Subtitled: the Basic Analysis of Race Car Data Acquisition.
By Christopher Brown.
Rather than try to explain the rapidly-changing field of data acquisition hardware, this book covers the one part of your data system you actually use at every race: the data!
You've invested in a data acquisition system. You may have already taken a class on how to use it. But now you're at the track, trying to remember what those spikes are trying to tell you. Use this book to learn the patterns to watch for, tricks for finding them, and how to translate them into feedback you can use. Brown does an excellent job of keeping the material relevant to all brands. This information applies to you, no matter what data system you have.
This book is a great reference for professional driving coaches and race engineers, but it is especially useful for amateur racers who have to analyze their own data. It is also very effective as a refresher course at the beginning of the season!
144 pages with numerous color illustrations.