Bertil Roos Racing School, a leader in high-quality road racing instruction, will take its world-class curriculum to two of America’s premier tracks beginning in April: Lime Rock Park and Virginia International Raceway.
BRRS has become preeminent in the art of teaching performance driving by providing the best and safest programs available, focusing on four variables — tracks, instructors, curriculum and equipment.
This spring, students will be able to learn from the world’s best instructors in the ultimate moving classroom (BRRS’ lightweight and agile, open-wheel, open-cockpit formula cars) at two spectacular facilities.
Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Connecticut, is 1.5 miles of elevation changes, a track that looks simple but is immensely challenging. Many of the sport’s all-time greats have raced there, including Parnelli Jones, Mark Donohue and Peter Gregg in the 1960s and ’70’s, and current drivers like reigning NASCAR champion Joey Logano, Daytona 500 champion Austin Dillon, IndyCar series champion Simon Pagenaud and Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi.
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Bertil Roos Racing School will return to Virginia International Raceway after a four-year hiatus. The acclaimed track, located in Danville, Virginia, is enveloped by the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountain range, making it one of the most visually stunning venues in North America. For its events, BRRS utilizes the South course, which has the perfect blend of technical corners, elevation changes and high-speed sweepers.
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For more information about Bertil Roos Racing School visit www.racenow.com or call 1-800-RACE NOW.