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Heart Rate on LIVE STREAM during a Race
#11
(04-28-2018, 11:25 AM)Owen Pyrah Wrote:  Your position in the pack has a big impact on your defensiveness to be honest. I'm often towards the back or at least rarely on podium. If someone is catching with better pace than me I won't defend too much. Maybe cover the inside line but not worry too much. If they make a good pass I'll catch a tow from them. There's a good chance then you can follow them through the pack. Although they are in front, you may still be in a better position than if you'd defended to the last and slowed both you and them down.

Of course, if they are overly aggressive about it then rational thinking is out the window and you want to beat them at all cost ha. Also, if I'm on podium, or fighting for it, then I'm a lot more defensive and will actively cover the inside line when threatened. Or take late apexes to slow their entry momentum and gap them on the exit.

Also, I think car radar/helicorsa is far easier to use than the mirror when really close. If they aren't showing up in car radar, why worry!

think of a perfect racing scenario where you qualify in the order of speed and time. The faster cars are out front and unless there is a mistake , there won't be much passing, only staying in sync. After an incident or mistake, things change a bit.
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#12
Consitency in a race can vary a lot though, making some fast qualifiers slower over full race distance. Especially when the top ten are within a few tenths a lap of each other. Only takes a couple small mistakes to re-shuffle the pack and make qualifying irrelevant sometimes.

I think Vyacheslav found the reason why this might be by measuring his heart rate over a race and compared it to practice. Higher heart rate in race means there must be more tension or excitement or something. Neither are going to make you any faster. I reckon we'd all do better in the race if we stayed more relaxed, sweaty hands weren't slipping off the wheel and we weren't temporarily blind taking off shirts mid race ha. I know I've had races where my heart was pounding but I also know my lap times increased with my heart rate.

It was a good test Vyacheslav, thanks for taking the effort!
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#13
another race on SRO will be streamed tonight with Heart Rate live.
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#14
(05-01-2018, 02:25 PM)Vyacheslav Potapenko Wrote:  another race on SRO will be streamed tonight with Heart Rate live.

link to the LIVE stream w/ the heart rate please?
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#15
(05-01-2018, 03:30 PM)Michael Butler Wrote:  
(05-01-2018, 02:25 PM)Vyacheslav Potapenko Wrote:  another race on SRO will be streamed tonight with Heart Rate live.

link to the LIVE stream w/ the heart rate please?

here will be TV Camera: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGAEKL...HOk8a-nytg
here I'll stream form my on-board: https://www.twitch.tv/vyacheslav_potapenko
it starts 21:00 BST (stream will be LIVE 20min ahead)
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#16
(04-28-2018, 11:25 AM)Owen Pyrah Wrote:  Your position in the pack has a big impact on your defensiveness to be honest. I'm often towards the back or at least rarely on podium. If someone is catching with better pace than me I won't defend too much. Maybe cover the inside line but not worry too much. If they make a good pass I'll catch a tow from them. There's a good chance then you can follow them through the pack. Although they are in front, you may still be in a better position than if you'd defended to the last and slowed both you and them down.

Of course, if they are overly aggressive about it then rational thinking is out the window and you want to beat them at all cost ha. Also, if I'm on podium, or fighting for it, then I'm a lot more defensive and will actively cover the inside line when threatened. Or take late apexes to slow their entry momentum and gap them on the exit.

Also, I think car radar/helicorsa is far easier to use than the mirror when really close. If they aren't showing up in car radar, why worry!

I agree, KNOWING when to let someone pass or when to defend is key to great racing and getting to know driver's habits and speed is one thing i do.
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#17
Yep, if someone is 2s a lap faster than me then I won't defend at all unless it's the last lap because they will eventually get through and it's just going to cost you both time or possibly a collision.
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#18
(05-01-2018, 05:16 PM)Vyacheslav Potapenko Wrote:  
(05-01-2018, 03:30 PM)Michael Butler Wrote:  
(05-01-2018, 02:25 PM)Vyacheslav Potapenko Wrote:  another race on SRO will be streamed tonight with Heart Rate live.

link to the LIVE stream w/ the heart rate please?

here will be TV Camera: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGAEKL...HOk8a-nytg
here I'll stream form my on-board: https://www.twitch.tv/vyacheslav_potapenko
it starts 21:00 BST (stream will be LIVE 20min ahead)

Thank you, will try to watch...what is this AC app called "corners performance" and where can i get it?
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#19
Quote:Thank you, will try to watch...what is this AC app called "corners performance" and where can i get it?
That app created by me. You can get it here: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads...ysis.1394/
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#20
(05-01-2018, 06:25 PM)Vyacheslav Potapenko Wrote:  
Quote:Thank you, will try to watch...what is this AC app called "corners performance" and where can i get it?
That app created by me. You can get it here: https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads...ysis.1394/

You are awesome ~!!! Thank you so much for the app.
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