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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-16-2008, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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NEW! Ron Fellows Performance Driving School

Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch (Pahrump, NV) is proud to announce our affiliation with Corvette racing legend Ron Fellows to present our new Ron Fellows Performance Driving School, featuring Corvette driving programs, set to debut this month.

In the world of auto racing, Ron Fellows' name is synonymous with Corvette. He's been a leading part of Corvette Racing since the program began more than 10 years ago. And over the years he has been the team's most successful driver - 26 American Le Mans Series wins, three-times ALMS GT1 champion, two-times GT1 winner at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and overall winner of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Fellows' impressive list of awards, combined with his unprecedented four consecutive ALMS most Popular Driver Awards, are all reasons for Spring Mountain to consider this new alliance a "jewel in its crown."

The goal of this partnership is to provide the most highly-regarded and comprehensive driving school curriculum available in the motorsports world. The new Ron Fellows Performance Driving School will offer a wide range of driving programs guaranteed to provide an adrenaline-packed track experience for our students. Curriculums include 1-, 2- and 3-day Corvette Programs, a newly-released ZR1 Program, and an SCCA License Recommendation Program.

"We are thrilled to be working with Ron Fellows to present the new Ron Fellows Performance Driving School and believe that our students will leave this experience with a greater and safer understanding of how to handle a vehicle of this caliber," said Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch co-owner, John Morris. "Our highly-rated Spring Mountain Advanced Driving School, which is already considered one of the nation's premier driving schools, will be greatly enhanced by Ron's expertise from his highly successful racing career, resulting in an unmatched Corvette experience for our valued customers."

Ron Fellows participated in the on-track development of the Corvette ZR1, America's Supercar, and will be instrumental in facilitating the delivery of several ZR1's to Spring Mountain for the new owners of this amazing new vehicle.

"I'm really excited about this new venture with Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch and am very impressed with the commitment of the owners in creating a state-of-the-art performance driving facility for their students," said Ron Fellows. "My passion for Corvettes equals my passion for driving. Together with a great team of instructors at the Spring Mountain Advanced Driving School, we will present an incredibly strong curriculum that provides an educational and fun driving experience with lasting benefits for anyone who attends."

Call us TOLL FREE at 800.391.6891 or contact us for more information about the Ron Fellows Performance Driving school.

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I'm also really excited about this new venture with Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch

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