In our first three segments we discussed identifying Understeer / Oversteer and how to fix the problem.
Now comes the tough part: You’re in the race and the car still isn’t handling the way you want. So how do you deal with it to get the best finish?
In our latest video, our panel of expert drivers - including two-time Le Mans winner Alex Wurz, factory Ford GT driver Joey Hand and ex F1 ace Rubens Barrichello - explain how to adapt your driving style to suit the car.
Race Car Set up
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- Understeer/Oversteer 1: What’s faster?
- Understeer/Oversteer 2: Mistaking One For Other
- Understeer/Oversteer 3: Balancing the Car
- Understeer/Oversteer 4: Driving Around Problem
- Engineering the Race Car – Jim Hall
- Car Set Up 1: Camber, Castor, Toe, Ackerman
- Car Set Up 2: Springs, Shocks, Roll Bars
- Car Set Up 3: Ride Height, Rake, Weight Jackers
- Learning Car Setup on a Simulator
- Race Engineering and Design – John Heinricy
- Becoming a Race Engineer
- Data Acquisition: Using Telemetry for Speed
- Delivering the Power: Engineering the Motor
- Formula 1 Testing – Felipe Massa
- Get a Grip: How to Drive at the Limit
- How To Win With Race Car Technology
- Driver vs Engineer: Developing a Relationship
- Tuning Shocks/Dampers For Speed – Part One: How They Work
- Tuning Shocks/Dampers for Speed – Part Two: On-Track Testing