About Terence Dove and EvenFlow Kart Driver Coaching
Terence Dove of EvenFlow, helps kart racers to perform at their very best by analysing their driving skills and giving them step-by-step programs of improvement. Terence specialised in coaching kart drivers in 2003 and has helped transform the results of his drivers. Terence's unique coaching style brings together his engineering knowledge, karting experience and understanding of drivers and performance psychology.
Terence started karting himself as a Junior Britain driver in 1987 with success at club level and a few good performances at national level. However it wasn't until he graduated to senior karting that he figured out his attitude to racing and driving techniques were totally inadequate. Once that was remedied, wins came easily.
In 2003 Terence made it his mission to ensure that the highest quality information on driving techniques would be available to any kart driver in the world, so that they don't waste the opportunities that come to them as young drivers, and also that all drivers can enjoy their karting to the maximum.
Terence has worked with major teams as a data engineer, where he has developed significant expertise in the use of AiM data Acquisition systems including Mychron 4, Ebox, Mytach, GPS and SmartyCam. Terence's Kart Data website can be found here which is packed full of practical advice on getting the most from your own data system.
In 2005 Terence launched the internationally recognised Karting website Karting1.co.uk with his brother Alan. Karting1 is now one of the worlds most popular karting websites, delivering a unique take on current karting news and an incredible wealth of useful information via special articles, video productions and podcast interviews with leading karting figures.
For 2012 Terence spent the year as the karting coach at iZone in Silverstone - a highly professional race driver development centre, where he helped develop the kart simulator and training offered to karters. Terence left iZone in March 2013 to concentrate his efforts on working independently with kart drivers, especially working one to one at race events.
A sample of drivers notable achievements in 2012 for drivers who have had the EvenFlow treatment in the past.
- Enaam Ahmed - 2012 Super 1 Comer Cadet Champion, Open Champion, British Vice Champion
- Zak Fulk - 2012 4th Place Comer British Championship
- Matthew Taylor - 2012 Super Cadet British Champion
- Sebastian Bainbridge - 2012 New Zealand North Island Sprint Champion
- Connor Mills - 2012 MiniMax British Champion
- Connor Hall - MiniMax 5th British Championship
- Jack Partridge - 2012 Junior TKM British Champion, TKM Festival Winner
- Shea Pearce - Junior TKM 10th British Championship
- Ross Gunn - 2012 Junior Rotax British Champion
- Toby Sowery - Junior Rotax Kartmasters GP Plate Winner
- Darius Karbaley - KF3 5th British Championships
- Callum Illott - KF3 WSK Euro Series Vice Champion, WSK Final Cup Winner, WSK Master Series Champion,
- Phil Smith - KGP World Champion, TKM Open Champion