Yer nuts, man.AHTOXA wrote:I practiced outside a middle school. Right when the classes got out and as school buses were standing on the side. I would do 0-60 up the block and see how I did. Doing it when the kids got out proved to sharpen my mental focus on not hitting the redline and getting my shift points right.
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When I was first learning and could barely drive, I practiced in all the back lots of an industrial park near where I live. After I got decent, I explored all the back roads west of my town...learned a lot of cool shortcuts out that way.
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