This school is the cornerstone of our racing programs (no prior
experience necessary). Our course is crammed with intensive training on
how to drive a racecar at the limit. No rev-limits are ever imposed,
passing is allowed from the moment you strap into the racecar, all
complete laps (NO stop boxes), and there is no crash damage liability.
We provide you with the equipment and instruction required to progress
safely at your own pace.
Different from our Half and 1-Day racing adventures, our racing
school’s emphasis is on teaching and training you how to be a better,
faster racecar driver.
Day one starts with a brief classroom session,
followed immediately by a track session in one of our patented slide
cars. Then, some trackside demonstrations by the instructors, followed
by an additional classroom session and on-track practice with one of our
After a short introduction to the racecars, safety equipment, safety
flags, and a short discussion about racing etiquette, we finish the day
with two track sessions in the racecars.
Day twobegins with another
brief classroom session, followed by another session in the slide
cars and 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 racecars and a track walk 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 racecars, working on those
little nuances that trim the last few tenths off your lap times.
You will learn the techniques that made our school famous, and to
this day, set us apart from the competition. You will practice
techniques such as: Ocular Driving, the Auto Pilot, Rotational Turn-In,
Line Recovery, Slide Control, Heel and Toe, and Creative Visualization.