Day 1 â Orientation & Grouping campers into teams, all teams to be fitted with & review the proper use of safety gear, an assignment of drivers & a review of the proper operation of a race car, campers will learn about race track communications such as hand signals, racing flags, & track lights, followed by each camper taking a âTestâ Drive in the race cars, for evaluation purposes. Day 2 â All drivers will participate in the assembly of an engine, drivers will learn about each part and its function in a working engine, campers will have an on track driving session learning proper methods to safely enter and exit their pit box and pit lane, also line up procedures used on race day, utilizing the correct driving line, as well as entering and exiting the turns. Day 3 â Campers will learn about chassis set-up, what makes the car drive properly, what makes the car turn, how it reacts, reviewing terminology such as tight, push, under steer, & more, fabrication will also be covered, ending with a Driving session that will cover learning to pass other cars. Day 4 â Drivers will learn weight percentages of a race car, mathematical formulas pertaining to motorsports & moreâ¦ Public Speaking â Sponsors â Exposure: will all be reviewed with the Driverâs regarding the proper method of response when being interviewed, how to Thank team sponsors, and others who help the team achieve their goals, best methods of where to place the sponsor logos on the teams car and why. Interviewing skills will be evaluated while the driverâs gain experience by reviewing the week building up to âFast Fridayâ Fast Friday! Day 5 â Begins with teams having practice sessions, then Drivers will draw for their starting positions for the âQualifyingâ rounds, until the feature race is completed, at which time video, photos, & celebration to be held in Victory Lane will include all teams, with drivers being interviewed, presentations to be given, all sponsors will be acknowledged.