It's difficult to quantify - that's why I had to resort to a vague term like vibe. I think it would be a combination of how relaxed a driver looks, how determined, how accurate... and I gues you pick tose up from body language.
Friday, March 26, 2010
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Hi Terence, I'm planning to buy a kart, what kart do you think is good to start with? And which one make more successful driver?
It depends on your class, location and budget.
Wednesday, March 03, 2010
Hi Terence, i have recently purchased an E-box for my Mychron 4 after reading an article of yours regarding data collection. Which speed sensor would you recommend we purchase with it, i.e. front or rear, and whats the difference. Cheers James
I find the rear speed sensor is perfectly adequate, but the front wheel speed sensor can be better because it eliminates the effects of locking the rear brake.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Hi Terence, what is the rule for increasing grip generally on both ends of the kart? do i increase or decrease the width between the tires?
The genearl rule would be to increase the width at the front, and decrease it at the rear. Its never so simple as that so go out and try lots of settings.
Hi Terence, I started karting a year ago and keep hurting my ribs. How can I avoid rib damage? I was now advised to drive without protectors, claiming that they push the driver out of the seat and reducing the feel for the kart causing part of the trouble
Not to wear a rib protector to me is pretty crazy!
There is a new one designed so that you can maintain your feel for the kart by Iztech. Write to email@example.com