seems like you could be using a little bit more of the track like going on the inside kerbs a little more ,and on the font strait it looks like you have a foot or more space between you and the edge of the track
Seems like with the new gen Evinco Blues / MG Reds, running high tire pressures especially on a relatively green track works good. 13-17 psi range depending on total laps and time of day / temp.
I’ve never run Pat’s Acres before but easy and quick points I’d give would be to see how far you could back up the entry in the final corner, just to get on the throttle as soon as possible without the rear end kicking as you come on the front stretch.
Other than that you look smooth on track, maybe see if you can shorten the braking zones a touch since it sounded like a lot of time off the power. But minor tweaks if anything, you look solid man!
I think Xander pretty much nails it. I was watching the video and I couldn’t see any problems with the driving. Looks smooth, calm and controlled. Maybe a little bit too much so and that’s because, like Xander said, you are lifting off power early, keeping it very controlled.
The line looks good, just push it a bit further. Hold throttle a titch longer, brake a little harder. Push.
In watching the video I was thinking the same thing as Dom. How does anyone going from being midpack fast to front of the pack fast and I again think everyone is arriving at the same point. You have to push to find the edge. The example in the video that seems like the best opportunity is at the end of the long straight. The turn seems open enough that you could “maybe” not even use the brakes or use much less or at the very least stay on the gas longer. Keep trying to maintain the speed deeper into the turn.
Looks smooth and consistent, only thing I’d say is you seem to be back on the gas just after apexing? Try to get on it no later than apex, when your opening into a stretch of full gas try to get on the gas before the apex.
Being that wf is low horsepower, you need to back the corner up as said above, meaning brake sooner and power though the corner, once you start to do this, you will notice that the kart will handle better and you can tune it from there.
I agree with what everyone here is saying. brake earlier and get on the throttle earlier. There was a series of turns I couldn’t figure out at my track, and someone told me to just get on the throttle earlier. Its really that easy, get on the throttle at the apex, or aim to get on it before the apex. the kart will hook up and launch out of the corner at high revs