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Old 09-19-2011, 03:06 PM   #31
Robert Simpson
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Talking Re: Advice for new bracket racer

When you log your info into the logbook. Start with your timetickets now, break down the incremental times, 60'-330', 330'-660' etc. Look at these for consistantsy. I assume you manually shift your car, these times being the same from run to run will make you a better racer. I really paid attention to my times this year when racing my street car and I narrowed down allot of mistakes that I did not know I was making. Also, get a routine, getting in the car, strapping in, way you pull in the water, THE WAY YOU STAGE, etc...You will be way ahead of the curve. But most of all have fun!! I did..Best of luck.

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