About this event
DATE CHANGE: Thanks to the Blue Ridge Region of the SCCA, Evolution will be holding a Phase Two at Danville Airport in Danville, VA on Sunday October 18th. This program is great for anyone who has taken our Phase One, and is looking to take their driving to the next level. This program features 24 runs on four different course configurations, and all with our team of National Caliber instructors. Each student will work with two different instructors throughout the day.
Two driver cars are welcomed at all Evolution Schools, although do require two entry fees. One driver will need to register as the Primary Driver, and the other as the Co-Driver. Both drivers will receive the same amount of runs as any other student. Two driver cars are split in the Run/Work order, to allow the car to get a break during the day.
For directions, please go to: MAP
7:00 am Site Opens
7:30 am Tech Inspection
8:30 am Drivers Meeting (Mandatory)
8:45 am Instructed Sessions Begins
12:30 pm Working Lunch
1:00 pm Instructed Session Continue
5:00 pm Wrap-up Meeting
Pricing for each of the Evolution programs at this location is set at $270. For more information on this, as well as other Evolution Performance Driving Schools, please feel free to contact Mike "Junior" Johnson at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Blue Ridge Region of the SCCA, you can visit their site at: https://www.brr-scca.org
All Evolution Performance Driving Schools take place rain or shine, and students will use their own vehicle for training. Student's vehicles will under go a tech inspection the morning of, and all students should be sure to have plenty of fuel, oil, air, etc. for the day. Students are also required to wear a minimum of an M-2015 Rated Helmet. (Motorcycle Rated) If you do not have a helmet, loaners will LIKELY be available.
Some additional items that we would suggest bringing to the event include rain gear, sun glasses, sun block, and a hat. You may also want to consider bringing a folding chair, as well as a tarp in case of bad weather.