Hi, I’m Scott Mansell,
Founder of Driver61.
I enable drivers to feel in total control of their race cars through our online and practical training programs.[/text_box] [/ux_banner] [divider height=”58px” color=”rgb(255, 255, 255)”] [section] [row h_align=”center”] [col span=”5″ span__sm=”10″]
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Over the last 15 years, I’ve spent literally hundreds of thousands of miles coaching drivers in race cars, as well as training for brands such as Ferrari and Porsche, and F1 teams Lotus and Renault.
With so much time coaching in the passenger seat, I’ve been exposed to all experience levels and types of driver, constantly working through their blockages and restrictions.
Over the last three years, I’ve taken this knowledge and have honed a method of practical training that is very different to traditional coaching, to develop a driver’s core technique and quickly make substantial improvements to a driver’s lap time, confidence and consistency.
Drivers often join us feeling nervous about pushing their cars to the edge or are frustrated by not being on the pace. They leave us feeling in control with clear processes to not only reach the limit of any car, but push that limit further in a safe and predictable way.[/col] [/row] [/section] [ux_slider bg_color=”rgb(255,255,255)”] [ux_banner height=”397px” bg=”305″ bg_overlay=”rgba(35, 81, 91, 0.82)” video_visibility=”visible”] [text_box width=”63″ position_x=”50″ position_y=”50″]
Scott is quite simply the best of the best!
Scott is quite simply the best of the best … he gives you the fundamental tools that you need to become a better driver. Even after one day with Scott my whole approach was transformed. Worth every penny.
I continue to be impressed with Scott.
I continue to be impressed with Scott as a coach. He’s a great guy. A great communicator. A great motivator.
Scott’s teaching approach helps the student build the necessary skills and self-confidence to drive safely on the edge and recognize when the driver can get even more out of the car. Scott constantly questioned me about how I negotiated a turn and then forced me to focus on what was happening in the car.
Having two days available meant that we could identify my skill gaps, drill on closing the gaps, and then increase driving precision and speed on each section of the track. I had a lot of seat time as we had the track fully to ourselves.