We offer an optional insurance policy to limit your liability, as each racecar is very expensive. We provide training and high-quality racecars, so damage is unlikely, but we still recommend purchasing the insurance policy in order to reduce your financial exposure in the case of any incident.
If yes, why are they different? Passenger road cars are designed to safely and reliably transport its occupants from one point to another. Formula racecars are purpose-built to drive around a racetrack as fast as possible.
A racing driver’s career can be tumultuous. Every driver dreams of being a pro driver or racing in formula one. Dedication, self-discipline, and determination are key in making it to the top. Of the thousands of drivers that participate in racing, there are only 20 drivers that race in Formula Racing. It is the Olympics […]
With heart rates reaching close to 180 BPM in the cockpit, racing drivers are true athletes and follow rigorous training regimens. These include aerobic activities, weight training, stretching & diet.
In general terms, Formula cars are purpose-built for driving on a racetrack and are designed around specific regulations or “formulas” that creates parity between competitors. This includes engine capacities, size, weight, aerodynamics and technology aids, etc. Formula 1 is the pinnacle of Formula car racing, followed by Formula 2, 3, etc.
Downforce is “negative lift” generated by a racecars airfoils (wings) and overall design, which pushes the racecar into the ground at higher speeds, which generates additional traction. Ground effects is one factor in downforce and generated by proximity/alignment of the bottom of the racecar in relation to the road surface
Please see our News and Resources page, which provides much information on embarking on a career in race driving.
Formula 1 racecars are amongst the fastest in the world, in terms of top speed. They often reach speeds of 210 MPH / 336 KPH.