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Driver Development

In addition to the Annual Meet, FCA Track Events are held by its regions and chapters throughout the year at major race tracks around North America.

The purpose of an FCA track event is to provide the owners of Ferraris with a venue where they can have the pleasure of driving their cars safely at the speeds for which the cars were designed in a controlled and safe manner and to create opportunities to improve their driving skills.  To this end, track events are for driver development.  Participants may be inexperienced drivers, drivers unfamiliar with a given course, or even highly experienced drivers who wish to improve their skills.  Coaching and instruction is tailored to the individual driver’s needs.

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Download important information about Driver Development Track Events

FCA Track Event Manual - (rev. January 2016)

FCA Technical Inspection Form - (rev. January 2016)

FCA Track Events are opportunities for driver development – not racing schools. For qualified drivers who own historic Ferrari Challenge cars (348/355/360/430) FCA sanctions Historic Challenge Races in conjunction with some FCA Track Events.