MPH Offers Weekday Private Corporate, Group and Club events from Driving Schools to Board Meetings.
We have Cars to Drive or use your own. You can choose from 5 different levels of performance.
All driving schools are not created the same! Learn to drive from one of the best all-around motorcycle and car driving instructors in the country. Michael Pettiford, owner of GO 4 IT Services, has trained thousands of students to drive cars, motorcycles, trucks, trailers, RVs, and ATVs. If you need a basic driving class to get your drivers license, all the way up to your SCCA or MRA Roadracing License, driving instructor Michael Pettiford is the person to go to. Nobody has more divisional national championships in SCCA history – 35! SuperSafety Track Courses: This course allows you to become more familiar with the acceleration, braking, slide control, and cornering limits of your vehicle without the competition element, so that in an emergency you will be better prepared to avoid all accidents. 1/2 day – 11 day car and motorcycle driving classes available. You can use your vehicle or rent one of ours. Road Racing Courses: Learn the best ways to be a competitive road racer in a short period of time. We are a SCCA Regional and National Roadracing License Issuing School. The Courses are also approved by NASA, RMVR, and MRA. 1 day-11 day Car and Motorcycle. You can use your vehicle or rent one of ours. We now also offer drifting instruction! Some of the subjects we will cover are: race day procedures, starts, flags, passing, racing strategy, cornering lines, proper hand positioning, eye targeting, and heal and toeing. Corporate Events: Having an activity on the track will be one of the most exciting activities for your small, medium, or large group. Only your imagination limits how the event is structured. You can do this at Motorsport Park Hastings using our cars. More exciting than a ropes course or golfing! Great for team building and entertaining corporate clients. Even use it as awards party for your employees. Pricing varies by size of group, length of event, and cars selected to drive. Corporate Team Building What does the operation of a business (or any other organization) have in common with performance driving? The answer: People, communication, social interaction, cooperation, respect, logistics, risk management and most importantly, the honorable and effective exploitation of the competitive spirit. When was the last time the average business person found themselves approaching a high-speed turn with another driver who’s trying to accomplish the same thing? Sound similar, metaphorically speaking, to the circumstances in which sales people and management teams find themselves on a regular basis? What’s the ultimate goal? The answer, to have all the drivers successfully make it through the turn, which equates to closing a sale or increasing organizational efficiency and bringing more to the bottom line! Read about team building seminars in the Denver Post.