Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Saratoga Springs NY
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,004
That is great for beginners, but I wouldn't be interested in a track day like that. If I am forced to be babied by an instructor I go somewhere else. This is one of the problems - there are so many varying levels of skill that it is very hard to come up with something that works for everyone.
+1 ! but Onno, I'm going to add that you and mdg are describing two very different driving events. You're experienced in tracking, thus your reaction is correct for a driver with your experience. For the driver who is inexperienced, the programs that mdg describes are wonderful opportunities to have fun safely and learn to drive supercars on track, perhaps to learn enough to wish to track their own cars in the environment you like.
575M F1, Maserati Spyder, Cadillac STS-V & CTS
past: 330/365GTC speciale, F355b, 412GT, 400iA, 308GT4 2+2, 330GT 2+2, Porsche 356b Super 90, BMW 1800ti
what do I know? I drive blue Ferraris
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