but proper technique takes a while to be acquired/ developed...
so for a rookie..their best defense is actually their own car...
bacause..... assuming their skill level is @ zero (no offense to anyone, just drawing a reference)
the only assistance would be
*KRONIK* wrote:1) tyre compound and treadwear
2) inflation (over or under)
3) width of tyre
4) camber and alignment
6) sidewall contact with tarmac which will encompass all the above
7) stiffness of suspension
and i am saying this based on advice from seasoned dex drivers,
when i ran @ dex the first couple times (years ago)
i used to have one of the more experienced dex persons go with me to point out the areas i need to work on (in terms of accelleration and braking)and also to show me where the car itself was lacking.... and how not to mash up a good set of tyres by setting ur car up right and driving with a certain amount of discipline....learning the thresholds for your car and keeping it within it limits...