Perfect for individuals or groups of three looking for personalized instruction during a race weekend or car club event. Work with one of our expert instructors to receive the attention and customization necessary to excel on the racetrack.
Please call (419) 884-4000 with questions or to check availability of dates.
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course provides the following Sunoco Fuels:
Octane ratings are calculated by r/m method. All fuel is delivered by certified metered pumps. Purchaser assumes all responsibilities for fuel selection. All sales are final. Pumps are Monday through Friday 8am-4pm, weekends from April 1-Nov 1 with same hours. Payment method is by major credit card only - including but not limited to: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and Sunoco credit and cash cards. Cash cards are available at the souvenir booth (hours vary by event) located next to the paddock food stand. The cash cards will help alleviate the problem associated with repeated credit card use at the pumps and will increase the purchase amount to the amount on the card. Mid-Ohio Sporst Car Course cannot providetechnical data regarding fuel formulations or acceptability to sanctioning bodies. For more information regarding fuel formulations, please go to: www.bazellracefuels.com
FUEL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS OIL PRICES FLUCTUATE
- Cam2 (Purple) Leaded 100 Octane
- Cam2 (Clear) Unleaded 100 Octane
- 260GTX Unleaded Non-Oxygenated 98 Octane
- Premium Unleaded 93 Octane
One-on-one coaching during a designated Mid-Ohio School course date = $900 in addition to course fee. *Participant must be enrolled in a Mid-Ohio School Course
One-on-one coaching during SCCA, NASA or club weekends using your own car = $900
Maximum of three drivers during SCCA, NASA or club weekend using your own car = $650 per driver
Participants should have a competition license or participate in club racing.
If using The Mid-Ohio School vehicle for your coaching program, the participant would be required to sign a liability waiver stating, in the event of damage to the vehicle, the participant would be responsible for up to $6,750 in damages.