If you have little or no racing experience and want to climb the rungs of the racing ladder quickly, this program is for you (no prior experience necessary). Upon completion of our 5-Day course, you will be eligible to enter the Roos Formula 2000 Racing Series and will have fulfilled all of the requirements for an SCCA competition license.
The 5-Day program consists of the 3-Day Road Racing School, followed immediately by the 2-Day Advanced Road Racing School. Simply put, it offers you the most learning bang for your buck.
Day one starts with a brief classroom session, followed immediately by a track session in one of our patented slide cars. Then, some track-side demonstrations by the instructors, followed by an additional classroom session and on-track practice with our street cars.
After a short introduction to the race cars, safety equipment, safety flags, and a short discussion about racing etiquette, we finish the day with two on-track sessions in the race cars.
Day two begins with another brief classroom session, followed by another session in the slide cars or street cars. This track session’s objective is to ingrain every bump, wrinkle, and visible marker into your racing mindset.
Four additional track sessions in the race cars add to your knowledge gained the previous day, applying theory to the real world. You will be given an abundant amount of seat time, practicing and perfecting the skills required to advance to the final day.
Day three You’ve trained forty-eight hours for this day. Time to apply your new-found skills and acquire the additional advanced techniques required to devour the track and squeeze every last tenth of a second out of yourself. A slide car session is combined with FIVE track sessions in the race cars, working on those little nuances that trim the last few tenths off your lap times.
Day four starts with a brief classroom session, followed immediately by a track ride-around in one of our street cars. Next you’ll climb into one of our race cars and go wheel-to-wheel and nose-to-tail for four sessions with the instructors, as they show you the safest and most effective passing techniques. Other activities include drafting, practice race starts, qualifying strategies and racing tactics.
Day five is structured like a race day. Practice, qualifying, practice starts and two 8-lap races will fill your day. Each track session is preceded by a classroom session explaining the techniques to use and the goals to shoot for in that respective session. It’s like participating in your first race but you have the advantage of instructors watching and helping you every step of the way.
Looking for more? You are now eligible for the Grad Camp, F-2000 Race Series and Advanced AM Practice Sessions.
*Suit and helmet provided.