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Coaching Services

  • Driver Coaching 

  • Data & Video Analysis 

  • Chassis Set-up

  • Racecraft

  • Driver Development Program 

Coaching on Racing Simulators


It is important to have a good understanding of the fundamentals whether you are looking to attend your first High-Performance Driver Education event (HPDE) for fun, are interested in competitive racing, or just want to be a safer driver.

There is a lot to learn when it comes to driving cars fast.  Understanding the racing line, the importance of vision training, reference points, the tire's "Friction Circle", weight transfer, braking techniques, and learning HOW to approach the limits is the foundation of driving skill and the key to safety, consistency, and improving as a driver.

There are also a few key DOs and DON'Ts that I have identified and preached over the years that have saved many clients from small mistakes escalating to a bad day.

My beginners courses are very flexible and are tailored to the specific goals of my clients.  These courses can range from being slow-paced, low pressure, and safety and fun-focused, to being achievement-oriented, and extremely in-depth with 'homework' to make the learning curve as steep as the effort put into the preparation.  This can deliver more than a 3-day racing school's worth of knowledge into 1 day.



Practice does not always make perfect.   Perfect practice makes perfect.  Knowing what to focus on and HOW to improve is the key to lowering lap times and not hitting a 'plateau'.

After having a good foundation, working on consistency and having a methodical approach is the next step in improving driver skill.  


Data does not lie.  Learning how to look at and understand the squiggly lines to see the differences in speed traces, throttle inputs, brake pressure, and how they affect lap time and consistency is an important tool for the intermediate driver.  


Watching videos side-by-side and relating it to the data, learning track-specific knowledge and how to take notes further builds on that consistency. 

Continuing to refine approaching the limit safely and gaining seat time experiencing the car moving around more further improves confidence, car control, and driving technique.

My intermediate courses are also tailored to the experience, strengths, weaknesses, challenges, and goals of my clients.



Getting to the top of the time sheets or the top of the podium takes experience.  Experience can be gained slowly or quickly, directly, or from the knowledge of others.

Making the right decisions and having a steep learning curve will make those goals happen sooner, and will cost far less than learning on your own or the "hard way".

Whether your goals are to further improve your skills or to make it to the top levels of racing, I have helped many drivers achieve these goals over the years including coaching multiple NASCAR drivers to their first career wins.

Key elements of advanced and professional drivers are understanding vehicle dynamics, car setup, communication and feedback to the race team and engineers are crucial for the performance of the car and the success of the team.  Wheel-to-wheel racecraft (the high-speed chess game), mastering car control and driving inputs to get the car to respond in desirable ways, building on data analysis, race preparation, strategy, and the far greater amount of work off the racetrack is what it takes to be a professional race car driver.

My clients range from aspiring race car drivers, to actors, businessmen, professional NASCAR drivers, and teammates.  Everyone's situation and goals are different and I can help you realize and achieve them.

Contact to set up a coaching day!

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