Radford Racing School Adds Trans Am Program

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Photo courtesy of Radford Racing School
Photo courtesy of Radford Racing School


Radford Racing School has debuted a Trans Am racing program developed in collaboration with driver development coach and champion NASCAR and Xfinity Series racer Chris Cook.

“We’re pumped to break new ground as the only school in the country to offer this type of Trans Am racing program,” said Mike Kessler, the general manager of Radford Racing School. 

The new program features late-model TA2 race cars offered by Chris Cook Performance through Tom Nelson Motorsports. Each TA2 race car features a full tube-frame chassis with no electronic steering, ABS, or traction control, with a 500-plus horsepower engine and four-speed manual transmission.  

The program will be available beginning November 1. It will include classroom instruction covering fundamentals and techniques, followed by safety training and lead-and-follow exercises in a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat to “become familiar with the race track.” After, students will complete 10 to 50 laps based on their program option. 

For more information, visit radfordracingschool.com.

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