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Chin Track Days, one of the leading providers of non-competition track events in the USA, has become the first High Performance Driver Education (HPDE) program to achieve Level II certification of the new Motorsport Safety Foundation (MSF) CERTIFIED instructor initiative.
When the program was first announced, I went through MSR and signed up, but did not begin any of the lessons.
I'm now not seeing away to access the program, aside from reregistering, which MSR won't let me do because I already am.
Does anyone have a list of all of the organisations that can give the Level 2 (and up) certification?
I have my Level 1 and I am looking for the organisations with Level 2+ certifications, and I am sure that I am not alone in needing to find this information. Let's make it public knowledge, so that it is easier to obtain the Level 2+ certification.
How many sanctioning bodies have rules that require the electric fuel pump to be shut off in case the race vehicle no longer has oil pressure- no matter the reason? It appears that several larger fires recently were fed by fuel provided by an electric fuel pump after engines had stopped/oil pressure ceased.
Battery disconnect switches are ok- and not always effective. It is my opinion that oil pressure based control and redundant power cutoffs, combined with proper rule enforcement/inspections will reduce the fire hazard for both participants and safety personnel.
We¹ve had many, many people offer their assistance in helping the program grow and improve. They recognize the value and importance of the program to our industry and community, and want to help. This sport seems to attract great, forward-thinking and helpful people like that. You probably wouldn¹t be reading this if you weren¹t like that, too.
We lost another instructor and student in a horrific crash. Gentleman RIP.