@Max you don't need to do a "racing program"...Chin Motorsport, Hooked On Driving, even BMWCCA HPDE are a great & economical way to learn how to drive your car in a safe & fast manner...you learn great car control....a racing school like Skip Barber or Bondurant are $$$$ though if your intention is to start racing you will at some point need to do a sanctioned school to get your race license.Parting with $14k makes it a little challenging for me LOL
But yes ... I would love to. I need to do a racing school at some point as I am getting more and more interested in possible trackdays in the future and living so close to the beautiful Club Motorsports track here
SRT does a Bobdurant school in AZ that is covered with the cost of buying the vehicle, why not Alfa?There is a track a stone's throw from Alfa's North American HQ and two others a short drive away. Smells like opportunity to me.
I have seen the same. Doesn't Nissan even do a gamer to racer program? Despite club racing (on and off) since 06, I am still awful at driving games. I guess I am not millennial enough.These days gaming systems seem to be a training ground, and I am hopeless at them.
Maybe then we "founders" will receive special attention.There is a lot I wish they did, but at the end of they day I think they are just concentrating on the sales and getting things off the ground. I hope in the future they will think of programs like this, and european delivery, etc.