If you want an intensive course, with one-to-one coaching in your own car, hosted by some of the best instructors in the UK, look no further.
MSVT's Track Academy is available at all six of our circuits and provides the best programme of driver coaching available in the UK. This bespoke course is a full day with a dedicated, one on one, instructor. The course is tailored to your needs, giving you results unrivalled by other training programmes. Driving fast whilst keeping a car balanced and under complete control requires skill and teaching. Any successful racing driver or experienced track day driver will tell you that training and practice is the only way to obtain this skill.
TRACK ACADEMY OR RACE ACADEMY?
If you are new to circuit driving we'll be covering everything you need to know to become a competent track driver. If you're looking to become a racing driver, we'll show you where the extra seconds are and how to go from beginner to winner.
Track Academy is a full-day course, in your own car, with an exclusive MSV driver coach, designed to get you up to speed with on-circuit driving. This course will help you improve your technique. Knowing the handling characteristics of your car and how to adapt your style to make the most of it are all skills that every track day driver needs. The price is £399 plus your chosen track day. The Track Academy features on each trackday booking page and the amount listed will include the trackday price.
This is a full day course, in your own car, to help hone your skills and take your racing licence test on the same day. The price (which includes your ARDS test fee) is £549 plus the price of your chosen track day. If you haven't done so already, you must order your Go Racing Pack (£100 plus P+P) in advance of the day. Race Academy is available at Brands Hatch, Snetterton and Oulton Park only. Please view our general trackdays at these circuits and request your prefered date by email or phone for availability.
Please note: participants must hold a full and valid UK driving licence which must be presented on the day. Open top cars similar to Caterhams are not suitable due to the poor ability to communicate in-car without an Intercom.