CAMS has partnered with Driver Dynamics to help ensure more people are involved in motor sport at a grassroots level, as well as producing safer drivers.
The Sandown based company will now run CAMS permitted high performance track days, with graduates from the training encouraged to take part in CAMS affiliated club events.
CAMS CEO Eugene Arocca said the partnership would have far-reaching benefits.
“Of course any kind of driver training has its own and obvious benefits for road safety,” Arocca said.
“But an added bonus of these high performance track days is the positive aspect for our clubs, who can benefit from potential new members and event participants.
“As part of our partnership, the team at Driver Dynamics will actively encourage those taking part in the training to seek out a car club to further their passion in motor sport.”
Prices start at $350 and more information about Driver Dynamics’ high performance track days is available here: http://driverdynamics.com/high-performance-track-days/
Published: 14 February, 2018