INDIANAPOLIS – The International Council of Motorsport Sciences will host its Race Track Safety Program on March 31-April 2 at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.
The event features the SFI eight-hour practical portion of the certified medical and fire/resource courses. Jump medic training and fire/rescue training are included.
This event is an opportunity for race track operations personnel, medical, fire and rescue emergency teams to learn from industry experts about the most efficient and safest procedures when responding to race track incidents.
Cost for the event is $175 per person, which includes training, the SFI certification test fee, lunch and beverages.
For additional information and to register, visit racetracksafety.net.