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In 1955 the legendary Rob Slotemaker his racing school on the Zandvoort circuit. From this became Racing school Zandvoort born. A powerful training where you only really learn to drive a car at speed under difficult (sometimes winter) conditions! RSZ's extensive training material formed the basis for a KNAF recognized racing training course. Many thousands of students, including Jan Lammers, Tom Coronel, Jaap van Lagen, Beitske Visser and Job van Uitert, obtained their racing license at RSZ. Now, 65 years later, Slotemaker's famous course is still the number 1 racing school in the Netherlands. Will you also start this unforgettable life experience at RSZ?
PEUGEOT 206 GTIA
LAP TIME: 2:09
BMW E36 318TI
LAP TIME: 2:06
BMW E30 325I
LAP TIME: 2:02
The page below describes exactly which licenses are available and how you can get them: KNAF RACING LICENSE
Which can! But then you have to follow a 3 day course. This is the requirement of the KNAF. You can choose a 3-day course or choose a 2-day course and complete it with a “RACING COURSE UPGRADE"
Yes, you can. Renting the helmet for the course is €10. Please indicate this in advance when you register.
You can, but you shouldn't! If you want to get your KNAF Race license, both the theory and the practical exam are mandatory.
All components must be followed to meet the requirements of the KNAF to obtain your KNAF Race License.
Front or rear-wheel drive is a personal choice. With both types of cars you can learn how to race a car. A rear-wheel drive car is more suitable for learning to drift.
The rules regarding licenses abroad can be quite different from those in the Netherlands. It is likely that you will need at least an EU license. Contact the KNAF to inquire about this.
From the age of 14 you can participate in the racing course. We want you to be able to shift gears and drive a car reasonably well. A driver's license is therefore not necessary.
That is not possible, because the KNAF prescribes a number of exercises and a certain job experience for obtaining your license. If you would share a car, you would not meet the prescribed driving time.
Absolute! You learn something from every course. It used to be very common that you took part in the course every winter to stay at your level. But you can of course also look at one of our other courses such as the Drift course or Race course Upgrade.
If you have followed the racing course and have passed your practical and theory exam, you can apply for your KNAF Race License and participate in Club races.
There are currently no specific requirements for a course car. The car must of course be safe, there must be at least two seats (for student and instructor) and it must be as quiet as possible.
Special racing clothing is not (yet) required at this time. If you do have this equipment, put it on, so be safe. Wear loose-fitting comfortable clothing in layers (to account for temperatures) and thin-soled shoes.