Safe Driving Courses, the first level of our Courses, are dedicated to anyone who wants to improve their driving safety and quality.

The standard agenda of the course includes the arrival at the racetrack at 8:45 and the end of the activities by 17:30.

The exercises carried out in Safe Driving Courses are:

Correct driving setting
First session of track laps, with practical application of the concepts previously presented during the theory session.

Miniskid car
Mechanical device that causes a rear skid at low speed, that has to be controlled with the correct steering and accelerator management technique.

Emergency braking with avoidance of sudden obstacle
Emergency braking simulation on artificially wet surfaces. 

Braking modulation: driving on the track with Driver-Instructor on board
Track lap sessions with an exclusive focus on braking modulation based on driving needs: from emergency braking to modulated braking.

Driving on the track with Driver-Instructor on board

Track laps sessions to increase the in-depth analysis of individual driving techniques: setting the curve trajectories, braking modulation, use of the accelerator, correct use of the engine’s torque-power.

Driving on the track with Driver-Instructor on board and telemetry
Cars with telemetry device: driving quality measurement. Collect data during testing to constantly improve the driving quality: accelerator, steering, brakes, speed.
Graphic comparison between the Telemetry trace of the Driver-Instructor and the one created by the participant.

Next available dates:

Friday 26 January 2024
Friday 09 February 2024
Saturday 17 February 2024
Saturday 24 February 2024
Saturday 09 March 2024
Saturday 16 March 2024
Friday 22 March 2024
Saturday 06 April 2024
Monday 22 April 2024
Monday 06 May 2024
Tuesday 14 May 2024
Sunday 26 May 2024
Friday 14 June 2024
Saturday 22 June 2024
Saturday 29 June 2024
Saturday 13 July 2024
Friday 26 July 2024

Info and costs:
€ 790,00+TAX
(excluding hotel accommodation)

+39 0525 5510

N.B. agenda and programs may vary according to the number of participants and the period of development.