Chevrolet and Ron Fellows Performance Driving School offer Corvette Stingray buyers up to $1,500 off the school’s program at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club in Pahrump, Nevada, where they can learn how to effectively and safely get the best of their new 460 horsepower sportscar on the racetrack.
Instructors at Ron Fellows’ school, equipped with Corvette ZR1 pace cars, lead participants around the course and coach them using their mirrors and a two-way speaker. As the pupils drive around the track, the instructors can look behind and remind them to pay attention to their turn-in and braking points, the location of the apex of the corner, what gear they are in and more. It’s a relatively safe and very effective way to learn how to drive around a racetrack, and it comes with the stamp of approval from one of NASCAR’s most legendary road course ringers.
Corvette Blogger recently had the opportunity to attend Ron Fellows’ driving school, and used their GoPro cameras to record the experience on both the interior and exterior of one of the school’s C7 Corvettes. If you’ve been thinking about dropping some cash on Fellows’ driving lessons, the video should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.