Crandon (short) | Off Road Trucks Pro 4 (TW)

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  • Crew Chief | Travis Warling
  • iRacing Season | 2021 S2
  • Car | Off Road Trucks Pro 4
  • Track | Crandon

  • Crew Chief Notes:

    "********** Track Guide **********

    Welcome to Crandon! This is a fast and flowing track that requires very smooth and slow inputs to achieve a fast lap time. Maintaining your momentum through the corner and reducing oversteer as much as possible will be key.

    To start the lap, you go over two small rollers. The main key for these two rollers is to hit the first one as far right on the track as possible, and then to quickly flick the truck to the left as you’re going over the second roller. Doing this will set up the truck nicely for the next section.

    After the two rollers, you come into a sweeping left hander. For this corner it seems the quickest line is to hold as tight to the inside as much as possible. As this is a decreasing radius corner, I like to tap my brakes just after the blue wall ends to make sure I have enough angle to get a good exit. Maintaining momentum and getting out of the corner as quickly as possible will greatly help with lap times.

    After two jumps that aren’t really too difficult as long as you hit them straight, you come into a long left hander. This corner goes over the crest of a hill, so it’s important to lift off the throttle slightly to reduce wheel spin. Other than that, I like to stay as far left as possible going up the hill and over the crest, before letting the truck drift to the center of the track going back down the hill. You might find it easier to run a slightly different line here, so don’t be afraid to experiment.

    After the left hander, you come to a decreasing radius left hander. I’ve seen people take this corner many different ways, so don’t be afraid to experiment here as well. I personally prefer to brake at the second access road on the right side of the track and then to bring the truck as far inside as possible through the entire corner. I find by doing this I’m able to maintain a lot more momentum than if I were to run wider. No matter what line you end up taking, the key is to make sure you don’t rotate too much on entry and to get as good of an exit as possible.

    After the ensuing jump and straight, you now end up at the final corner of the track. This tight right hander is important as it directly leads into the next lap and is also a prime passing spot for a last lap divebomb. As with the previous left hander, I like to keep the truck as close to the inside wall as possible through the corner. To do this, I brake a second or so after landing the large jump, and immediately pitch the truck sideways. I find that having the nose basically touching the wall on entry allows for me to go all the way through the corner with a really tight line. You run the danger of hitting the inside wall and flipping by doing this, so feel free to leave some more space to the wall than I do. The main thing is that you don’t leave enough space for a truck to squeeze below you.

    And with that, you start another lap. Being smooth and consistent with your line should lead to good results here. Remember to keep calm and to think about what line you’re taking and how it’ll impact the corners later in the section. Good luck!




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