It has a pretty little chapter on physical training of a driver, with the schemes gymnastic exercises recommended for a motorist.
The details of driving position and handling of a steering wheel are mentioned, but not covered well enough.
Nevertheless, the cornering is explained fairly well, in 69 pages full of formulas, schemes and illustrations.
In his prophetic foreword to "The Technique of Motor Racing," Fangio anticipates the importance Piero Taruffi's book would have for a generation of new drivers. Trained as both a racing driver and an industrial engineer, Taruffi provides a unique perspective on the art and science of motor racing. He drove for the work teams of Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Mercedes-Benz, and others, in a career that spanned over 25 years and was crowned by his victory in the 1957 Mille Miglia. First published in 1959, "The Technique of Motor Racing" has become the standard by which other driving texts are measured.
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