For a driver, private coaching can mean the difference between a supporting role as a fairly anonymous participant and a leading role on the stage of honour. The instructors of the DRDA will help you find the last (tenths of a) second and become a better driver in other areas as well.
The instructors of the DRDA know what they are talking about. They have won races themselves and written titles to their name. Not only do they quickly see where you leave fractions of a second, they can also explain you clearly and well how you can improve yourself.
Become a better driver
Together with your private instructor you will look for areas for improvement. Then you will work together to make progress. It's up to you: on which tracks are we going to work and with which car(s)?
Our race coaches
Danny van Dongen
GT specialist. Achieved successes in Belcar, the Spanish GT Championship and the Dutch Supercar Challenge. Won not only many races, but also several championships. Danny was successful with the Marcos Mantis and Marcos LM600. Since a few years he is active for Praga, as a factory and development driver.
Dillon began his motorsport career in 1994 and was named "Rookie of the Year" in 1996. Two years later, Koster won the Michelin Junior Cup and was nominated for the "Greatest Young Talent" that same year. One year later (1999) the Zandvoorter finished three times on the stage of the Radio 538 Citroën Saxo Cup. He was placed third in the final ranking. Koster triumphed in the following years in both the Formula Ford (2002) and the competitive Dunlop Sportmaxx Clio Cup (2005). In 2006 he founded Certainty Racing Team.
Grown from formula cars (Formula 3) to leading brand cups. Jeroen participated in the Porsche Supercup and last year he was high-profile in the European Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trophy. After a victorious season he finished as vice-champion. This year he will participate as a factory driver at Lamborghini in the Blancpain Endurance Series.
Very experienced touring car specialist. Michel has a long track record in motorsport. He made his debut in 1988 and subsequently raced in many touring car classes. He won titles in the Citroën Saxo Cup, the Seat Ibiza Cup and the German Toyota Yaris Cup. Michel also has a lot of experience as an instructor. Several champions learned the fine racing tricks from him.
Charles Zwolsman jr.
Specialist in formula cars, which grew into the American counterpart of Formula 1. Charles started in Formula Ford and then successfully climbed the motorsport ladder. After the Formula 3 Euro Series he ventured across to America. After winning the title in the Toyota Atlantic Series, he joined the battle of the Champ Car World Series. Charles also participated in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, with an Audi R10 TDi.
Contact DRDA: tel 023 57 122 50, mobile 06 555 64 307 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.