About this event
If you're considering advancing to the ranks of BMW CCA Club Racing, or interested in accelerating your BMW driving experience, the BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing School is the event is for you. The school is open to advanced BMW CCA HPDE students and instructors, as well as participants with equivalent driving experience from other recognized car clubs and organizations.
The BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing School, hosted by the BMW Tarheel Chapter is being held at VIR on April 1,2 2021. Successful completion of the BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing School will allow you to apply for a provisional (rookie) BMW CCA Club Race license and may quality you for a NASA, SCCA, AER, Porsche, CASC-OR (Canada), or other race licenses.
The BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing School consists of eight classroom sessions and eight track sessions. The classroom curriculum covers the fundamentals of closed circuit, door-to-door performance driving, competitive passing techniques, driver/race car preparation, and knowledge of BMW CCA Club racing rules.
On the track, you’ll experience various passing exercises, driving three-wide at speed, green-flag practice starts, and a full simulated race exercise; all under the watchful eye of the BimmerWorld and BMW CCA Club Racing On-track Coaches.
The learning is accelerated, the driving is fast, and the experience is unforgettable! Any car suitable for use in a BMW CCA HPDE event can be used. Participants do not need a race prepared car, and all manufactures/models of cars are welcome. Note that helmets must be either Snell SA2015 or SA2020.
You must be a member of the BMW Car Club of America to register and participate in the BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing School. Click here to join the BMW CCA https://www.bmwcca.org/
You may register now. However, before being accepted to attend the BimmerWorld BMW CCA Club Racing School you must submit your driving resume (ASAP) to Mike Hinkley –firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re not selected to attend, your payment will be refunded.
Your resume should detail:
- Your current driver proficiency level (intermediate, advanced, instructor and/or racer)
- The make, model, year, and modifications to your car
- State if you’re attending for driver development or if you plan to get your BMW racing license.
- Driving/racing organizations and tracks you have driven and total number of track days
- The type of events (driving schools, club days, open lapping, race schools, time trials, etc.) that you have run
- If you have been signed off to drive solo, how many track days you have driven solo
- The name and email address for two references (HPDE Chief Instructor, driving instructor, racing coach or licensed racer)
More information is available on our website.