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#1 (permalink) Old 08-24-2004, 11:37 PM
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Hey, I live in Mid Michigan (Jackson, MI) , and was wondering if someone could help me find a good driving school. Also, how much do you think it will end up costing? I'm thinking my best bet would be to ask the BMW dealership in Ann Arbor where I can find a school, but i'd rather ask you guys first. Thanks.

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doo you live near WI? cause if you do, skip barber has a school out at a road america. check it out if you want. I'm going to the one at Laguna Seca soon... how does 500 HP viper or open wheel lightweight racecar going down the corksrew sound??!! :P


http://www.skipbarber.com

or if you want there is a great school in Arizona, Bob Bondurant

http://www.bondurant.com/

Bondurant is the best for beginers because they have the skid car, which simulates skids at the descision of the instructor. Much better than just going fast in water. Check that out too.

Hope this helps!!

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Dude, i'm just going to save up a buttload of money, and fly out to CA. That Laguna Seca school looks like it would kick so much ass.

Or I could just go to the one a couple hours away in Ohio.

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