Racing requires 100% of your focus for a given time period. During that time the bad waitress last night doesn't matter, nor does something at work last week. What does matter is that you pilot your car as close to the limit of doom and danger as possible and bring it back safely.
Sometimes that limit is your mental ability to process the enormous amount of information occurring in the car at speed. Other times it is the car's limit to perform at a level necessary for you to beat the competition. However, new coaching technology can address all these and move you to a new limit.
Imagine how it would help, if 30 to 45 minutes after a test/run/qualifying, your cell phone rings and you get this report: "Not sure you noticed, but you did turn 8950 on one lap that run and the water temp is steadily climbing every lap, so keep a close eye on the engine. Next, your braking in Turn 1 is greatly improved and there may be a tiny bit left, but not critical, so let's work on another corner. Turn 6 braking is too soon. Do you have a deeper mark or can you shift your reference point to brake release rather than brake application? Also, it looks like the rears are far from locking up anywhere on the track so go ahead and dial some front brake out of it. Turn 4 still has moderate understeer and 6 & 8 heavy understeer so on the car let's change......."
This isn't science fiction. It is exactly what one racer experienced last weekend where he qualified 2nd fastest on his first time at that track. This is now possible by using Offsite-Data Services and the data acquisition system in your car. You can have this advantage, too, if you have an AiM, CDS, MoTeC, or Pi data system in your car and you can reach the Internet at your track via "air-card" in your laptop or cell phone interface.
For more information on how you can get this new coaching technology, call 505-890-8708 ext 201