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TrackDaze is dedicated to the education of the track enthusiast to the racing car driver. With an ever changing landscape of the sport and hobby we are modifying our organizational philosophy on in car instruction. What is pushing this change is newer car models, insurance companies, tracks, incidents on track during our events and other organizations, and feedback from our instructors. There are risks associated with the sport and hobby, but we are committed to doing everything feasible within our power to maximize safety and minimize risk. As a result the following changes will be made:

  • Beginners/Novices will continue to be required to have an instructor in the car at all times on track, until the instructor has deemed that the student has demonstrated the skills necessary to drive solo.
  • Advanced, Open passing, and Intermediate (YELLOW) group participants will not be able to request an instructor. If you feel you NEED in car instruction then you must register for a lower run group, or contact us and we'd be happy to provide you with the contact information of some of professional coaches.
  • Intermediate (BLUE) group participants can request an instructor for no additional cost, but the instructor will not ride in your car for all sessions. As a result you may only get an instructor for one session at some point during the day.

Why are we making these changes? We do agree at ALL skill levels drivers can benefit from having in car instruction. Although, once you have reached a certain skill level you should have the tools necessary to recognize your mistakes and work to improve them. With the latest advances and reduced costs in audio, video, and data acquisition devices, combined with classroom instruction and repetitive exercise (seat time, seat time, and more seat time). You should be able to progress in this sport and hobby without the crutch of someone in the right seat.

TrackDaze puts on some of the safest and most professional track events I attend, but always manages to keep the fun factor alive at the same time.

- Mike Skeen