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best way to approach training  

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last night we did paul richard.

I trained alot for that track, but during the race I was nowhere, nothing good .

at a point during my training i did 28+ laps all within 0.7 sec of each other ( no hotlap ) just a practice session. so i thought i was prepaired.
I got surprised by the green status of the track and the low temps. So i couldnt get my tyres to work. they stayed cold and I was sliding all over the place.

I do not have the time to practice every track under every condition. So what is the best way to still get a decent training?

how do you guys do it?


Posted : 26/05/2020 5:34 pm
Peter Daas
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well, maybe u should record the temp of the air/track at one session SP, do another session with an offset in temps and compare the psi’s. i think you will find a linear relation (say 1deg.C = 0.1psi). That way u start with a decent first setup based on the temp difference from an earlier setup. hope u will understand what i mean 🙂

Posted : 17/06/2020 5:46 pm