Bob Bondurant on high performance driving
Motorbooks International, Oct 16, 1987 - Sports & Recreation - 141 pages
For more than 35 years, Le Mans champion and former Formula One driver Bob Bondurant has been the most successful high-performance driving instructor in the world. The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving has seen thousands of students pass through its doors and emerge as better, more confident, and faster drivers. Bondurant and his team of world-class instructors train a wide range of drivers, from amateur enthusiasts and aspiring racers to advanced professionals. The school also teaches antiterrorist and law enforcement driving skills, courses for beginning drivers, and a full complement of courses in karting, which is the training ground for the world champions of the future.
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