Consistent performance under pressure is key to your racing success and it's attainable
through brain power!
The most successful racing drivers understand their brain, mental skills and mindset in the same intricate way a race engineer understands the detailed setup of their car or motorcycle. Many racing drivers fail to achieve their full potential because they don't have enough insight into their own psychological and brain processing limitations. Therefore, they don't assess, analyse and fine-tune their mental performance.
Racing performance is limited and determined by your brain processing capacity. If not sufficient brain capacity is available, you will either:
a) slow down or
b) make errors.
To avoid either, you need to increase your brain processing capacity! Most racing drivers don't have enough processing capacity naturally, without learning specific tools and strategies to increase their information processing abilities for high speed performance on track.
The first step is to assess your mental fitness and gain a laser sharp understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, how you concentrate, make decisions, control emotions, interact with others, and most importantly, how you perform under pressure.
Armed with this data and the insight it provides for the development of interventions, you will be able to consistently perform at your best, even under pressure.