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Before you ever put a tire on course, make sure you are comfortable in the car with your arms and legs slightly bent and a slight bend to the knee with the clutch pedal fully depressed. Belts should be tight to hold you in the car. A good driver caresses the wheel instead of using the death grip that is tiring and will interfere with feedback from the car. Proper vision means looking where you want the car to be, not where you are.