The first step is to watch videos of the track with a car similar to yours. Sign onto YouTube and spend some time going through the Road Atlanta vids. Pick the best ones, and download them to your pc. Plug your pc into the tv. Get a steering wheel and clamp it to a card table or something and set it up in front of your TV screen. If you don't have the shifter/pedals you can still get a pretty good feel of a lap. Run through the videos until you feel like you really know the track.I am planning a trip to Road Atlanta and I will like to see the track. I do not own any game consoles.
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I also have found it useful to get a track map and note in various colors, entry speeds, exit speed, gears, etc. This helps me refresh the track as I wait for the next DE session. THen after a session, review what I learned, braking points, and such. Get another copy of the track and revise my notes. I know this crude compared to Track mate and other computer aids but for now it really helps me. EdThanks to all that have answered. I have found several videos in Utube, some better than others.
strange. I can see it. I embedded it as a .tif IMG:Axis-CG the link does not show.