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Hi, I just completed Level 1 on Friday at Eastern Creek in Australia - what an experience!!

 

I'm only now going through and filling out my drill sheet book - I know..

 

Anyway, hoping someone could help me out with one of the questions:

 

"What 3 attributes describe a good line"

 

A few things pop to mind but I've forgotten what was written on the board.

 

Thanks

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Hey Myke, welcome to the forums, glad you had a great experience with CSS down under.

 

To get the ball rolling, I have a couple of question's for you.

 

First: A good line will allow you to do what with the throttle / throttle rule ??

 

Second: A good line allows you to do what with your steering inputs ??

 

 

Tyler

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Darn! I could only remember two points:

 

1. Follows the throttle control rule.

2. Allows for one steering input.

3. ???

 

See if this hint helps: fill in the blank, "we want to ______________ the corner as much as possible"

 

Nice!

 

3. Makes the corner as straight as possible

 

Yes! Perfect. And what effect does that have on how much lean angle you have to use?

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Darn! I could only remember two points:

 

1. Follows the throttle control rule.

2. Allows for one steering input.

3. ???

 

See if this hint helps: fill in the blank, "we want to ______________ the corner as much as possible"

 

Nice!

 

3. Makes the corner as straight as possible

 

Yes! Perfect. And what effect does that have on how much lean angle you have to use?

 

A good line (as there is no ideal line) follows the above three criteria, in effect, requiring less lean angle! Beneficial both on the track and on the streets! :)

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