“This is very exciting for us,” said former Formula One driver and school founder, Allen Berg. “Eibach is the world standard for racing springs, in fact, our Tatuus formula cars come Eibach-equipped right from the factory in Italy.”
Working directly with Eibach, located only about 20 miles down the I-15 from the Auto Club Speedway, the school will be able to give advanced students even more real world experience learning about race-critical spring choices and settings.
The school’s new headquarters location in Fontana, California puts them right in the middle of all sorts of great racing, and in right range of thousands of eager students. As far as race training machines, open wheel cars like theirs are perhaps the most sensitive to changes of all types for racing vehicles.
“With a super stiff carbon fiber chassis,” Berg explained, “High downforce wings front and rear, Hankook racing slicks, a strong 1,600cc twin cam engine backed up by a instant-shifting 5-speed sequential gearbox … and Eibach springs, these cars are not only quick, but hyper- responsive to a smart, clean driving style,” said Berg.
“Having the very best springs aboard every car, every lap, is something that makes our package a terrific learning experience for every ABRS student from the first time tyro to the most advanced pro. And all of those laps will be on Eibachs of course!” Berg added.
The ABRS motto: “World Class” can just as readily be applied to Eibach’s commitment to quality. Eibach springs are essential components of winning race team’s arsenals world wide.
Here (in their own words) is how Eibach thinks about its mission: “Eibach regards Motorsports as the ideal proving ground. The experience we gain at the highest levels of racing is directly converted into the development of the highest-grade chassis components on the planet. And the enthusiasm created by the challenges of motorsports drives us to ever-higher performance—performance that you will enjoy every time you drive.”
… And an Allen Berg Racing Schools course is the perfect place to perfect what Eibach is really all about: “The Will To Win”.