Although BMW's M and Mercedes' AMG have had their own performance driving schools for a while, Nissan is just now adding its own for the GT-R. From here on out, everybody who buys a new GT-R will be invited to learn about handling their cars from seasoned instructors at Skip Barber racing schools. The lessons will be held at Laguna Seca in California, the Monticello Motor Club in New York, or the Palm Beach International Raceway in Florida. 

Students will be taught how both understeer and oversteer work, and will learn basic performance driving technique. After that, they will be taken for a ride with a pro, so they know what the car can do, and what they can't do.

[via Car & Driver]

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