Students start rolling in at dawn. Lime Rock Park is breathtaking at that hour; a ring of fog-dappled hills surround the 1.54 mile circuit, looking just as they did some sixty years ago when the track was bulldozed out of Connecticut's Litchfield Hills. Braking, turn-in, apex, and track-out points are still exactly as Mario Andretti, Dan Gurney, Sam Posey, and Danika Patrick once navigated them. They're the very same ones a new racing driver will learn at Skip Barber Racing School's three-day course.

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Forget That Self Driving Vehicle, Wouldn't We All Be Safer If Everyone Went To Racing School Instead?

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