NicsDad Posted May 14, 2013 Report Share Posted May 14, 2013 We were priveleged to meet and chat with Keith and racer Joe Roberts at Barber last weekend. My son Nicholas is a 12 year old liscened WERA novice riding a Moriwaki 250. He started racing various mini`s on kart tracks just under two years ago and had been riding racing dirt up to that point since the age of 4. We are transitioning to the 250 this year on big tracks along with his NSR65 mini. Nic has over 30 podiums to his credit to date. We came into this year expecting only to learn and transition. He has earned two podiums so far on the 250 in four races and has podiumed all races on the NSR.. Yes, the competion out there these day is slim, the grids are not very big and to be honest I as his Father/coach with little road race experience can tell where he needs to improve buy watching but I lack the finer skills to tell or show him how to do it. We are committed to the sport as a career. Europe is our chosen path. There are almost two months between races this year with WERA at Road Atlanta and Roebling with the exception of Mid-Ohio but I think he must be 16 to race there... no exceptions. We want to use this time to come to CSS. At what level may he start and how is the progression to higher levels achieved? Can more than one level be achieved in a one day session or multiples or is the two day the best way to go? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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