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posted October 05, 2003 07:33 AM
What is the best way to gain experience before going on the track? Does anyone know of any good dirt track schools?

posted October 05, 2003 01:09 PM
start by pitting for a team in the class that you want to race in, and maybe hot lapping he car after a while

posted October 05, 2003 02:12 PM
school of hard knocks that how we all learn the only true shcoll i have heardd of is in virginia it's mostly nascar stuff but does cover a lille on dirt

posted October 05, 2003 03:56 PM
There are some schools for Dirt Track racing.
But I think you should just start in a lower division read some material and gain experience. A school would be an expensive cram session and driving a race car is not something you cram.
heres links to schools

Jason Boivin

posted October 05, 2003 04:28 PM
I own one. Its not operational yet, but we MIGHT have classes next year.

dirt poor racing
posted October 05, 2003 04:45 PM
you will get some pionters, but there is nothing like laps in your on car. on your home track.

posted October 06, 2003 12:35 PM They offer a chassis school and a driving school.

Smith Racing Team

posted October 06, 2003 08:34 PM
trishswish Mike Duvall has a driving school in cowpens,SC. This is a one day class & shop deal with a one day on track in car far it has turned out good. Mike knowes what he is doing an has raced for more than 30 years.The school will furnish the car at their own risk.The track is dirt an either 3/8 or 1/2 mile.web site is Ph.864-489-3863. I don't think Freddy Smith is doing any classes right now but it would be a good one especally if Freddy gave the driving lessons.Duvall can teach you more in a day than you could learn in a month on your own.You will be taught right and he can teach you things about safety that you need to know an understand. cd2

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