And by 'North America' we mean Canada.

Admittedly, word of this new Ferrari Driving Experience broke days ago, but apparently a bad case of daydreaming over the prospects found us asleep at the wheel on the story. At any rate, the Experience is a two-day training session at the Mont Tremblant track, with the drivers spending the night at the Quintessence Hotel. Training is done in F430s (pictured). Cost is $8,200 and looks like it’s limited to fifteen drivers at any one time. Techniques taught by the instructors include threshold braking, controlling acceleration, and "discovering the limits of adhesion" in various conditions. Though there are classes, most of the two days are spent on the track.

More information, including website addresses, can be found at the article.


(Thanks for the tip, Bob!)

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