Lnewqban Posted July 27, 2013 Report Share Posted July 27, 2013 Chapter 5 of the ATOTW2 book states that getting the throttle cracked and rolling-on as soon as possible and smoothly should be our basic plan, at every turn. It also explains that by doing so, we are not adding new and unwanted forces; instead, we reduce them all. If that is true, why so many riders wait for the apex to start rolling on? Many published personal videos of experienced track days riders show this pattern. Is that correct for any specific situation or condition or is simply caused by a very strong SR trigger, which forces those riders to stay away from the gas before the apex? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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