Originally Posted by LiM3y
I am not sure if this is exaggerated in a P-car with the rear engine, but he was saying lift off smoothly so as not to let the weight shift off the front wheels jerkily when you are about to turn in just after (or trail) braking. He suggested moving off 9-3-1-0 (10 is locked up) rather than 9-0!
VIR is awesome. It's funny hearing somebody talk about the kink on the front straight like it's a turn, lol. More powah = more puckah
That's how you drive a Spec Racer Ford too. Several SRF racers told me you can't trail brake an SRF when I bought mine but it's not true, you just can't be stupid about it.