Over the years, a variety of driving programs and venues have been added to the curriculum. The school has developed a Two-Day Highway Driving program, which concentrates on the training of new drivers, and a 2 Day Grad Camp for drivers looking for more 1-on-1 coaching.
The bread and butter programs are still the road racing schools. A major innovation in this school is the use of slide cars. In the late 1970’s, Sweedish racing driver, Bertil Roos designed and built a patented training car that slides at very low speeds, simulating what occurs at much higher speeds in racecars. By practicing in these cars, students learn to control the slides at safe speeds, which help them develop the skill and confidence needed to drive racecars at the limit.
Additionally, numerous Fortune 500 companies have begun to use the school as a basis for their corporate outings. Groups of executives, often including important clients, participate in specially tailored programs conducted by the school. They find that it dramatically improves teamwork, communication, morale and motivation. Everyday skills, such as the ability to focus, anticipate problems, and analyze solutions are sharpened and it’s simply more fun and adventurous than a typical golf outing.
The school has also developed lower priced introductory programs in recent years. In these programs, the emphasis is on providing clients with a taste of what motor racing is, at an affordable price.