on your own schedule).
The Improve Your Braking & Corner Entry webinar will go live on Monday, January 18th at 5:30pm Pacific/8:30pm Eastern. Your registration includes at least 60 minutes of content and 30 minutes of Q&A - and a recording of the full session. However, it is likely that we will run longer than that as I'm anticipating a lot of interesting Q&A (my previous webinars have lasted more than two hours).
I always limit registration to a manageable number of participants, so sign up now (the last time I did this webinar it sold out in advance of the deadline). The cost is just $69.
To participate in the webinar, you'll need to be in front of a computer (with sound enabled, or listening with a phone), online. You'll receive an email prior to the session with instructions on how to log in to the webinar.
The entire webinar will be recorded, so if you have to miss it for some reason, you will be able to review it afterward at your own leisure. Only people registered for the webinar will be able to access the recorded sessions.