TrackTime provides an array of racing and driving school offerings, ranging from the Formula 3 and Stock Car schools using school supplied race cars, to the Performance school where the driver uses their own car with an option to rent a school car, to the Autocross school.

Last Updated: 2007-01-07

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TrackTime Driving Schools, Inc.
510 W. Main Street
P.O. Box 545
Manchester, MI 48158

(866) 2-DRIVE-1
(734) 428-2700
(734) 428-2703 (fax)


This section is based on the state of the school in late 2004, and needs to be updated.

Stock Car School

A variety of options are offered ranging from "Qualifier" (6 laps, $350 2004 pricing) to "Advanced" (2 day, 64 total laps, $2495 2004 pricing). A super school is offered which combines both Stock Car and Formula 3 driving. This school is offered only at Michigan International Speedway.

Formula 3 School

Two options are offered, 12 laps (2004 pricing: $595) and 24 laps (2004 pricing: $995). Additionally, the super school is available. This school is offered only at Michigan International Speedway.

Performance School

These 1 and 2 day schools are offered at a variety of race tracks. Using the drivers own car, 2004 pricing is $350 for the 1 day school (three 30 minute sessions) and $650 for the 2 day school (six 30 minute sessions). Using a rented BMW Z3, the pricing is $850 and $1600 for the one and two day schools.

In 2004, these schools are offered at Michigan Speedway, Road America, Putnam Park Raceway, Gingerman Raceway, Watkins Glen International, Virginia International Raceway, Gateway International Raceway, Buttonwillow Raceway, Mazda Raceway (Laguna Seca), Sebring International Raceway, Thunderhill Park and Willow Springs.

Autocross School

This one day school costs $100, and focuses on Autocross skills. It is offered only at Michigan International Speedway.

Historical Note

TrackTime started in 1984 as a spinoff from the popular Porsche Club and BMW Club style driving schools. It has since evolved quite a bit into its current form. The Performance school still generally resembles the PCA/BMW CCA model.

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