Re: Beating the EPA - The Why’s and how to Hypermile. You bring up a good point as this is technically DWB, but your comment takes it a step further. Taking a corner properly is just like you say, start on the outside and apex at the middle of the corner and drift back out to the outside... at least in its simplest form. That is only applicable if its a simple single corner. Your cars drivetrain and the road after the corner dictates where you want your entry and apex points to be. If there is two corners in a row, you would want to sacrifice the first corner for a good exit on the second corner, since thats where you'll end up at. Tire pressures help with this a TON since you'll scrub off more speed with an underinflated tires as opposed to a properly inflated tire. The tires sidewall doesn't roll over as much when its highly inflated, transfering more of the cars energy into the desired direction instead of turning it into waste (aka heat ) This might be a bit off topic though as I'm starting to think about racing theory and proper cornering techniques. Although I don't race on the track anymore, there is a LOT of useful things I've learned about car handling dynamics that is very applicable to hypermiling (throttle control, steering angle, maintaining momentum, etc...) Thank you for adding an excellent point!