What are the key ingredients of a successful race?
Special racing equipment, such as: helmet, HANS (a head and neck support device), racing suit, special racing shoes, fire resistant underwear, gloves, race car and a racing track.
Special racing equipment such as: helmet, HANS (a head and neck support device), racing suit, special racing shoes, fire resistant underwear, gloves, race car and a racing track. Racing Driver’s License and application for participation in the series.
Contact “Arctic Energy Academy” and we will not only get you seated behind the wheel of a sports car but let you test it on the world’s top racing tracks! the world’s top racing tracks!
Theoretical and practical trainings are held under the caring supervision of our recognised coaches.
What is included in these trainings:
- racing theory;
- getting familiar with the track configuration;
- general physical preparedness in specially equipped sports facilities;
- undertaking training laps on the actual race tracks and in the professional racing simulator;
- individual analysis of the telemetric data.
Between 3 and 10 days of intensive track training depending on your personal experience and knowledge.
The age of the participants can vary from 4 to 70, according to the racing class and the championship’s conditions.
Racing is absolutely safe, as special equipment and installations in a race car reliably protect the driver from injuries.
A racing weekend takes from 2 to 5 days.
Following our racing program, the drivers demonstrate a more insightful and all-embracing understanding of how to drive safer on the public routes.