“I’ve always said that racing is ninth grade math, with drivers using geometry and playing connect the dots, engineers and mechanics using computers and countless tools to measure everything precisely.

Measurements to the millimeter, aerodynamics even more precise… It’s all numbers. As are the amount of hours a team puts into preparing a car.

For a driver in Pirelli World Challenge, a race weekend consists of usually two 50-minute races, with about an hour of practice and test time.”

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