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Abe_Froman Posted - 05/08/2013 : 10:46:50
Looking for some clarification...

So let's say I have 5 track days at a track, and I'm trying to get solo rated. I end up getting solo rated at say, Sebring.

Now I go to Homestead. Do I have to do 5 track days at Homestead to get solo there? How does that work?

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Abe_Froman Posted - 05/09/2013 : 14:18:46
Thank you, that clears it up.
The management Posted - 05/08/2013 : 20:57:39
In Chin Motorsports’ protocol, solo qualifications are track-specific. Since different tracks offer unique challenges and varying ‘degree of difficulty’, it’s appropriate to get specific coaching at each track. If a driver is visiting a new track for the first time, the appropriate classification is novice. Then, you get the benefit of having an expert instructor give coaching and provide a steep learning curve to get oriented and familiar with a new track. However, we are always interested in qualifying a driver for solo status as soon as they are comfortable doing so. As a driver acquires more and more days on track, it is natural to get comfortable and on pace sooner when visiting a new track. There is no 'mandatory minimum' number of days with an instructor. It's all about demonstrating clean, consistent, repeatable laps to get solo qualified.

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