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In this episode Joey Todd and I talk about low-budget racing (if there is such a thing), what it costs to compete in budget endurance races, where the World Racing League is going and what’s new, what a new HPDE driver should focus on to be prepared for their first event, the Aha! moment that drivers (including Joey) experience, what impact technology (self-driving cars, electronic nannies) will have on our sport in the future, and advice if you’re heading to the track this coming weekend.
Joey owns and operates the World Racing League (WRL) series, a low-budget endurance racing series, as well as the Momentum Performance Driving Academy, a high performance driver education (HPDE) program running events primarily in the midwest.
The website that Joey refers to in this episode is www.racewrl.com, his email address is [email protected], and you can always call him the old-fashioned way at 844-RACE-WRL.
If you’d like more tips, advice and resources, check out my website at www.SpeedSecrets.com.
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