COACHING

On the circuit, on board of a single-seater or a GT. The personal trainer prepares you for the track and makes you improve. For a whole race weekend or, in view of an upcoming competition, with a day of intensive training. Objective: lead you to the podium.

TESTING


It starts with all the technical information on the circuit, to start knowing it or reviewing the references in case you have already tested it. The coach reveals the secrets of the car and shows you the best driving style and tactics on the approach to the competition. With GT, it provides you with "demo-lap" - him driving, you on the side - and then the "live" instructions - you driving and him next -. He follows you by radio when on a single-seater. Each session on the track is alternated with the comparison of telemetric data and with the analysis of on-board video.

RACING WEEKEND


Free practice, qualifications, race. A weekend of preparation and competitions. Each session on the track is alternated with the comparison of telemetric data and with the analysis of on-board video. From Thursday to Sunday the coach will support you (on board or remotely if you drive a GT, via radio if you drive a single-seater). At the beginning he gives you preventive instructions to avoid mistakes; then he corrects you, subsequent to any errors. Finally, his presence becomes silent. The goal is you to give always the best, on your own. You will see the result at the end of the race.

The coach warms up the car and then performs one or more laps to acquire the reference telemetry data essential for a comparative analysis. Demo-lap session: tutor driving and student beside. The tutor proceeds with a demonstrative lap, explaining the track and its braking references, the racing lines, the critical and dangerous points ... Then it’s time to swap places. The instructor anticipates every crucial point with precise indications, then observes in silence and intervenes to correct only possible inaccuracies. At the end of each driving session, a discussion on video and telemetry data is held. If necessary demonstration sessions are repeated. At this point, the preparation is complete and the pilot is ready to give the best of himself.

The coach follows the pupil from the box or from the edge of the track, via radio. It provides technical indications on the set-up and on the driving, observes the opponents ahead of the race. At the end of each session proceeds with the analysis of the videos and data comparing them with those of reference and with the results of the other competitors. Car, driving, circuit. The pilot is prepared on everything. He just has to prove it.

The coach warms up the car and then performs one or more laps to acquire the reference telemetry data essential for a comparative analysis. Demo-lap session: tutor driving and student beside. The tutor proceeds with a demonstrative lap, explaining the track and its braking references, the racing lines, the critical and dangerous points ... Then it’s time to swap places. The instructor anticipates every crucial point with precise indications, then observes in silence and intervenes to correct only possible inaccuracies. At the end of each driving session, a discussion on video and telemetry data is held. If necessary demonstration sessions are repeated. At this point, the preparation is complete and the pilot is ready to give the best of himself.

The coach follows the pupil from the box or from the edge of the track, via radio. It provides technical indications on the set-up and on the driving, observes the opponents ahead of the race. At the end of each session proceeds with the analysis of the videos and data comparing them with those of reference and with the results of the other competitors. Car, driving, circuit. The pilot is prepared on everything. He just has to prove it.

TELEMETRY


Telemetry is essential for the car set up and to get the most out of the driver's driving style. The engineer analyses the functioning of the mechanics (engine, transmission, differential...) and the vehicle’s dynamics (longitudinal and lateral accelerations, rolling, pitching, speed, aero balance...).

The tutor analyses the performance (steering, brake, accelerator, traction control, speed, gear, abs), compares the data with the reference lap and discuss them with the pilot to deepen areas of improvement and bring it to reach the best performance.