Wild Horse Pass | Off Road Trucks Pro 2 | Driver (TW)
Crew Chief | Travis Warling
iRacing Season | 2020 S4
Car | Off Road Trucks Pro 2
Track | Wild Horse Pass
Setup Class | Driver
Setup Type | Race & Qualify
Crew Chief Notes: "***Track Guide*** The lap starts with a quick jump off of the top of the table top. You want to take this jump as straight as possible as this will set you up nicely going into T1. Make sure you lift off the throttle while in the air to prevent the nose from coming up too much.
Going into T1 you want to give some brake to get the truck to turn. Once you have an angle that you're satisfied with, start applying some throttle. You want to slowly roll onto the throttle to make sure you don't waste time spinning your tires on exit.
After a few quick jumps, you enter T2. T2 is a tight hairpin that you can take multiple different ways. The way I prefer to take the corner is to hit the brakes hard to get the truck to rotate and enter relatively wide. Once the truck is pointing towards the inside of the corner, I'll start adding some throttle to allow me to exit the corner as shallow as possible. The goal is to hit the jump directly after the corner with as much speed as possible.
After the large sky away jump, you end up at a smaller roller jump followed by the tight right hander that is T3. You want to get on the brakes before the roller jump to all you to set up for T3. As with T2, I like to enter wide and exit shallow by letting the truck rotate a lot. You can also take this corner by staying to the inside the entire time.
After T3, there is a pretty complex rhythm section. The safest and quickest way to take this section in the Pro 2 is to stay as far right as possible. The bumps are far less violent over there, so it's much easier to just floor it through that section. Staying far right also sets you up well for T4.
After the rhythm section, you have a sweeping T4. T4 is all about maintaining a constant angle throughout the corner, and exiting the corner as straight as possible. I find that entering wide and the exiting narrow allows you to hit the next jump with no issues. It's also important that you don't take T4 completely full throttle. It's easy to spin your tires here, so you need to modulate the throttle (especially on entry)."