COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

ASPIRATION CHAMPIONSHIP CUP BUNDLE

Our six-month immersion into three series of racing builds your core competencies as you progress through 15 race tracks and three Challenges. Not only will you learn the fundamentals of high-performance driving, but you will also get to explore the job opportunities that are linked to the motorsports industry. From visits to manufacturers to race teams to supporting industries, you will discover how you can turn your love of cars and eSports into a lucrative career! 

STARTS: January 21

FOURTH & FINAL CHALLENGE: May 28 & 29

SPRINT SERIES BUNDLE

Sprint races are designed to provide a short and fast-paced racing spectacle with drivers racing flat-out from start to finish without the need to pit. Our training starts with this Series and will take us (virtually) to five tracks: Lime Rock, Watkins Glen, VIR, Laguna Seca and Road Atlanta.

STARTS: January 21

CHALLENGE 1: FEBRUARY 20 – 26 

LIME ROCK SINGLE TRACK

This 1.53 mile road course with 7 turns at Lime Rock Park nestled in the hills of Connecticut is the perfect race track to start your training!

We start racing instruction at the easiest of the five tracks, review basic car componentry using a BMW for Car 101, Learn the 7 Rules for Being the Best Spokesperson, visit SVRA to learn about job opportunities, and hear from two female Spec Miata racers – Hannah Grisham who also works in R&D with Pirelli and Ashley Kometer who works in R&D with Mazda.

RELEASE DATE: January 21

WATKINS GLEN SINGLE TRACK

At 3.4 miles with 11 turns “The Glen” is a racetrack steeped in history with all racing series – F1, IMSA, NASCAR, Indy Car, WSC, Trans-Am & Can-Am.

We talk about tires and suspension on a 71 McLaren M8 in Car 101, Racing 101 starts to get more intense on a track with twice as many turns, get spokesperson advice on telling your story, get a lesson in track physics, and hear from Sarah Montgomery of MotorTrend TV’s “The Drive Within.”

RELEASE DATE: January 28

VIR SINGLE TRACK

VIRginia International Raceway is one of Car and Driver Magazine’s top six road courses in the nation and “heaven on earth!” according to the late Paul Newman.

We continue Car 101 talking about chassis and engine on a 71 McLaren M8, we now to start to breaking down turns into groups to perfect our line in Racing 101, we talk about our social media checklist as our marketing story grows, we explore job opportunities at the driving simulator manufacturer ATS, and hear from special guest Dean Case.

RELEASE DATE: February 4

WEATHERTECH RACEWAY LAGUNA SECA SINGLE TRACK

Driven by famed racers, this is a very technical track including the Corkscrew’s turns and drops.

We hear from Laguna Seca’s track foreman who is an avid iRacing enthusiast Dillon DeBord, talk about aero on the 71 McLaren M8 in Car 101, Racing 101 gets technical on our “home” racetrack, the word “practice” is repeated often as we cover public speaking, and we explore a variety of job opportunities with Carvana.

RELEASE DATE: February 11

MICHELIN RACEWAY ROAD ATLANTA SINGLE TRACK

Ready for the challenge of elevation changes and blind corners? Level up with our last track of the Sprint Series at Road Atlanta.

The racing gets intense as we practice on the track that hosts the Petit Le Mans, comparison different types of racecars in Car 101, get spokesperson advice on answering questions, and go in-depth at iRacing as we explore a variety of job options for those who love racing and esports!

RELEASE DATE: February 18