Mark Skaife: The art of gamesmanship

Mark Skaife: The art of gamesmanship

The six-time Bathurst 1000 winner and Australian Supercars legend explains how he used every trick in the book to win

In professional sport, mind games and the gamesmanship associated with winning are massive, and anyone who doesn't agree has something wrong with them. If you're competing at the highest level, then everything you can do to win is on the agenda.

The intimidation starts from the time you arrive at the track, how fit you look and right up to the time that you get in the car and eyeball the person across on the grid from you.

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