In Advanced RCT Level Two, we take the student to the race car and work with the parts and pieces we learned about in Level One. We will be actually setting up a race car from start to finish. And we will be working in a logical order to make things easier. When you finish this course, you will be able to setup a race car.
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This course takes you to a higher level of knowledge building on the knowledge gained in RCT Level One and teaches you how to work with the parts of the race car, just like you would as a race team member. The information represents the most advanced explanations and methods you can use in today's racing.
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Here is the Table of Contents RCT Level Two...
Lesson 1 - Goals of Advanced Race Car Technology Level Two: To The Race Car
Lesson 2 – General Condition Of The Race Car
Lesson 3 – Ride Heights - Documentations
Lesson 4 – Weight Placement & Goals
Lesson 5 – Geometry Settings and Considerations
Lesson 6 – Caster Settings
Lesson 7- Camber Settings
Lesson 8- Bump Steer
Lesson 9- Ackermann Settings
Lesson 10– Alignment – Front To Rear
Lesson 11 – Alignment – Rear w/ Roll Steer
Lesson 12 – Rear Steer Under Power
Lesson 13 – Toe – Front and Rear
Lesson 14 - Driveline Alignment
Lesson 15 – Spring Selection For Balance
Lesson 16 - Sway/Anti Roll Bars
Lesson 17 – Shock Selection – Matching Spring Rates
Lesson 18 – Bump Setups – Cause and Effect
Lesson 19 – Anti Design – Anti Dive and Anti Squat
Lesson 20 – Tire Selection and How To Read
Lesson 21 – Track Testing and Adjustments
Lesson 22 – Summation RCT Level Two
Bob is a long time race car engineer, consultant, inventor, author and manufacturer. He began his career in the early 1990’s with short track late models at New River Valley Speedway. Since that time, he has consulted with racers all over the world through the use of his racing setup software and since 2002 as Senior Technical Editor of Circle Track magazine.
He has helped numerous teams win races, track championships and series championships across many varied forms of racing on circle tracks as well as road racing courses. He has authored a book titled Advanced Race Car Chassis Technology published by HP Books that continues to be very popular.
Bob has traveled to race tracks across the U.S. and talked with and helped many thousands of racers have more success. Now through Online Racing School, he hopes to reach out to many more of those interested in racing as well as those he has helped before.