driving school, guarrenteed, that if you do some track time(buy a helmet), you will walk out knowing that there is still lots of driving improvement required to really max the capability of your car, you'd be suprised how well stock suspension and brake systems do on the track.
id really suggest doing a driver school first. would you rather lose on a track with nice suspension to someone stock, or be stock and lose? id say its better to be stock..more excuses(hehe)
really though, driving school = so much better then susp and brakes.
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