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DRIVER OF THE MONTH APRIL 2020 – Ken Houseal

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AutoX & Teen driving schools in the New England, NJ, PA & MD area

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SAVING TIME – AN AUTOCROSSER’S BLOG Dedicated to the Art and Science of Autocross Racing

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By Anthony “Mario” Crea

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By Anthony “Mario” Crea The middle class. The term has been a bastion of hope for untold numbers of oppressed humans ranging from 18th century Europeans all the way to postwar Americans. Unfortunately, this dream of being considered more in life than a plebeian or peon is fading. Indeed, the middle class is shrinking and weakening; at the very least, being able to live comfortably is more difficult than it has ever been, and it doesn’t take someone with an MBA to realize this. This isn’t an imaginary issue… Such sentiment was recently addressed in April, 2019 by columnist Brett

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By Anthony “Mario” Crea Homer (the poet, not the Simpson) was right all along… There is no substitute for the original. Odysseus’ wife, Penelope, knew this throughout The Odyssey. She resisted suitor after suitor until her true love reclaimed his home.

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Get LIFETIME access to The Complete Autocrosser’s Manual Imagine you have been autocrossing for 6 months or a year. You go to each event full of enthusiasm and have a great time, but are in awe of how much faster the top drivers are. You ride in the car with one of them for a run, but it is all just a blur. You have absolutely no idea how you could go that fast. Or imagine you have been autocrossing for a few years. You made steady progress for a while, but you sense that your progress has stagnated. You tell yourself that

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When it comes to figuring out the racing line, we often hear conflicting advice. We hear autocrossers preach the mantra of cutting distance above all else, while track drivers, as well as most racing education material, talk about using “all of the track” to carry more speed. Who is right? Are the rules different for autocross and track driving? Read Article

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