Understanding trail braking and mastering this technique is the key to unlocking major time around a race track. Here we give the most detailed and easy to understand breakdown of this mystery technique.
At Racers360 we are focused on making your track day experience as great as possible. Having the right tools will greatly increase how much fun you can have at the track. Here we break down the 10 most important items to have at your track day event!
The Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix was one to remember! The incident that has everyone talking is the crash between Redbull teammates Max Verstappen & Daniel Ricciardo. Here we break down what lead up to their accident.
In previous videos, Racers360 has covered what induces oversteer and how you can avoid it on the race track. In this video, Racers360 breaks down how to actually save the car once the oversteer has been induced.
In this episode of “Racing Tips In Under 60 Seconds” we break down smooth inputs. As drivers, we want to emulate our favorite drivers that we watch on tv, but that can cause us to turn way too aggressively! Here we teach you why smooth hands are critical.
In this Racers360 video, we break down exactly how professional racecar drivers use data to quickly find time on the track. All of these squiggly lines can be intimidating to look at, but we show you just how easy it is to understand!
Looking to become more confident when you plan a track day at a track you have never driven on? Understanding where your eyes need to be focused is critical. We break down the best techniques for vision here!
In this episode of “Racing Tips In Under 60 Seconds” we break down weight transfer. It is important for a driver to understand how weight moves around while we drive and know that where the weight goes is where the grip goes!
In this video, Racers360 breaks down the amazing overtaking maneuver from Lewis Hamilton at the 2018 Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix. Because of three key areas, he was able to pull off one of the best overtaking moves we have seen in a long time!
Oversteer can be one of the most nerve racking things to deal with in a racecar. If it is unpredictable and snappy you have to work very hard to not go very fast as a driver. So when it starts to come up, what as a driver can we do to help band-aid it?