About Samir Abid

About Samir Abid


Hi there, I’m Samir Abid. I’m an engineer from Warwick, UK. For the first 10 years of my career I worked in vehicle dynamics, developing suspension systems for road and racing cars. For the last 10 years I’ve run a sports engineering consultancy. That business helps pro and Olympic sports teams benefit from their data. I have always raced at club level and these days I am back working in the paddock.

This site contains my best answers to questions club racers struggle with. The content is mainly on helping you improve your racecar setup, data analysis and race driving.

I created a video course on how to do driver analysis with data. It is called The Complete Beginners Guide To Motorsports Data Analysis and you should check it out if you’ve wanted to do data analysis but struggled to get going. There are more motorsports courses here.

If you have ever wondered what you could learn from how the pro’s go racing, then be sure to listen to the podcast here and accompanying Motorsports Playbook here.

I also publish a free weekly email called Ahead of the Curve which you can sign up for right here. Takes 5 minutes to read, and it’s free. Feel free to follow on instagram too.

There are too many glum faces in race track paddocks around the world. I’d like for you to be the one getting the most enjoyment on track.

Thanks for visiting.
Samir

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How I can help your organisation:

I am available to for training, conference & speaking engagements. Just ask.

The Racecar:

No.23. “7” style racecar – Ma7da 7 Series 750 Motor Club UK.

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The Trackday Car:

Porsche Cayman

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