Racing School Guide: AISA Race Academy

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Racing School Guide: AISA Race AcademyLocation: Autodrome St- Eustache, St-Eustache, QC; Calabogie Motorsports Park, Calabogie, ON
Price Range: $500-750
Website: www.perryautolaval.com

The instructors of the AISA Academy have been working together since 1998, the team is united again to offer the absolute best training in amateur motorsports in Canada.

Our comprehensive and progressive curriculum provides you with a solid base on which to build on and allows you to progress at a pace that you feel comfortable with. You will be amazed as to what level of understanding and competence that your driving will elevate to, all that in a safe and controlled environment.

In our school you will provide the car (which makes the most sense since you will learn with the same car you get to drive every day, easier for applying your new found technique).

We will cover:

  • Driving in tight groups (vision)
  • Driving position including body and hand positioning
  • Heel & toe and downshifting (the right way)
  • Threshold braking and acceleration and their subtleties
  • The ideal racing lines and car control at the limit
  • Passing (under brakes, acceleration, drafting, etc..)
  • Physics involved in a (race) car
  • Mental aspect (racecraft)
  • How to listen to and feel your car
  • Race starts simulations , flags ,security and event officials

Our once again, newly revamped manual is by far the most complete and professional in North America. Our instructors make up thevery best and most diverse team ever! (2-3 students per teacher assure you the right ratio for the best results).

We teach awareness, precision and to be in touch with your racing environment. Once mastered, the technique of speed comes quite easily. Speed and safety are the rewards of profound awareness of your environment.

With over 1,300 student drivers in 12 years, our students are from different age groups and from all walks of life however they all have one thing in common: they all have trusted the Academy for their driver training. Many of our student return for a 2nd school and others come back a third time.

Students wanting accreditation for motorsport events: AISA will offer a targeted tuition and an in depth program. Admissibility to this program depends on previous experience. Motorsports is a serious sport and we make sure our graduates have adequate abilities to manage a competitive environment and drive in a safe manner.

Either way, the Academy is great way to spend time on the track with excellent instruction. Alumni of our Academy can be seen winning or front runners as well as “rookie of the year” in most of the solosport championships, Touring, GT, F1600, Echo Cup both with FSAQ and CASC-OR.


2012 ProgramsRacing School Guide: AISA Race Academy

The Association des Instructeurs de Sport Automobile (AISA) Race Academy is a 2 ½ day race school aimed at improving on-track driving, for all ability levels from new drivers all the way up to road race license applicants. No matter what level you have achieved so far as a driver, our experienced staff will help you take it up a notch. The school features classroom sessions as well as many hours of on-track exercises. Each student uses her or his own car for the exercises. The goal is to improve each student’s awareness and performance on track.

Our staff is made up of a combination of amateur and professional racers as well as experienced professional instructors, with a three to one student to instructor ratio. The school is a great introduction to on-track driving for those who have no experience, but many seasoned veterans also sign up to shake off the rust at the beginning of the race season.

The AISA Race Academy is accredited by ASN-Canada-FIA and ASQ to grant wheel-to-wheel road race licenses as well as Time Attack licenses. Our crew has been working together since the 90’s and will make your on-track experience a memorable one.

Registration forms can be found in the ASE Club section of the Perry Performance & Competition website.

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