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      08-15-2012, 12:54 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Gearhead999s View Post
From what I have seen is that most instructors tend to teach the traditional school conservative type lines not the more agressive type race lines that allow faster lap times.I teach the race type lines and to this point I have never had a great issue with students having a problem with doing this.If they want to be quick they will need to know this at some point and I feel it is safer to do this for both the student & instructor.
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I do the same, I teach the fast line from the get go. It is was most student want anyway. Further, this also forces them into learning more advance driving techniques earlier in the process (trail braking, throttle steering...).

As soon as they have caught onto the "line", I start working "off line" with them. I believe the better driver is the one who is able to make the best of whatever situation occurres, regardless of where he is positioned on the track at a given moment. It also makes for safer passing .

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