- Category: IndyCar
- Published on Friday, 05 November 2010 17:08
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Like any other sport, car racing also needs practice. The upper most things in the mind of the car racing driver would be consistency at pre-race as also during race routines. Like for an athlete it is only preparation for the competition that helps the driver win and hence having regular car racing routines are a must. It is also very important for the driver to have realistic goals. They can make it as challenging as possible and strive to achieve it too. These goals should be set in discussion with the other team member and preferably be broken up into short-term and long terms goals.
Then achieving them would be much easier. Of course car racing is an adrenaline pumping sport and almost no car racing driver would have a problem “pumping up his adrenaline”. But what is more important is to learn to control this adrenaline rush and utilize the additional energy to get to the winning line. While it is important to be all pumped up when you are behind the wheels, it is also important to learn how to relax yet focus and concentrate on your goal. A good car racing driver will make consistently wise decisions and come winning through “clutch” situations.