Formula 3 Racing School
Offering the most advanced fleet of school racing cars in the world, the lowest instructor-to-student ratio in the industry, a state-of-the-art facility, and a road course at Sonoma Raceway that forms part of the current IndyCar, NASCAR, and WTCC calendars, our Formula 3 Racing School is a proven destination in the California Bay Area for current and aspiring open-wheel racers, as well as motoring enthusiasts.
- Lola Simraceway Formula 3:
- World’s most advanced racing school car
- Meets 2007 FIA crash safety standards
- Data acquisition systems on all cars
- Knowledgeable, friendly staff:
- Instructors current, professional racecar drivers
- Cars maintained by a former F1 crew chief
- Courses run by chief and senior instructors only
- Ultimate training facility:
- SCCA accredited—racing licenses available
- Safety equipment provided, pro shop on-site
- Classes offered year-round, rain or shine
After a brief introductory meeting, drivers will be fitted for their high performance race car and supplied with all the necessary equipment. Then, after a short briefing on cockpit procedures, it’s out onto the world-famous Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma California, where one of our expert instructors will be on hand to aid acclimatization. Finally, it’s time to open the throttle, with multiple lapping sessions around the 2.52-mile track at ever-increasing speeds.
Day two opens with more driver technique training lessons on both track and skid pad, as participants learn how to control the car at the limit of adhesion. Then, after an important class covering open lapping and the rules of the road, it’s time to take all those new skills onto the track in two adrenaline-pumping sessions.
With its one-on-one instruction and cutting-edge training tools, some of the world’s best drivers have already benefited from this advanced program, which offers a unique opportunity to explore Sonoma Raceway at full racing speeds and downforce levels and allows drivers to perfect the fine details that can make all the difference on race day.