The type of physical training a driver needs should reflect the type of racing they compete in. For example the muscle bias for a single-seater or Formula One driver will be different from a closed-cockpit/GT racer.
The modern racing driver spends a great deal of time travelling, and their time is compromised by different work and family commitments. Fitness training templates need to be flexible and adaptable to tie in with their busy lifestyle. To provide structure to a driver’s physical training, our exercise programmes are tailored according to the results of the driver’s fitness assessment, the type of car they race and the racing format they compete in.
We have a network of regional Driver Performance trainers to provide one-to-one personal training with the aim of helping drivers maintain their training focus and technique. An advantage of personal training is that it can help regulate a driver’s training intensity depending on where they are in the race season. If a driver is arriving at a race meeting fatigued from training, they are at an obvious disadvantage!