On the subject of book and performance driving, another advice that you might want to try, on seating position.

"Sit as low as is reasonably possible in your car -- so long as you can still see over the steering wheel. The lower you sit , the better you could feel the **balance** of the car."

I was surprised when I first saw this statement, but since the author is Vic Elford, I have lowered the seat as much as reasonably comfortable/safe in every car that I've driven. (Bentley book gives the same advice.)
I must admit I am not sure that I could feel the balance of the car much better, but it does give a more sporty feeling, even when I do this in my wife's Lexus SUV.


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