BPS manifesto for Formula 1

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Whilst indulging in our regular Friday treat of fish and chips, Team BPS often has whatever Friday practice session is running on the TV. When a grand prix weekend provides us with our lunchtime entertainment, it is usually accompanied by some light-hearted debate about the future of the top rank of “our” sport. Our team… Read more »

Virtual racing – blurring the racing lines

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By Matt Hunter of The Online Racing Association (TORA). Back in January I was asked by a member of the motorsport industry what the value of ‘virtual motorsport’ really was. It’s an interesting question and one which has gained a lot of momentum in recent years. My first ever recollection of a top level driver… Read more »

Driver coaching, the new way

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I am fairly new to driver coaching, but have been racing myself since 2008. I am happy to announce that I am Lamborghini Super Trofeo Am World Champion after winning all 4 races out in Malaysia, Sepang in November. I owe a lot of my success to winning the world championship from being able to… Read more »

Simulation for young drivers

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Unlike most racers at the level I’m at, I didn’t start karting until I was 16, which is 8 years later than many of my competitors. Once I made the switch to cars, starting with Formula Renault, I began to use simulators to supplement my testing programme before a race. Using a simulator makes such… Read more »