The first NorCal round of the FastSideways Car Control Clinic is coming up soon!
Join the fun with SpeedSF on October 5th at Thunderhill Raceway to learn all about how to control tire slip in your car to push it even faster.
This class is a half-day course, limited to 12 students with three dedicated instructors (and professional photographer!) on deck. Each lesson is carefully planned out to give you first the basics, then more advanced techniques you will need to control your car at the limit. Instructors demonstrate the techniques, then ride with students to give on-the-fly intensive instruction, each time you drive.
Class begins at 11:00am and goes to 4:30pm. Contact [email protected] to reserve your spot (and put "Thunderhill" in the subject line)!
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Meet 23 year old @jasonpiercyracing/@jptrackmeister, a local aspiring racer from San Francisco. Coached by @nikromanoracing, he began his grassroots racing career in 2018.
By the beginning of 2019, Jason competed in his first 24 hour Enduro at Buttonwillow with Team22 Racing (@tisthejameson), who, in a Mazda Miata, brought home 3rd in class during the final stint of the race!
In April of this year, Jason received his NASA regional license and will continue to test for next season’s NASA racing series in the ST4 class. He will be driving Nik Romano’s Lexus IS300 and will be adding on a front splitter and wing in order to stay competitive in the class.
Additionally, he is developing IS300 racing suspension alongside Nik for @annexsuspension based out of Fremont. Jason’s overall goal is to attain a full NASA license to further his racing career.
Jason’s thoughts on SpeedSF: “SpeedSF has friendly rules regarding passing but everyone shows respect to each other when passing and they are not only aware of their surroundings at all times, but know how to properly execute a point-by or even just pull over to one side to let the faster driver through. SpeedSF has been memorable for me due to the safety the organizers provide, the friendships made, and the network built. Overall, there is a great sense of community with SpeedSF and its drivers/supporters. Everyone attempts to lend a hand if they can also, from driving tips to even wrenching! Having a coach on track is phenomenal to shave down seconds, if not, tenths of seconds.”