TL/DR Is there a mantra or pearl of racing wisdom that has either opened your eyes or made a bigger difference for your racing than the classic one above? Background/Utter Guff I'm finding my feet with sim racing and in some ways feel my progress is a little like that of AMS2, which has become the sim that I'm using to learn the basics. Somewhat in the belief that if the cars are as tricky to drive as some suggest it may prove a great place to learn. I've just driven several laps at Imola in the 911 GTR3 in the TT mode, something I rarely do as I'm well aware I'm well down the pecking order, and found it to be a great mode to use to push myself in terms of learning the track. Using some telemetry I'm able to see where I'm losing time and where I'm gaining it, I also nabbed one of @steelreserv 's set-ups (thanks as always, another great setup for the community) to give myself a decent chance but the thing that appears to be making the most difference in bringing my times down is following the mantra in the title. I'm kind of shocked at just how much difference it appears to be making, I've gone from page 19 with a 1:44.980 to page 8 (I think) with a 1:42.620. The telemetry is telling me I'm still lifting off in turns 6,11 and 13, missing the apex on turn 4 and not tracking out wide enough on the exit of turn 11 so I still need to work on my "slow in, fast out" but it really does need to be banged into the old noggin as it appears to be so true.... Is there a mantra or pearl of racing wisdom that has either opened your eyes or made a bigger difference for your racing than the classic one above?