Correct driving technique consists of many aspects involving the control of the car and the optimum line through a corner. A small error in any of these aspects can have a serious effect on the performance of the car, and cost a great deal in terms of lap time, consistency and tyre wear.

Fortunately, to an instructor of the calibre of John Stevens, these small errors are quite obvious and can be cleared up quickly and easily. The effect on the car is dramatic, and once you have felt how much better the car reacts and handles, there will be no temptation to return to a less precise method of driving.

The improvement will stay with you for as long as you continue to employ the correct technique, though many drivers find benefit in coming back for 'refresher' courses as their careers progress.


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