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Racing School - Live Your Speed Dream At A Race Car Driving School If you love the roar of powerful engines and the screeching of tires on a hot sloped roadway, then learning to drive a hot race car in a racing school may be just the ticket for you. Here is some information to consider. There are a number of schools around the country which operate classes and programs to teach the average driver how to drive a race car safely and properly. These schools are run throughout the country and the programs vary in length, detail, and cost. There are racing schools available for most types of race cars including: - Stock Cars - Sports Cars - Formula 1 Racing - Indy Cars - High Performance Cars - Off Road Driving - Cobra Cars - Rally Cars If you have an interest in a particular type of race car, there is probably a school which can train you to drive it properly. So what can you expect to learn and do at a one day racing school? Well if you were learning to drive a stock car, you would first spend some time in classroom session where you would learn the importance of driving the proper "line" on the racetrack. You would then most likely walk or drive in a passenger van the racetrack to more closely understand and experience the racing line. In addition you'll learn to recognize the track reference points for proper throttle control as well as the apex in the turns. An important element of the training day involves learning all about the race car, how to get strapped in properly, and the operation of the safety equipment, gauges, etc. The last section of formal instruction includes other safety checks/issues, communications, passing techniques, and how to conduct yourself and operate the car in the pit. Once you have completed this introduction and safety and instruction, you'll get to strap into a race car with an instructor. Initially the instructor will drive the car and demonstrate to you that you can drive fast and remain safe as long as you understand how to drive the "line" properly. You'll observe his driving and listen to his tips for the first few rounds he completes. It is then time for you to take the wheel. By applying what you learned, you'll find that can speed around the track and do so along with 4 - 6 other students. This racing experience will continue several more laps. In between sessions, you'll get some tips and suggestions from the instructors which you can use to upgrade your skills and techniques on the next round of training. Once you feel more confident with this and learn to ride the "line" you'll have a ball racing around the oval and imagining yourself to be the next "big" driver. Have fun! rental mobil semarang
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