PROPER TECHNIQUES FOR BRAKING ON TRACK

Mastering the proper technique for braking on track is essential for maximizing performance, especially during HPDE sessions or track days. It is during deceleration that drivers experience the highest G-forces, making braking the most influential force exerted on a track car. Mastery of braking not only ensures safety but also significantly impacts lap times.

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