Scott Lear
Scott Lear
1/8/18 2:14 p.m.

Racing is a passion that most of us cram into the gaps of our real lives. Family, work and daily chores leave precious little time for strapping into a race car and hitting the gas. If we get a dozen days of pure wheel-to-wheel competition in a year, we consider ourselves lucky.

It’s no wonder that most amateur racers find themselves hitting a performance wall after a few years of practicing their craft. An observant racer may be able to pick up some speed by watching other competitors and analyzing in-car video and data. However, with just a few hours of track time per year and a honey-do list longer than a tech inspection sheet eating into post-race analysis time, it’s downright difficult to achieve any real breakthroughs without help. It’s time to bring in an expert.

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