Frequently Asked Questions

Driver Eligibility

There is NO specific age requirement.  Generally, drivers should have experience driving karts and be at least 5 ft tall.  Give us a call and one of our instructors will help you get a WAIVER


These requirements are general guidelines. Any exceptions to these requirements is at the sole discretion of Lucas Oil School of Racing.   Call 561-200-7223 to determine your eligibility if you have any other questions or to REQUEST A WAIVER!  

Prior to participating in their first Advanced Lapping program, drivers must successfully complete a Basic Racing School program or have equivalent experience. We also welcome drivers who have completed other accredited basic racing school programs or equivalent experience.

Please email us to determine your eligibility or if you have any other questions. 561-200-7223

Prior to participating in their first Race Series event, drivers must complete at least one (1) Advanced 2-Day program or equivilent experience . We also accept previous experience from other racing school programs and recognize most competition licenses. 

These requirements are general guidelines Any exceptions to these requirements is at the sole discretion of Lucas Oil School of Racing. Please contact us to determine your eligibility or if you have any other questions.

About the Programs

We bring our fleet of race cars to road-course tracks all over the country.  Please refer to our Basic and Advanced Racing School pages for currently scheduled locations and dates.

We will provide you with a suit and helmet to use during your program, and of course the Ray Formula Cars GR-RSC race car you will drive during your program. 

Please contact us if you have any questions on recommended gear to bring.

Top speed will vary from track to track depending on how long straights are, but our race cars are capable of speeds in excess of 130 MPH.

No. With the Pro-Shifter paddle shifter technology you only need to learn how to operate the clutch to get the car moving and to stop. From there it is a simple matter of pulling the steering wheel-mounted paddles to change gears; the left paddle for downshifting, the right paddle for upshifting.

Racing shoes and racing gloves are recommended. If you have your own suit and helmet, you can bring them as well, as long as they meet applicable current car racing safety (Snell, SFI, FIA, etc.) standards.

Please contact us if you have any questions on recommended gear to bring.

We will provide a continental breakfast as well as refreshments throughout each day. Lunch is available for purchase for you and your guest(s). Lodging, transportation are at your expense.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

It will vary somewhat for each program, but in our Basic 2-Day and Advanced Lapping programs you will drive a total of 2.5 hours each day.


Yes. Drivers participating in Lucas Oil School of Racing programs are responsible for any damage that occurs while operating one of our race cars; up to $4,000.00 for the first incident in a Basic 2-Day program. $7,000 for the first incident in Advanced Lapping and the Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series.

More information about our crash damage liability policy can be found on our Terms & Conditions page. Please contact us if you have any questions.

No. There is no additional cost for our limited damage liability program.

Scheduling Policies

1. **Non-Refundable Payments**: The policy states that registration fees and other payments are non-refundable under any circumstance, regardless of the cause. This means that once you’ve made a payment, you won’t be eligible for a refund, even if you change your mind or face unforeseen circumstances.

2. **Rescheduling**: Under certain conditions, you may be allowed to reschedule your program. The specific conditions are as follows:

– **21 Calendar Days or More Before Program Start Date**: If you request a rescheduling 21 calendar days or more before the originally scheduled program start date, and you originally purchased the program at the full retail price, you can reschedule once to another available date and/or location without any additional charge.

– **Rescheduling Fee**: However, if you wish to reschedule your program again after the initial free rescheduling, a rescheduling fee of fifteen percent (15%) of the full retail price of your registration fee will be applied. In other words, if you reschedule multiple times, you’ll be charged this fee for each subsequent rescheduling.

This policy is common in various industries, including education and event planning, to manage scheduling and resource allocation. It essentially allows some flexibility in changing the program date or location under certain conditions but discourages frequent changes by imposing a fee for subsequent rescheduling requests.

There may be situations where we must cancel a program. If Lucas Oil School of Racing cancels a program, we will reschedule you to another program or issue you a full refund.

SCCA Licensing

The first step is to successfully complete a Basic 2-Day program. Once you complete your Basic 2-Day and our Advanced 2-Day courses, with approval by our Chief Instructor just send us an email requesting your SCCA Letter of Compliance, and please include your address of choice, since we will need to include it on the Letter, which we will email to you. The fee for the Letter of Compliance is $100. Next, if you haven’t done so already, join the SCCA. Then, once you receive your Letter, have a physical, and your physician completes your SCCA Examination and Medical History form, you submit these documents, along with your application and any applicable fees, to SCCA, which will issue you your license. Please visit the SCCA website for more information on this process.

Have a question we didn’t cover here or elsewhere on the website? Email it to us and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Maybe we’ll add it to the FAQs.

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