i have taken two, penguin and teampromotion's.
penguin runs two schools at the same time, beginner and advanced. while the advanced guys are the track, you sit in corners and watch the lead instructure (then eric wood, not sure now with his busy schedule) go through each section of the course. this is a big help in watching what the fast guys do.
dislikes--rain, k591's, loudon's turn 3 and pavement sealer (combined).
teampromotion's was run differently. they do a classroom and then watch you on the track later, no follow the leader stuff, since most people in their school are members who have done follow the leader with them before. they spoke a lot about racing in general. we discussed the basics. then glenn spent a lot of time discussing what to do at the races, where to focus your energy. when to grid, tire warmers and a lot of valuable information beyond, just techniques. it was a really well done class and i loved it. plus with tpm there track time and a half. inanima check out www.teampromotion.com
you can get a lot of track time for little money. www.nesba.com
is another source, but i don't think they have a race school, but their slow group does the same thing as a race school. cbr600f4gd posted something on it not too long ago, now he's in the expert group.
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