ThisIsBracketRacing.com Releases New Instructional Video: Finish Line Technique
Carterville, IL: ThisIsBracketRacing.com, the original online driving school for sportsman drag racing, is proud to release the latest in a series of brief instructional videos. TIBR Video Tutorial #4, presented by Auto Meter Products is a 13-minute lesson on finish line technique hosted by 2-time NHRA world champion Luke Bogacki. Within the video, which is filled with real on-track action, Bogacki details and demonstrates the methods and techniques that he employs personally. Luke emphasizes the idea of relating time to distance, judging closure rates, and what he’s physically looking at as he approaches the finish line. He demonstrates his ideas both as the faster car and slower car, with on-track demonstrations from each.
“This video is my favorite among the 4 instructional videos currently available on ThisIsBracketRacing.com,” claimed Bogacki. “The initial 3-video set was pretty basic, fundamental stuff. In the Finish Line Technique video, we get a little bit more in-depth. I think that the information we present can help racers of all backgrounds and levels of experience – plus the on-track footage is really well done and fun to watch.”
The Finish Line Technique lesson is the fourth Video Tutorial presented by ThisIsBracketRacing.com in 2015. Previous video topics include: The Math of Drag Racing, The Importance of Staging, and Introducing Three Basic Finish Line Strategies. Each video tutorial is available for individual purchase through the website at the low price of $12. All videos can be accessed online exclusively (sorry, no DVD sales). In addition to video content, ThisIsBracketRacing.com also houses written tutorial columns covering all facets of sportsman drag racing. Written tutorial columns are available individually for just $5 each, and several multiple tutorials packages are also available.
Check out the 1-minute preview for Video Tutorial #4 HERE
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