Originally Posted by Scout
You’ve given me some options I haven’t thought of previously. I would probably he considered the tourist as mentioned, but I have a lot more time on my hands now so I hope to find a somewhat immersive experience to go to the next level.
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Hey, nothing wrong with being a tourist. You'll have a blast. Actually, I have never driven what we used to call "big door cars." I have daydreamed about going to one of those NASCAR door car schools just to see what they are like. 100% tourist.
I think most of the commercial schools have sessions with a name like "skid car," "slide car," etc. That experience will apply directly to street card driving, particularly in ice, snow, and rain. Good schools will also emphasize your eyes/where to look. That, too, is directly applicable to street driving.
Re club schools, at our region's club schools entry fees are cheap but you have to come with a legal and safe car for the class you'll run plus all the driver safety equipment; suit, helmet, etc. With the commercial schools borrowing all of that is in the fee.