The world of motorsport is complex, unforgiving and a difficult one to master. Learn how to get a foot in the door with Starting on Pole and begin the career of your dreams.
You'll discover what motorsport is really like from the inside and take steps now to get yourself to the frontline of the industry. Covered in this book are the do's and don'ts of surviving in the motorsport sector. You'll learn tricks and tips that will help you thrive, and all those little secrets that you can't learn in any other textbook.
Author Derek Daly drew on his time as an F1 driver and broadcast television announcer to break down how and why the best drivers win consistently, on any team or track. Race to Win explains how and why legends like Sebastian Vettel, Jimmie Johnson, Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Mario Andretti maintained their dominance. This new edition has been updated with material on current drivers and new techniques. The book provides insight on race drivers and valuable coaching tools for upcoming drivers, team owners, managers or anyone who wants to excel in sport or life.
Carroll tells you all you need to know about vehicle dynamics with easy-to-find chapters and lots of helpful illustrations.
After years of working with some of the greatest drivers in the world, Carroll explains how the best use their car to greater effect than the rest.
Professor Smith's first paperback hit (with over 100,000 copies sold) has become the mechanic's and engineer's bible.
In his highly acclaimed guide-book, Carroll explains all the auto racer needs to know about materials technology—what to use and how to use it so it won't break.
THE comprehensive text explaining what nuts, bolts, and fasteners to use, and for what purpose, when building and plumbing a race car.
Once your team has read the rest, this laminated pocket book is a great summary for every racing engineer to have at the track.
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"Making Sense of Squiggly Lines" lays the foundation of knowledge required to analyze the data recorded on a race car. Its simple approach is perfect for beginners, while the author's meticulous attention to the details and pitfals of data will improve even the experienced engineer.