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It's all about going fast. AskMen sat down with team Mazda and got to see first hand how a racecar driver thinks. We spoke to teammates Joel Miller and Tristan Nunez about fear, racing, and the zone, and got to see them in action at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Our interviews took us through more twists and turns than the famous Mazda Raceway corkscrew, and we got to know a little bit more about the men behind the cars. So buckle up and get ready for a ride.
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30 on the 22nd of july and i am still trying to get into it.. i would honestly love to go to the gym all the time and race... i ended up getting a driving job driving all the new cars just to drive and i was getting paid for it... a bonus...... i love driving its the best thing i look forward to every day...
I have a full blown iRacing sim rig. I ran the 24 Hours at Daytona on iRacing in 2016. I was 7 and had to quit the race 2 Hours in. The force feed back made my arms ache for a month. I sat in that sim for 2 hours diving right and left to make it past a wreck. I ran the race in 2017 and then I quit 10 Hours in. I ran 2018 and spun it within the 21st hour. I was running not close to the front at all in 2017 or 2018. But I was running 3rd in the 24 Hour race in 2016 I was acing my shifts and all. I then started to get dehydrated and tired. The next day I couldn't go to school. I was very achy and couldn't write. The FFB (FOrce Feed Back) Was at 100. I hated the training I did before the 2017 one. I worked out every afternoon after school and went to my mom's workout class. Now I will try and take it to Victory in 2019. Also if you are good at racing but can't get a ride, mow A LOT of lawns. It took me a whole year of Lawn Mowing to get myself a Go-Kart. I now have 2 wins and a championship at my local track. I sat on the pole 12 times.
Been drag racing since I was 8 years old and it is my passion. I am pursuing racing professionally. One day I hope to make it versus racing as a hobby. I have what it takes, won many championships and now it's time for the real battle to start.
For everyone who wants to race and think they got it, it takes a lot more than nailing the throttle to be a championship driver, but never give up!
Jack dekock it's LeMans actually, Rolex is just a massive racing sponsor due to the sheer amount of riches inside of racing. But best of luck to you, there is nothing like going 180 mph down a track and then whipping around a corner accelerating back up to that speed almost instantly. Racing is a truly special sport, don't let anyone stop you.
ok ppl i have been racing sens i was yong i am jast now geting in to drit modifeds more then liky i will stay there sprents are why too much mony but if you want race for living strt in karts or same thing liek that and hop you get sopted good luck evry one
this is my dream im 12 i know a lot about cars this has been my dream ever sence i was 3 literally all i have to do is learn to drive so whean im 15 or 16 im ready and also how to modify my car (not like a ricer )
don't let that stop you! i started at 8 years old and it is very cheap to get into and if like in my case you show dedication and win lots of championships that might be enough to get you into the big leagues
im 20 years old. all ive ever wanted to do was race. drag race, auto cross, rally, i love cars. i love being behind the wheel.
but myself and my family have never had the funds to let me be a professional driver, nor have i ever had the connections.
i really dont want to become one of those middle aged guys with a rusting, aging modified or sprint car sitting in the back yard though.
hopefully one day i guess.
I just turned 19, going to college to be an automotive designer, and I'll use that money to get something going. For me it all started with gran turismo. Those pro racers have every dream car they wanted, we're all gonna get there, just find ways to make it work,
I'm a 16 year old race car driver from Pennsylvania. I am a micro sprint racer. I get nothing handed to me, I work my ass off for everything, I find ways to cut costs to put that money into racing, I do my own work on the car and I find my own sponsorship. And I'm told by so many older and professional drivers that you have to keep digging. No matter what, never give up and just keep digging. So if I have one piece of advice, it is just that. Keep digging and never give up, and you'll get there, my friend. Also I recommend checking out the YouTube channel Enzo mucci, he has a show called the race driver coach show, and it has taught me so much about how to do things in racing.
Very few people really understand motorsport. The average person thinks because they drive from A to B for 20 years that somehow they know what they're talking about and dismiss motorsport people as crazy but they really have no idea how little they know and how childish it is to just dismiss it as crazy when they have no idea what they're talking about.
None of you guys are too young if you are over 8 years old! i am a championship drag racer and I have been racing since i was 8 years old. Never stop pursuing your dream, i didn't and i am moving up to the big leagues
+Pedro Antunes Me too, Only I am From UK, I do sim racing at the min, and got a seat for international kart team. I wish you the best of luck pedro, and if you work hard, you will make it, But there will be alot of negativity on your journey.
+Pedro Antunes always work hard and it doesnt matter what people says if that s what you really want you need to follow that dream, in racing you will need not only the money but also the actitudes and the aptitudes to get it and lots of trainning, sometimes you think its easy to be in the track but the reality is a way big different
FA wtf is your problem? let him dream what he wants! hes not talking about joining F1, you dont have to start at 5 years old to be good.. what if i told you you could never become what you want because of your age?
@McKenna Bold you say cheap but to a 17 year old working as a lifeguard making minimum wage it is unreachable. I made $2,000 this summer and I worked a LOT of hours. With school, my dad not really willing to spend money, the little money I have, it's pretty much impossible. How am I supposed to get into drag racing and continue racing with only $2,000?. I have a miata but that spec is so competitive a dude like me with no training has no chance against 40 year old dudes who've been racing for 20-30 years. It's been my dream and I'd still like to believe but honestly the only way to make it is to be born into it.
for me, my dad has been racing since the 70's and i got into it very young and started racing when i was 8 and showed lots of dedication which got me many championships and enough to keep moving up the ranks. If you are 8-18 in drag racing it is cheap to start out!
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