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What You'll Get
Races are the only way to determine which cars perform the best, which athletes trained the hardest, and which cheetahs are actually just really skinny lions. Measure more than just speed with this Groupon.
$139 for a Half-Day Introduction to Racing School with 15 Laps in a Stock Car ($375 Value)
During each class, instructors lead a track orientation and spend 40 minutes teaching students aged 16 and older the fundamentals of racing theory. They’ll then get students fitted and buckled into their very own stock car, perform a radio check, and give the green light to take 15 laps around the track at top speed. While students drive professionally maintained cars, instructors and crewmembers stand by and communicate via racing radios as in-car cameras record the experience.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Reservation required. Subject to weather conditions. Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must be 16 or older. Must have valid driver's license. Must be between 5'0" and 6'5" tall. 275lb weight max. Must have a working knowledge of driving a manual transmission. Extra fee for insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Competition 101 Racing School
Using the experiences gained during years as a professional racecar driver and builder, Competition 101 Racing School founder Stuart Lycett trains the next generation of podium finishers during one-on-one racing lessons. Whether behind the wheel of stock cars, Trans Am T2 sports cars, sprint cars, or open-wheel cars, pupils soak in on-track experience on dirt tracks, short ovals, speedways, or road circuits while radios and on-board video cameras record every turn for scrutiny during future feedback sessions.
In addition to their introductory class, instructors also offer one-, two-, and three-day school programs. After the three-day program, studious speedsters may complete their training by competing in a sanctioned race event in front of paying spectators and a real checkered flag. Stuart and his crew also welcome interns willing to work for six months in exchange for a free three-day racing school program.