Wherever you are in your racing career, there is always more to get out of yourself and the car.
Our team of FIA-certified of racing expert instructors lay out personally effective frameworks which cover more than just the following techniques:
1. Learn basic and advanced driving techniques
2. Preparing for on-track and off-track situations that affect the car and your ability to drive it successfully
3. Understanding Car Set Up and effects on handling
4. Understanding the car’s behavior
5. Pre-Race Prep
6. Race Day Prep
7. Data Analysis and interpretation of on-track data, and how to use it to your advantage. There is a ton of info out there, but much of it is useless).
8. Competing to Win
Our goal is simple: to provide guidance, support, and training to racing drivers of all levels. We create unique and custom-built training programmes and flexible schedules for each client based on current level and future aspirations.
And we go beyond racecraft.. When the pressure is on, can you deliver?
Learn from our pool of mentally strong and seasoned professional drivers about how they dealt with the pressures of racing. Let them help you gain the mental strength you need to be prepared to get the best from your situations, however normal or bizarre they may be.
You set fast times when there is nothing to lose, but when it’s time to go, and you have two laps to qualify on new tires, can you perform?
Your mental aptitude has everything to do with it. When the pressure is on, can you deliver?
Are you thinking about the right things?
Are you relaxed?
This is the “zone” that so many racing drivers refer to, and it is a talent that can be formed and improved with the right teacher. By learning your personality traits and characteristics, MOMA experts will teach you how to get the best out of yourself when it’s go time.
Our mental training topics will include, but are not limited to:
• Emotional and psychological preparation
• Creating adrenaline
• How to deal with qualifying and race day stress and pressure
• How to deal with abnormal or critical situations
• Affective and controllable imagery
• Focus and distraction control
• Realistic performance evaluation and attribution
• Role clarity and commitment
• Planning and organization
• Goal setting and self-reinforcement
• Quality practice