You roll down the windows and wear a helmet when you take your car to the track.
(The actual track I was on)Driving strategy hinges on this constraint: a car can accelerate quickest when it is not turning.
Then you turn and (more slowly) accelerate at just the right pace such that you’re gently skidding, but still in control.
Until you can see the next point on the next turn that you full-accelerate straight towards.
Intuitively, it seems like there would be some smooth, efficient, graceful path, but that’s the slower way.

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