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Old 04-21-06, 07:30 PM
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Debrief fill out form

I have been asked by the race team I work for to design a "Fill Out Form" for use in the drivers debrief after each race. This form is to filled out by each driver at the end of the session before we enter the debriefing
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Is anyone using any such form that they could send me a copy to have a look at?

I have used some forms that have a track map with all the corners divided into 3 parts "entry" "Mid" and "Exit" with an area for the driver to enter his thought of what the car was doing at that corner at each of the 3 parts. Also areas for "engine", "brakes","gears", "seat and belts" and "comments"

If you have any ideas for such a form could you post them up.
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I need one too ... please post what you get when you are done. It is very hard to think and remember every little thing at the end of a driving session. I can usually remember when something is bad wrong with the car and must be fixed, but that is about it unless someone starts asking specific questions before I forget everything that just happened and start thinking about what is coming next.
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different types of racing require different types of debriefs,
I am trying to make one to suit circuit racing.
I have used some in the past but I don't have any on my PC anymore.
One of the ones I used before had boxes for the driver to fill out for each part of the debrief with prompt words in the top of the box, some of these prompt words the driver could just circle, some of the prompts are like mutiple choice answers.

For example in one box with a heading "BRAKES" there were prompt words like
Faded, Hard Pedal, Long Pedal, GOOD, and a section for the driver to add comments.
and there were headings for things like: Gears, Brakes, Steering, Front Tyres, Rear Tyres, Seat and Belts, Engine, Noises and vibrations, Vision, Track Condition, Car Damage. Then there was a track map with all corners divided up into stages.

Once a driver got use to filling out the form after every session he would think about what he was going to write whilst he was in the session instead of trying to make it up after.

If anyone has a form made up they would like to post up, or if someone wants to make one up I am sure a few people would use it.
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I did a basic draft of what I thought might work, any ideas?
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