Pretty much confirms what we all know, but the amount of actual data they put in was pretty surprising. Very in depth analysis.
I think it would be worth going over again taking 4 different drivers who, for lack of a better term, specialize, in a specific technique, and compare their times.
He even points out why I wish paddle shifting weren't allowed in some racing series such as USCC and even IndyCar. I absolutely loved the challenge of finding when it was best to shift, and when it was best to leave it in the current gear because of the kind of turn coming up. It was pretty fantastic to see the differences in technique and timing, and how they were able to maximize their advantages.
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I love The SIMPIT. Has been quiet for a while now though.
Also I have a H-Pattern to become proficient with as I have no paddle shift option. All for immersion.