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Ideally your warm up should be longer, at least 15 minutes. Other than that your test looks good.
Can you share the link for your AnT test?
Hello, i am Emanuele fron Italy and yesterday I did the AeT drift test follow the right procedure (the first lap was the warm up that was more long than 9 minutes, then 1 hour where i tryed to keep close to 160 bpm). Here below the TP link :
If i follow the instruction i should add 5 bpm fron 160 (initial test value) but my recent LT was 168 bpm (in flat surface), it means that i am the same value of AnT e Aet ? What should i do now ?