Improve your race pace
- raise your Baseline
Developed by racing drivers - for racing drivers.
Let's face it:
Racing is expensive.
It is fun, challenging and rewarding. The adrenaline when racing side by side is awesome.
The issue is that you need to be in the car in order to learn, improve and develop yourself as a driver. And since very few drivers have their own track to race on, practicing is scarse.
We take the practice sessions to your simulator at home. Practice your driving technique every day without leaving the confines of your home. And arrive on race day, prepared and faster than ever before.
Baseline - the best way to practice
Simple, but advanced.
Agreed; it does look simple. A graph you need to follow with the movement of the brake pedal.
Try it out. It’s not that easy to master. And when you do, you might see an improvement next time you’re in the hot seat.
It’s all about science.
Baseline Driver Training teaches your muscles how to work the brake pedal. When you go to the track, your muscles know what to do, and you are most likely going faster through the corner.
This is Baseline.
Want to go fast? Brake.
You probably already know this, but using the brakes the right way makes you faster. Like, much faster.
The first release of Baseline lets you practice every detail of working with the brakes on your car. Our test drivers have already seen substantial improvements in real life.
Deliberate Practice makes it stick.
Everything in Baseline is designed for you to learn and develop in the most efficient way. Utilising the Deliberate Practice theory, you will reach your goals faster and smarter.
For racers – by racers.
Our founder, Tommy Schröter, has more than 30 years of experience as a racing driver, engineer, performance coach and simulator instructor.
All his experience and knowledge has been put into Baseline Driver Training to provide you the most efficient way to reach your potential and win races.
Improve your lap times on old tyres
The most efficient practice method
Have you heard about Deliberate Practice or the 10.000 hour rule?
Swedish psycologist Anders Ericsson spent most of his career discovering what makes the top athletes best in their field. His theory was, that it was not their natural ability – their talent – that took them to the top. It was thousands of hours of focused, deliberate practice.
Our training model is built on the foundation of the Deliberate Practice Theory, adapted to training the driving technique of racing drivers.
Knowledge is everything.
Braking isn’t just braking
If you thought that braking was just a question of kicking the pedal, think again. We’ve discovered more than 10 different parts to consider when practicing your braking, so how come you’ve never really practiced it?
Dividing your brake technique into small parts makes it easier for you to improve day by day and actually see the improvements happen.
In this video, Tommy will tell you what it takes to brake properly.
Using Baseline Driver Training, you will get tips and valuable knowledge about driving technique and mental training.
» Baseline takes everything even deeper than a simulator can do«
For me Baseline Driver Training is about the truly basic abilities you need to master when racing. At the same time it can help you to believe in yourself and make sure you have practiced so much that you don’t end up in a situation where you begin to doubt yourself.
If you have a really strong belief in yourself and that what you do is good enough, it’s much more difficult to end up struggling with negative thoughts.
GT3 driver with Garage59
EARLY ACCESS - GET BASELINE TODAY
We are nowhere near the cost of four new tyres and yet, Baseline is more effective.
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