Not every new kart racing circuit has the time or the patience to spend years learning about how to run their circuit in the most successful manner, the answer is venue training. Similarly not everyone has the time or the patience to spend years learning about how to go kart racing in the most successful manner, the answer is driver training.
Protrain have been training people for many years in the art of running a circuit and kart race training both in the UK and overseas. Not only does this enhance the skills of the drivers but it also enhances the status of a venue. From the venue owners point of view it is also an excellent source of income.
Venue Training is available as part of a new circuit consultancy package or as an on-demand training course. How should you try to run your circuit to provide both safety, equipment reliability and profit? Our 30 plus years in the karting business, running races up to British Championship level, handling up to 300 drivers with all their equipment, serves us well when advising others on how best to succeed.
We can help you train
- your marketing staff
- your reception team
- your race directors
- your circuit marshals
- your mechanics
Furthermore we can help you
- develop your circuit with a vast range of race styles and corporate entertainment
- make your circuit more profitable and more enjoyable to run
Training the Trainer
is available as part of a new circuit consultancy package or as an on-demand training course.
A typical training programme is set out below but these are always adaptable to the clients wishes:
- Day 1 - am - Lectures to trainers on training procedures, safety, handling your clients, familiarisation with the racing equipment and the kart. Basic kart racer training, walking the track, racing lines, braking points, use of the accelerator, timing drivers and developing a drivers performance
- Day 1 - pm - On the circuit each trainer with four drivers, practical experiences, trainers walk the circuit with the drivers, drivers on circuit, taking each driver in turn and looking at their performance, carrying out a debrief with instructions on points of note for next turn at driving
- Day 2 - am - Lectures on advanced driving techniques, kart set up, race control and training options
- Day 2 - pm - Practicals more intensive training with trainers and drivers
- Day 3 - am - Team relay race handicapped with trainers as team managers, demonstrates that motor racing is a team sport
- Day 3 - pm - Reverse circuit and training with drivers and trainers
- Day 4 - am - Team relay race handicapped on reverse circuit
- Day 4 - pm - Lecture to drivers and trainers on basic and advanced racing techniques, the karting world and going further in motor racing with videos