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Whether you want to learn the tricks the pros use or you simply have a need to go fast, the Internet can be of service to you. The United States, and the world for that matter, is now burgeoning with auto racing schools which typically last up to a few days and have you spend some time in a classroom and some time on the track (although you probably won't be racing against someone for some time). There are also plenty of sites out there that offer free advice and tips on how to conquer the track.
- Most sites that appear on an Internet search for "auto racing schools" will be individual schools. This could be unhelpful and tiresome if you are simply looking for a place in your vicinity. That is where sites like RacingSchools.com come in handy; this site lays out the different driving schools in your area, with brief descriptions of each.
- Because young kids are allowed to drive karts (unlike, let's say, Formula 1 cars), many professional racers, such as Danica Patrick, started out in karting. Karting sites often offer the best tips because they know they are speaking to people who may just be getting into the sport.