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i like your post.
This doesn’t really apply to the vid, but one thing I heard a reference to was a pace lap before going all out. This really never happens at a track night event, but would be a really good policy. In my case my tires need a full lap to come up to temp. They are very sketchy for the first lap and I typically have people riding my bumper and wanting to pass on the second or third corner. My car doesn’t have stability control so the tire temp is really critical for a safe and fun lap.
The TNiA events at Blackhawk Farms (Illinois) have done paced laps for the first Novice session. It is really helpful in learning the course, where the corner workers are, and how speed affects braking points.
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