So we’ve probably all tried to read the manual that comes with our data logger. You’ve probably also read a book or two (hopefully you’ve check out the great bibliography that Peter Krause put together here). And since your reading this, you’ve probably read a number of feature articles here.
It’s time we get back on track with the blog and keep learning from our data. One thing lots of people say (which works really well) is to get someone faster in your car to see what they are doing. This works great when there is a pro, or even data from someone quicker than you in a similar car to share data with. By having their data, you can see where their inputs (throttle, steering, and brake) are different. With the help of GPS, we can even look at line differences.
Here is a collection of articles from some of the best professional coaches, drivers, and data engineers.