Looking to get involved with drifting? The Team O’Neil drift driving course can introduce you to the sport or help you progress your skills and move out of the C group. We offer different levels of instruction that cater to everyone from beginners to intermediate drivers.
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Team O’Neil’s drift driving course takes our 20 plus years of loose surface instruction to paved surfaces. The course takes place at other facilities, currently at NH Motor Speedway. The course runs from approximately 9am-4pm.
Spend a day with us and you’ll learn the basics of car control, initiating the drift, drift angle, holding/carrying the drift, linking/transitions, lines and clipping points, vehicle setup, and what to expect when you attend a drift event.
We suggest using your own drift vehicle to learn in, this allows you to learn your vehicle’s handling characteristics, get suggestions from qualified techs on your vehicle setup, and get ready to maximize your enjoyment at events. Click here to learn about how to prepare your vehicle.
If you are looking to try drifting before purchasing a vehicle, rental cars will be available upon request. Team O’Neil is partnering with ISC Suspension to provide Nissan 350z drift cars and help students to develop proper vehicle setup and dynamics on their car.
Some of the skills you’ll develop include:
basics of car control
initiating the drift
holding/carrying the drift
linking and transitions
lines and clipping points
what to expect when you attend a drift event
Cost is $400 per student. Car rental is an additional $400 ($800 total). Sign up before April 1, 2017 and use the coupon code “drift2017” to save $150!
When booking the course with rental car, you will be charged a $500 deposit for any damage to the car. If no damage occurs you will be refunded the $500 following the course.
Select the number of people and your START date below.
603-444-4488 or email [email protected] if you have any questions.
-Tim O’Neil & Staff