Go from zero to race car driver in three easy steps. The Lucas Oil School of Racing provides the most cost effective and convenient way to transition from karting to cars, to start a career in motorsports, or to just race for the fun of it.
STEP 1: Complete a Basic 2-Day
Whether it is your first time in a race car, or the first time in a while, the Basic 2-Day ($3,499 – $3,899) will get you up to speed. Two eight hour days of on- and off-track instruction will teach you the nuts and bolts of driving a race car around a race track, and how races are conducted.
Basic 2-Day Eligibility
Already completed a racing school or have other previous experience? Check Advanced 2-Day eligibility to see if you can skip this first step.
STEP 2: Complete an Advanced 2-Day
There is no substitute for seat time, and the Advanced 2-Day ($3,499 – $3,899) gives it to you. Three 30-minute on-track sessions followed by instructor feedback and an introduction to data acquisition analysis. Learn a new track and learn about yourself while you prepare for your first race.
Advanced 2-Day Eligibility
Prior to participating in their first Advanced Lapping program, drivers must successfully complete a Basic 2-Day program. We also welcome drivers who have completed other accredited basic racing school programs, or who hold a current SCCA Novice or Full competition License, a NASA Competition License, or similar accredited racing license, or who have documented racing or race car testing experience. Please inquire.
STEP 3: Race
With your Basic 2-Day and Advanced 2-Day requirements out of the way, your next step is the big one: racing. The Lucas Oil Formula Car Championship Series is an entry-level, arrive-and-drive championship that provides wheel-to-wheel competition to prepare young drivers for a career in motorsports.
Lucas Oil Formula Car Masters runs with the Race Series, and is for drivers age 30 and older who are looking to enjoy friendly competition with other drivers of similar experience and skill levels.
Each step of the way, the Lucas Oil School of Racing provides the car (including fuel, tires, and maintenance), the crew, the expert instruction and coaching, and even the safety equipment if you need it (just bring your own racing shoes and gloves).
Do you think you have what it takes? The Lucas Oil School of Racing will help you find out.
These requirements are general guidelines. Any exceptions to these requirements is at the sole discretion of Lucas Oil School of Racing.