Skip Barber Racing School Launches Alumni Membership - Engine Builder Magazine

Skip Barber Racing School Launches Alumni Membership

Skip Barber Racing School has launched its first-ever member program geared toward alumni of the school. Member levels include Paddock, Pit Lane and Pit Lane (Family), with each program providing access to select benefits. These include race weekend paddock passes, hot laps with SBRS instructors, a private buy/sell/trade community, access to the new SBRS Karting Academy based in New Jersey’s American Dream Mall, invitations to participate in race weekends, e-racing access, brand partner discounts, and more. 

The member program is part of a multi-year business expansion plan, including opening the 40,000-square-foot indoor karting facility at America’s Dream Mall in Bergen County, NJ.

“The Skip Barber Member Program gives us the opportunity to thank and unite our alumni with great events, online training tools, and a host of other programs, creating a true value proposition,” Chief Marketing Officer Dan DeMonte said. “We believe it’s important to build this community and look forward to launching the program.”

Skip Barber’s team provides over 200 instructional days each year and hosts more than 10,000 students at every skill level. Its alumni have taken podiums in every facet of motorsports and include Helio Castroneves, Josef Newgarden, Sarah Fisher, Danica Patrick, Lyn St James, and Juan Pablo Montoya.

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