Originally Posted by Autobahn335i
+1 I was just about to write the same thing.
Move that seat forward!! When you sit with your shoulder rested against the seat and extent your arms, your handwrist should rest on top of the steering wheel. Again, not criticizing, just trying to help.
And you should keep steering wheel inputs to the minimum, keep the car in balance and not upset with harsh movements. It's all about smoothness when driving fast.
Keep it safe
Well stated! I change my seating position significantly when driving the canyons for the same reason. Daily driving is totally different than aggressive track or even canyon driving. I'd just hate to see that tail-end not come back in for you or worse yet, have another car coming at you while it steps out.
Originally Posted by SaMaster14
If I lowered the car, I wouldn't have a bumper driving around in LA daily.....
You mean like this?
PS - I live in LA (sort of)...