Competition Race School
March 24 @ 8:00 am - March 25 @ 6:00 pm
NASA and BMWCCA have partnered to present this content which is proven to produce competent racing drivers.
This school is for experienced drivers with prior experience in HPDE4 or Time Trial who wish to obtain their NASA “Racing License”. The school will provide a general overview of the NASA CCRs applicable to racing with NASA as well as multiple on track racing exercises that will likely be encountered during a race group. Students will be evaluated throughout the duration of the course to determine suitability for a Provisional License including a formal written test at the end.
This program is highly structured, and conducted in a non-contact environment. Limited to 30 participants, the BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing and NASA Competition License School features an experienced team of both BMW CCA Club Racing and NASA Competition instructors, along with professional drivers from the winning BimmerWorld race team.
The entry fee of $525.00 includes a total of eight classroom and on-track sessions. You will experience open corner passing, three-wide exercises, practice race starts, and participate in a simulated race experience along with intensive classroom sessions. All this under the watchful eye of your on-track racing instructors. You may use a car that complies with NASA HPDE Tech requirements. You do not need a car with a cage that passes Race Tech.
This event is intended to assist experienced drivers gain the additional training to prepare themselves for wheel to wheel racing. Graduates of the program will be qualified to apply for their NASA Competition License and a BMW CCA Club Racing license. Typically, both of these licenses are recognized by many racing sanctioning bodies.
All candidates must submit a summary of their driving experience to Chief Instructor, Steve Stepanian. After you register online, an email confirmation with his contact information will be sent to you.