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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Speed Secrets 2: More Professional Race Driving Techniques (Taschenbuch)Ross Bentley has written one of the best introductions to the craft of driving a racing car. His first book Speed Secrets: Professional Race Driving Techniques is almost a must-read for anybody who has interest in driving a car at the limit (whether these are real cars or virtual cars in computer games). But Ross Bentley did not stop after his first book. If his first book was mainly about the manifest ways of handling a car, his second book Inner Speed Secrets: Mental Strategies to Maximize Your Racing Performance: Race Driving Skills, Techniques and Strategies is about the kind of attitude that is behind becoming a successful racing driver. It looks at the (sometimes rather trivially presented folk) psychology that promises to program you to be a better driver.
The present book recycles and marginally extends the material of the first two books. Its recaps the mental programming techniques, and then again looks at turning corners. There is little new material here for those who have read the first two books diligently, but the material is so condensed and selectively presented that nobody without some prior knowledge (from either the precursor books or from elsewhere) will gain much from reading this book. Not that there is much to be gained. The speed secrets this time boil down to such deep remarks as "Have fun!" (#5) or "Practice - everyday - being aware" (#14). The final chapter of the book presents case studies in which Ross Bentley describes how he has coached various types of drivers. These studies, though, are little else than a rephrasing of what has been said before, so they are rather redundant.
Judging from the present book, there is not so much more to say about driving at the limit than what has been said in Ross Bentleys first two books (about technique and attitude). Probably, you are better off spending time and money on the racing track rather than on this book. If, however, you feel that you must profit from the little that is new in this book, do. It is worth skimming through, and the self-coaching questions in appendix B are indeed a useful check for your next training session.