AMG Announces Driving Academy 2009/2010 Programme

AMG today announced the new Driving Academy programme for the 2009/2010 season that allows interested people to drive at high speeds, improve active handling safety and increase their racing skills with professional instructors. And because we're talking about instructors, you should probably know that the famous DTM and FIA-GT champion Bernd Schneider is now working as an AMG instructor.

Getting back to the new programme, it is now divided into five different skill levels: Emotion, Basic, Advanced, Pro and Masters. Obviously, each of these levels are especially designed to match every single driver who joins the courses, relying on specific lessons addressed to the respective category of participants.

"The choice extends from lifestyle-oriented events and race training events where the participants take their first steps towards the physical limits, right up to intensive racetrack training of a competitive nature - with varying levels of difficulty, and tailor-made to the individual needs of the participants," AMG said in a press statement.

"Licensed instructors with great motorsports experience impart their extensive knowledge in a professional manner. The learning effect is therefore directly combined with driving pleasure and passion."

One of the most attractive courses is the Emotion Tour calendar which includes a drive to Lake Constance and Vorarlberg, Bregenz/Austria. In addition, the new programme also includes lessons on famous circuits, such as the North Loop of the Nürburgring or the Grand Prix circuit in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium.

For more details regarding the AMG Driving Academy 2009/2010 programme, including specific details about the aforementioned skill levels, you should consult the official website of the Academy available here.
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