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The study aims to define a methodology to assess driver workload by means of a racing simulator applying the dual task paradigm. The experimental plan consists of a series of secondary tasks (i.e., math calculation, imaginative, monitoring and communication tasks) to be performed in a driving simulated context. The preliminary results evidenced that the methodology is a fundamental step forward in order to improve driving abilities of young professional drivers. The described methodology putsfatcat:ggvio4xunbb3re577rzcx433ym