Guidelines for first time attendees of High Performance Driving Events
This is a compilation of the Profile articles that Ed Valpey wrote on driving one lap around the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It gives turn by turn analysis of NHMS, describing the various lines around this road course and is a “must read” for anyone interested in High Performance Driving. Martin Callahan has integrated each of these wonderful Profile articles into a 29 page “bible” on how to shave seconds off your time at NHMS.
For run group one students (and instructors) who are interested in advancing to Club Racing, we have revised our passing policy and set up infrastructure to allow those students to gain wheel-to-wheel experience at our High Performance Driving Schools.
For our High Performance Driving Schools, students will perform flagging duties as part of the learning experience. This explains each of the flags and when and how they are used. Required reading for all students!
Instructional material for our Advanced Driving Skills and High Performance Driving Schools. Each Driving School participant must review the Driving School Curriculum before attending any White Mountain Chapter Driving School.
Drawing of the road course at NHMS, showing false grid, grid, track out, turn numbers (for chicane-chicane), and track in.
The latest driving event forms are here.
Mission statement for the Driving Event committee.
Policy/guidelines for handling instructor/student conflicts at driving events.