Pfaff Automotive invited me to Mosport for a track day… in one of their day-lease Porsches. Yes please!
It was my 2nd track time ever, bit spoiled huh, because here I go around in a Porsche Cayman.
Learned how executing a proper corner feels…. effortless?! Huh.
And did you know you can steer the car using only the throttle? I did that once… accidentally.
That’s Brad Meise of Apex Driver Training you hear coaching me; thanks Brad! Liked your style: precise and non-stop.
My mistakes: I brake way too late, and enter the corners with too much aggression :|
That’s the thing though: so what I can fly around with a Brad in the passenger seat.
How about when it’s just me, and there’s no cones around the track to guide me, now add the pressure of competing in a race…
You can do this too.
Day-lease a Porsche or Audi from Pfaff and spend the day driving the above track, with coaching if you’d like it.
All information found here: Pfaff Track Days
A Porsche 911 is $1,699 +HST for the day rental at the track, and the other vehicles available are the Porsche Cayman, the Audi TTS and Audi S5.
Or track your own car.
That’s $449.00+HST for the DDT Track this 2014 season with the use of your own vehicle. Because the goal is not to learn how to go faster, but to better understand the physics behind driving.
And that’s what I wrote about for that week’s ‘Keri on Driving’ column.
Read it online at Autonet.
It’s best to explore the limits of your car in a contained environment instead of a real life situation. This way, when your car gets away from you and starts to drift down an icy on-ramp, for instance, it’s not the first time you’re experiencing how that feels.
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