Samir Allen Farhoumand Offers His Top 6 Car Racing Tips

Monday, April 25, 2022, 10:40 AM

Samir Allen Farhoumand recently offered his top six car racing tips for success.

JACKSONVILLE, FL / APRIL 25, 2022 / Samir Allen Farhoumand is a race car mechanic and car racing enthusiast. You can often find him at Daytona International Speedway cheering for the world’s best car racers. Farhoumand recently discussed six tips for car racing success. 

“It doesn’t matter if you’re racing in a local league or nationally, many of the same racing tips apply,” Farhoumand said. “There’s no better feeling than standing on the podium at the end of an intense day of racing.”

Know the Course

Samir Allen Farhoumand explained that winning a race begins long before arriving at the track. He suggested that racers study a track’s breaking points, anticipate multiple possible scenarios, and learn the road’s texture. Studying the course prepares racers for success. 

Look Where You Want to Go

Many athletes know that where the eyes look, the body goes. This concept applies to racing too. Drivers must focus on the course ahead instead of fellow drivers. Looking ahead allows the driver to make superior decisions regarding using the brakes, maneuvering the vehicle, and predicting the moves of other drivers. 

Experts suggest racers drive two car lengths ahead of where they are. 

Keep Excellent Posture

Posture has a lot to do with car racing success. A driver must be comfortable with plenty of back support. He should remember to lean back against the seat with a firm grip on the steering wheel. Hands should be symmetrical on the wheel at 3 and 9 o’clock rather than 2 and 10 o’clock. 

Steer Efficiently

A driver must be intentional with each movement of the wheel. Turns should be deliberate, as the slightest hiccup can slow momentum and cost time. 

Make Smooth Movements

Samir Allen Farhoumand expressed the importance of making smooth movements and focusing on what the car does. The best racer is careful not to throw off the balance of the racecar. Smooth does not mean slow, as smooth racing actually makes the car move faster.

Brake Later

Racecar drivers do not need to take their foot off the gas and coast before braking. That’s a common habit for everyday drivers that often can hinder drivers when they take their skills to the racetrack. Drivers should be aware of any marks on the track that signal when a driver should begin braking. These marks are often a lot later than drivers assume.

About Samir Allen Farhoumand and Racing

Samir Allen Farhoumand has been a racecar enthusiast since day one. His passion for vehicles and the Daytona International Speedway led him to pursue a career as a racecar mechanic. Fellow racing enthusiasts shouldn’t be surprised to see him at local Florida race tracks, including Daytona. 

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