The engineers do a quick check of the car, while I reflect on how I can improve. Thank God for my instructor Felix, whose driving tips come in handy. When I go back a second time, I'm thrusting the car a lot more. By the fourth lap, I'm beginning to speed up at the corners. And by the sixth, I actually take the corners at a speed higher than comfortable.
In conventional cars, you don't take corners at high speeds, it'll roll over. But here, each time I push the car, I realise I can push it a little bit more. So with each push, it reveals itself to you.
Knowing that the M4Electro has such low CG and that it sticks, is such a reassuring fact. I regret not taking some corners faster. In hindsight, it's got so much downforce at high speeds, that I could have risked not slowing down at the curves. But it's a happy regret. I really didn’t want to land up in a ditch somewhere.