Hey guys, average driver here. Desperately need some tangible advice on what to do specifically in order to get better. Beyond the usual 'watch Top 10', etc. advice. Backstory: On the wheel with TCS off. About 50,000km 'experience'. DR B, sometimes cracking A if practicing a lot. Tending to low B if getting in unprepared. This week I put in 2500km at Interlagos. Still unable to beat 1:32.000 in quali and 1:33:500 in race. (Which is almost 2sec away from the top and about 1sec away from what most A drivers achieve without much practice) The sad thing is that I had already achieved these times after about 500km of practice. Sure, I am much more consistent now, but not getting any faster. Another sad thing is that it takes me an hour to get back to yesterdays performance. So it really looks like my limit. So what should I do? Yes, I watch TOP 10 and other replays. I am aware where I lose time. And yes, I am aware of what I need to do better: - Trail-brake better/later - Get on power earlier/better - Don't unsettle the car (as much as I do) - Handle the slow corners much better The real problem is: I just don't know how to implement it. I cannot understand how some guys just naturally find a faster line. I always fall back to a kind of safe, casual (and wrong) driving style. When I try to push beyond that it mostly results in errors/spins/running wide. Only at times am I really locked in and feeling the car. This is when I achieve the times mentioned above. In general I am about another second slower. What can be done/practiced concretely? How can I extend my personal limit?