connor_helms Posted November 17, 2009 Share Posted November 17, 2009 Hi, just a few questions. I'm not a exactly new to the racing world, I've been at it since I was 6. I'm currently 17. My goal for next year is to complete a skip barber 3 day school. I don't want to buy my own car and build it up or start a team. I want to be able to drive for an already established team (established may be a bad choice of word, how about a team that needs a driver instead). I simply don't have the money to get a car and go racing, especially in the economic times we are seeing as of late. Will a skip barber certification be enough for me to break into the world of nasa and/or scca enduro as part of an already *established* team (there's that word again)? I want to be able to compete in the 25 and for that I would need roughly over 3 grand from sponsor money or out of my own wallet, but is that enough to get into this, just money? Something tells me this and my experienceshould be fair game for nabbing a seat in the NASA world, this isn't exactly grand-am/koni, but do any of you guys know for sure that a team will be willing to take me onboard as one of their drivers with nothing more than skip barber formula dodge experience? I'm on loose ends here on how to break away from karting and utilizing iracing.com in order to get a career in endurance racing on the way. Thanks for any and all advice, constructive criticism, etc. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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