“Always fly your own flight. For sure, be aware of the others, where they are and what they’re up to, but fly do your own thing.
“It will make for some painful lows along your journey, when your brilliant idea leads to an early landing instead of endless glory, but it will teach you to be independent and to attack when the time is right.”
In Cross Country 169, May 2016, Matt Warren explains the meat-and-potatoes of good flying psychology, with input from Thomas Theurillat, Paul Guschlbauer, Mads Syndergaard and Jocky Sanderson.
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