Now that definitely gives me a big boost of confidence going into the weekend.
I believe my biggest weakness is not getting on the limit of the tires and my ability quick enough, consistently. Thus leaving time on the table. I am working on corner entry sacrifice or alteration for exit success. This I am starting to find now has to do with the balance throttle/applicator throttle-unlock wheel stage. Which of course can be helped or hindered by entry speed, type, And the corner’ s dynamics.
I know I am super green in the sport in all manners but I want to succeed. I guess this will be a problem that will be one learned by a bit more seat time. Or study the physics of a kart on track to give more confidence when carrying more speed thru a corner or using strips to brake to have an extra foot of track to add to my turn in.
This leads to my next observation which is picking the right area to work on session to session, weekend to weekend so as to be able to track what improves my result. Set that as the new program and work from there towards further improvement by tweaking the next factor we deem necessary to get that next chunk of time. (Basically starting the process over again)
Do I start at-
- Sector 1
- Line in general
- Adjust how I acclimate to the track during first couole Laps out