you. A mini. On a track.
it will be glorious.
This is your moment. Get behind the wheel of a John Cooper Works MINI and experience first hand why race car drivers are so familiar with the back of them – they’re always in the rear.
HELLO MIGHTY STEED.
MEET THE JOHN COOPER WORKS HARDTOP 2 DOOR.
An aggressive body kit. A sport suspension with low-profile tires. And an exhaust note that encourages high revs. It all helps to make the John Cooper Works Hardtop a willing partner in your quest to become a better driver, while encouraging some motoring fun.
Mini instructors. Maximum skills.
MINI motoring school instructors.
This BMW Internationally Certified Instructor has competed in Drift races and holds a Formula Drift Pro license. He also does stunt driving for NBC’s DRIVE, and loves coaching skidpad and Lead/Follow on the larger racetracks. His key to driving skill improvement? “Vision. Disciplining your vision is the most difficult thing to master – but also the most important.
Christopher is the performance driver’s dream instructor. A veteran of over 18 years teaching racing and high-performance driving, he has earned multiple instructor certifications, including BMW in Germany. On TV, he’s appeared on American Hot Rod and was the runner-up on Season 3 of GT Academy. Now Christopher calls the BMW Performance Driving School home, encouraging students to think and push the limit, understanding how to get the most out of their car and leave with greater confidence in their ability.
Dave McMillan began mixing it up in Motocross at the tender age of 13. By 23, he graduated to four-wheel competition, taking an SCCA Championship. After working as a test driver for the Department of Transportation in Crash Avoidance, his training talents were recognized in 2015 when he was asked to join the MINI Motoring team.
A red-blooded competitor, Rob Stout has won victories at the Long Beach Grand Prix, Toronto Grand Prix and is a Pirelli World Challenge TC Champion. In addition to stunt driving, he has been a MINI instructor since 2014. His favorite course is handling: "Pushing drivers to get around a course as fast as possible while doing it on the proper line is what it's all about.""