RACE CAR DRIVER.
An Arrive & Drive Race School, Providing You With Race Suits, Helmets and Prepped-Formula Race Car. We have a Program for Every Experience Level.
Full Season Pre-Pay6 Race Events - 18 Races
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Full payment of $53,994 due by 5/1
Pay As You Go1 Race Event - 3 Races
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Pick the dates and tracks that work for your schedule
EXPERIENCE THE THRILL OF AN OPEN WHEEL RACE CAR.
Most frequent questions and answers
12 Years and Older. Our masters series is for individuals 30+ years old.
Drivers with no competitive karting or previous race car testing experience must be at least 16 years of age and posses a driver’s license from their state, province, or country of residence (provisional licenses are accepted, learner’s permits are not).
These requirements are general guidelines. Any exceptions to these requirements is at the sole discretion of Lucas Oil School of Racing.
We bring our fleet of race cars to road-course tracks all over the country. Please refer to our Basic and Advanced 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.
Yes. Please reach out to us either by phone, chat or email so we can discuss what your looking to achieve.
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. There is no fee for the Letter of Compliance.
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.