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How to become a racer


Anything that gets your blood racing is probably worth doing. And if that is the kind of adrenaline rush that you get from thinking of being behind the wheel of a race car, then it’s time to fuel this dream up.

If you want to be a racer, then start moving now. Famous F1 drivers have started practicing themselves for racing at a very young age. Even the age requirement to drive a car didn’t stop them from pursuing this dream since they found alternatives before stepping on automobile cars.

Highway to becoming a racer

This might sound like a joke for you but they started with getting in go-kart driving. Surprisingly enough, this is the closest practice you could get with drag racing as there are features that are quite similar.

On the other hand, when you are actually on legal age to drive a car or qualified to start driving the local racetrack, it’s time to get on the real deal.

Racing a car


Racing a car won’t ask you to have a college degree to drive but, it is always recommended by professional drag racers to at least have knowledge of the mechanics. In racing, you will learn at your own pace as you are your own teacher.

Although this might sound boring, you should know how all these drag racing works from top to bottom. Religiously practice whenever you have the chance. Immerse yourself with how it all works as you read and watch more about it and know the technology and engineering behind it too.

Lastly, once you have everything settled, there is nothing shameful to start going to small racing competitions. There’s always a place for everybody to start. Sooner or later, when you start winning races and building your way up, sponsors will have the interest to fund you for your next competition.

Keep in mind, a smooth race never made a skillful driver. There will be challenges along the way. It takes time to be a racer and it will test most of your patience to reach the fate you want to happen for you.

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