- Apr 25, 2016
Lol. That video pretty much explains exactly what I’m saying. Don’t get fooled by the HR over time compared to a distance runner. That distance runners low HR is because they are in great condition even though they are exerting themselves aerobically. The drivers heart rate is more a function of adrenaline from excitement/situation/danger/etc. Very different. Extreme heat too but made much easier with “cool” air coming into their helmet helping that internal temp.“Just add heat and g-forces”. This can’t be a serious argument? If it is, it shows how much you don’t understand about the physical forces and exertion drivers go through.
This was almost a decade ago.