Apology accepted mate, at least by me. Word of advice, if you want to do silly things like that, keep it to yourself
I bet he remembers more than he's forgotten!Stirling Moss. That guy is just about the greatest I have ever seen. Even after his accident and years later, he has forgotten more about driving at speed than I will ever know.
Not as easy as it looks is it. As with the track day lessons, you learn things that you never knew. Those trees still go past at the same speed though!I did an advanced driving course through work with the local Police a few years ago, driving up to 100mph along country lanes, blues on, had to try call out hazards and commands, too much for me, needless to say I failed it lol.
Why not just take a fiesta around the track then? Surely you could learn how to turn corners in 1 of those or would it just be to slow? I thought racing was all about the speed, because thats what all this leads too...It's not always about the speed.
As do most people. But ask yourself a question. Why do the fastest F1 cars not always win the race? Those timed the fastest in the speed traps do not always finish the lap the quickest. If you want straight line speed, it has to be drag racing.I thought racing was all about the speed, because thats what all this leads too...