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AMMO NYC’S TRACK DAY GUIDE:
Must watch before driving

These videos give a quick glimpse of what typically takes place at track events around the country.

THIS IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR READING YOUR CLUBS RULES AND TRACK REGULATIONS! This is simply a look behind the curtain in hopes that it will encourage to join us at the track.
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Information for Beginners

For those just starting out in the world of Motorsports, here are some valuable tools to help you get educated.


What To Look for in a Performance Driving School

by Ronald Montoya

“You’ve recently become the proud owner of the high-performance car that you have dreamed about for years. But it dawns on you that you might not ever get the chance to see what it can really do. Or worse, years of watching action movies have given you the false belief that driving a car fast is easy. (Trust us, it’s not.) In any case, you’re not sure how to go about it. Binge-watching seasons of Top Gear or streaming Senna from Netflix won’t do the job. Actually, whether it’s serious speed that you’re after or you just want to become a better driver, your best bet is to attend a high-performance driving school…

Continue Reading at Edmunds.com

How To: Go to a Track Day

by Tony Quiroga

“We often talk about “track days” as if they are some mythical time in which the rules of the universe have been suspended and all cars are faster and nobody complains about his prostate. But a track day is nothing more than an opportunity for everyday drivers to take their cars to a racetrack and drive them mercilessly, without fear of traffic citation. So, the newbie might ask, just what goes on at a track day, and how does one find out about them?…

Continue Reading at Caranddriver.com

The Six Most Important Things You’ll Learn At Racing School

by Jason Torchinsky

“I’m an embarrassingly slow driver, but I was lucky enough to be offered the chance to take part in a two-day race driving class at the Performance Driving Center at Sonoma Raceway and, while it didn’t turn me into Mario Andretti, I’d like to pass on some of what I learned to any other rank but hopeful amateurs…

Continue Reading at Jalopnik.com

10 Ways To Get A Start in Racing

by Kristin Cline

“Auto racing often seems like a sport that many aspire to, but few succeed in. While it’s true that the road to professional racing is a long and narrow one, there are ample opportunities for the novice enthusiast to have fun on the track as well. Here’s a list of 10 ways of how to get involved in entry-level racing…

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The 10 Best Race Cars For Beginners

by Aaron Miller

“We all wanted to be race car drivers when we were younger, but there’s a common misconception that you’ve either got to be born into it (like an Andretti), or have tons of money at your disposal. As the saying goes, “If you want to make a million dollars in racing, start with two million…

Continue Reading at Thrillist.com

DrivingFast.net: The Best Driving Guide on the Web

“This site is a resource for driving and track day enthusiasts, whatever your skill level. Reading our content will give you the basic skills to drive quickly, but there is no substitute for real-life experience. So book yourself onto a track day or driving experience and practice…

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“I Wanna Go Fast!”: A Beginner’s Guide To Going Racing

by Dave Pratte

“So you’re into cars and you love to drive fast. But deep down inside you know treating public roads like your personal Nurburgring is going to get you in trouble. You need a way to fill your need for speed that isn’t completely anti-social, but you’re not sure how to get started…

Continue Reading at Speed.academy

How I Became a Race-Car Driver and Owner for Less Than $20,000

by Larry Webster

“A carrot has been dangling in front of me for a long time. Its effect is more intense than the taunting of a junkyard dog with a two-inch-thick porterhouse. Like the dog, I salivate and pull at the chain to get closer to the reward. The reward I seek is to go racing. But I’m of modest talents, and even more modest means. Therefore, my carrot must be cheap racing. In short, I was willing to eat rice for dinner for years to come if I could go racing…

Continue Reading at Caranddriver.com