Originally Posted by radiantm3
In my experience, cars you'd expect to be faster at the track but are easy to keep up with or pass are usually driven by slow drivers. I think driver skill really supersedes a cars performance when it comes to beginning/amateur drivers.
Originally Posted by Estoril Blue
Once seated and ready to pit out - slide your seat back about 5 seconds. Ensure lap belt is snug. Then hook your left thumb under the upper seat belt and pull to lock the cam. Then adjust your seat 5 seconds forward. The upper belt should pin you into the seat back.
Use a different number of seconds to make it tighter or looser.
This is what I do too (but, I recline the backrest also, before pulling the belt to lock the cam), and I'm locked into the seat nice & tight. Lots of footages in my track videos will attest to many oversteer/oh sh*t moments, but with me strapped in tight, no problem of being out of position with respect to the steering wheel during those dynamic moments.