The Skip Barber Racing School is coming to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the first time October 8-18. The school will be offering three levels of instruction for aspiring race car drivers or those just looking to advance their skills.
The Skip Barber Racing School is a racing instructional school that has provided on-track and classroom education for some of the most renowned drivers in motorsports.
"The Skip Barber Racing School and Indianapolis Motor Speedway both are leaders in their respective areas of global motorsports, so the arrival of the school this October to the Racing Capital of the World is a perfect fit," IMS President J. Douglas Boles said in a news release. "I can vouch for the quality of the instruction for new and experienced racers at the school, as I took a Skip Barber course early in my racing career. Every student will enjoy the iconic experience of crossing the Yard of Bricks and driving in the shadow of the IMS Pagoda while learning from the best instructors."
SBRS will offer One Day and Three Day Racing Schools and a Two-Day Advanced Race Licensing school each of 11 consecutive days on the 14-turn, 2.439-mile IMS road course. Instruction is available to individuals, as well as groups or corporate event attendees.
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