When pressed, most drivers will confide that they bring numerous fears to the track: fear of disappointing their crew or family, fear of slipping back in points, fear of looking bad, fear of financial setback. [...] it's not the presence of fear that matters, it's what you do with it. Control happens in the form of self-talk, the dialogue you have in your head back in the pits or in the lanes, but you can't just talk about your fears.
THE RACER’S MIND with Bruce Deveau
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