Kenny has been to, raced at, or driven just about every major race track in North America. In this video, he shares some great tips on studying, exploring, and breaking down each important track feature. Kenny also shares the classic "steering wheel" track map and other good ideas on attacking the track.
In this video, Kenny offers some quick tips on things to do and what to avoid so you can make your track weekend as healthy as possible.
Learning a new track can be daunting, but Kenny provides some basic tips to help you navigate and make good decisions on your first laps out.
One of the first things Kenny teaches when he's doing driver coaching is - Smooth is Fast. A simple philosophy that is sometimes hard to grasp, but your best lap times come from your smoothest laps.
Kenny's rule of thumb is always keep your belts tight, be in the proper seating position, and relax your hands on the steering wheel. You don't need to have your hands at "10 and 2" as they taught you in driver's education. You need to have your hands in an appropriate position that's much lower on the steering wheel, and much less fatiguing.