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  1. How to Use Sim Racing Telemetry to Improve Your Performance

    Sim racing telemetry is a powerful tool that allows drivers to delve deep into their performance data, providing valuable insights to enhance lap times and overall racecraft. In this blog, we'll explore what telemetry data is, how to access it in sim racing games, and most importantly, how to analyze it effectively to fine-tune your skills and dominate the track.

  2. How to trail brake

    Trail braking is a vital part of racing. The technique is used in racing and high-performance driving that offers several benefits. Here's how you can apply it in your own racing. 

    Lamborghini Super Trofeo
  3. How to get better at sim racing: A 10-Step Guide to Achieving Faster Lap Times

    Welcome to our in depth guide to becoming a faster and more skilled sim racer. Whether you're a beginner looking to establish a solid foundation or an experienced racer seeking to refine your technique, we've got you covered. In this guide, we'll take you through a step-by-step process, starting from mastering the basics and progressing to advanced strategies. From car control and racing lines to data analysis and mental preparation, we'll explore every aspect of becoming a top-notch sim racer. So, fasten your seatbelt, prepare to dive into the world of racing, and let's begin our journey towards speed and precision.

    Huracan EVO II Monza 9
  4. How to become a pro sim racer

    Sim racing has gained immense popularity, allowing enthusiasts to experience the thrill of motorsports from the comfort of their homes. This comprehensive guide will provide valuable insights and tips to help you embark on your journey towards becoming a skilled sim racer, regardless of your current level of expertise. Are you dreaming of taking your skills to a professional stage? Get started

  5. Trail braking 101

    Corner entry is probably one of the most important parts of any track. Get one corner entry wrong and you might end up ruining several following corners altogether. Why? Because it determines for a great part how you’ll go through the corner. Meaning when you’ll hit your apex and, also importantly, when and where you’ll exit.