In that case I'd go with Lapping Days. They are based in Utah, and the closest they get to CA right now is Pahrump, but that's just 4 hours from my place, so it's doable. Mostly I prefer them because they are more informal, but just as professional, as "schools" I've attended. Get every guy wearing a yellow shirt into your car, get as many opinions as possible. Spring Mountain (Pahrumpp) is a very technical track, very tight, and not well suited to a heavy car like the M5 - which is PRECISELY why I recommend goingadam28 said:Alright!!:wroom: Now that's what I'm talking about. I mainly want to get some track time, but learn how to use the M5 to its ability. Thanks again for the feedback:M5thumbs:
I believe it's Karl, not Carl :byebye:Ronny Ghazal said:If you want to drive your own car there are lots of track days available everywhere (Fontana, Buttonwillow,Willowsprings). Most of those just let you on the track for a couple hundred a day. No instruction to speak of.
Driving concepts is a little more expensive, but much more organized and has great driving instructors that will be with you all the time if you wish.( around $400) Carl and Judy are great people.
For a real racing school you can't beat Bondurant in Phoenix. It is expensive, but worth every last dollar.