Bob Bolles and Bubba Gale representing Chassis R&D and Gale Force Suspension, are proud to announce their new online racing school. Here you will learn all about the parts and pieces of a race car and how to design and setup those cars for maximum performance. This is the perfect format for learning. You can progress in your school courses at your own pace. You can do this at home, or anywhere you have access to a computer or tablet. It is easy, fun and very affordable.
Take advantage of many years of racing industry knowledge from some of the most talented and experienced experts we could find. Over the next years time, we will be adding more and more courses dealing with subjects such as Race Car Technology, Race Car Aerodynamics, Race Car Force Measurement and Design, Dirt Car Setup, How To Crew Chief A Winning Team, Race Shock Design and Tuning, Race Car Driving School, and more.
These multiple courses will be presented over time by industry experts that and will prove valuable for anyone from novice to professionals. Everyone will gain knowledge from taking our courses. The Online Racing School courses contain the very latest in racing technology. Racing technology evolves year to year and you will keep up with the current trends by becoming a student at ORS.
Get to know all of the systems and parts of a modern day race car. Become an expert at setting up and tuning the chassis. The information is for all race car types. Gain valuable knowledge about how race teams prepare their cars for competition.
Earn a certificate after completion of Race Car Technology, Levels One, Two and Three to show perspective employers, use for advancement within your team, or just to show off to your friends and family. Check out our currently available Courses and ones that will be available soon. Be sure to look for Bundled Courses that contain multiple courses on the same subject that are discounted.
This course explains and defines the chassis systems associated with a race car. These systems are unique to true race cars while being common, in many cases, between different classes and forms of racing. The information is carefully presented so that anyone can understand it.
The course will teach you about the systems professionals use to build and setup their cars to win races and championships. Even if you have never raced or will race, the information presented here will teach you how those who do race accomplish their success. For those who are currently racing, or will be a part of a race team, Level One will help you understand the systems of a race car better than ever before and help you reach your goal of winning races.
The course is useful for anyone who is either already involved with racing or anyone who is interested to know more about how race cars are constructed and setup. If you have any interest in motorsports, desire to one day be a part of a race car team, or are now working with a team in some capacity, this course is necessary and beneficial.
In Level Two we take you to the race car and begin working with all of the systems we discussed in Level One. This is a more advanced course and builds on the information contained in Level One.
We go through each Lesson discussed in Level One in much more detail and in a way that helps you work with the race car to accomplish defined goals. The material in Level Two will teach the student how to be a car chief or a crew chief. With this knowledge, the student will be able to work with a team and perform important functions necessary to increase the performance of the race car.
Upon completion of Level Two, the student will be well informed as to each and every critical function of a race car and know how to work with all of the systems associated with the chassis.
Level Three continues the education of the student to an upper tier knowledge base that few every accomplish. There is information contained in Level Three that few racer, let alone degreed engineers, have ever been exposed to.
This takes race car setup and design to a level that few racers have ever known. We will take the information in Level Two and put it to the test. We'll teach you how to exactly setup the most common race cars, and how you should setup every race car.
We'll do calculations where the instructor will walk the student through every step along the way. The information is technical, but not overly so that you cannot grasp it and use it.
Upon completion of Levels One through Three, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion suitable for framing. This will serve as a notice to friends, co-workers and race teams that you have a high degree of knowledge about race car setup, design and engineering.
The many dedicated courses contained in ORS explain and defines all of the chassis systems associated with a race car. These systems are unique to true race cars while being common in many cases between different classes and forms of racing. The information is carefully presented so that anyone can understand it.
The end goal for anyone who seeks further knowledge of race car technology is to help make a race car faster. The course will teach you how professionals build, design, and setup their cars to win races and championships. Even if you have never raced or will race, the information presented in these courses will teach you how those who do race accomplish their success. For those who race or will be a part of a race team, ORS will help you get better and reach your goal of winning races.
The courses are useful for anyone who is either already involved with racing or anyone who is interested to know more about how race cars are constructed and setup. If you have any interest in motorsports, desire to one day be a part of a race car team, or are now working with a team in some capacity, this course is necessary and beneficial.
The many professional authors we use designed and wrote these courses to be easy to understand and to follow along with the instructor. We know that some of you might not have any previous knowledge of race car technology, and so we wrote most of the ORS courses to help you get the information without getting overly technical. The more technical presentations will be presented in the more advanced courses and you can judge by the descriptions of those courses if they are right for you.
We highly recommend that everyone when starting out, no matter how much previous knowledge you have, take and understand the material in the RCT Level One course. The reason is, the RCT Level Two and Three courses, as well as other courses, build on the information presented here and without taking the Level One course first, some of the material presented in future ORS courses will be harder to understand.
Once you have successfully completed the three RCT courses and passed the exams, you will receive a Certificate of Completion suitable for framing. This provides you with proof positive of having taken and retained important information about race car technology that you can show to others, including potential employers, fellow race team members and family.
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