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PK2K
10-01-2018, 02:36 PM
Hey guys, I have come across an opportunity in which an L2S racing license would majorly benefit me. What all do you guys know about acquiring one? I know there is a fee, as well as, I need to be a member of a CAMS recognized car club, but what else is there for me to know?

Any info is appreciated!
Thanks!

RalliartRsX
10-01-2018, 02:46 PM
I am going to caveat this with "I don't want to be a dick but......."

You have 6 hours of seat time, no car, and no clue but want to go for a comp license??

:picardfp:

Why don't you start by ...........you know........contacting the people who do the cert for the license to gain more info??

This will probably be my last post in this thread........lol

MrMigs
10-01-2018, 04:43 PM
Although he didn't spell it out, I think he's more asking about people's personal experiences in their journey of acquiring said license... if they have any advice to give... things to watch out for, etc.... if there even is such a person on this forum to begin with.

Anyways. That sheit ain't me. Good luck man

PK2K
10-01-2018, 05:06 PM
Although he didn't spell it out, I think he's more asking about people's personal experiences in their journey of acquiring said license... if they have any advice to give... things to watch out for, etc.... if there even is such a person on this forum to begin with.

Anyways. That sheit ain't me. Good luck man

Thank you for the more civilized reply lmao. And yes, I am not looking at getting it right now. Probably not within the next year either. However, an opportunity arose that an L2S license would be majorly beneficial, so I am going to start getting everything I need done, so that I am ready when the time comes.

I have very limited actual seat time, however I have been in the scene for years now. Just now getting into actually drifting myself.

MrMigs
10-01-2018, 05:15 PM
This looks like a specifically Australian thing, no?

PK2K
10-01-2018, 05:30 PM
This looks like a specifically Australian thing, no?

Australian? What do you mean?

MrMigs
10-01-2018, 05:39 PM
CAMS = Confderation of Australian Motor Sports

S14DB
10-01-2018, 06:02 PM
Moved to Motorsports and Skilled Driving

PK2K
10-01-2018, 08:04 PM
CAMS = Confderation of Australian Motor Sports

I appologize. I didn't mean CAMS. I forget the acronym that I meant to say.

RalliartRsX
10-01-2018, 08:16 PM
I appologize. I didn't mean CAMS. I forget the acronym that I meant to say.

That pretty much sums up the problem with this entire thread in a nutshell.

I specifically called out your seat time as that was one of the requirement of the L2S if you actually spent some time with research instead of coming on here......

If you can't even get the correct acronym, why should we be subjected to actually spoon feeding you the information....especially considering most if not all the info can be found in the L2S regs?

Stop being a lazy bum. Get the correct sanctioning body and go make some calls.

I had to do the same with my SCCA comp license. However I immersed myself in SCCA for several years prior to taking the leap.

I suggest you do the same.

MrMigs
10-01-2018, 11:39 PM
That pretty much sums up the problem with this entire thread in a nutshell.

I specifically called out your seat time as that was one of the requirement of the L2S if you actually spent some time with research instead of coming on here......

If you can't even get the correct acronym, why should we be subjected to actually spoon feeding you the information....especially considering most if not all the info can be found in the L2S regs?

Stop being a lazy bum. Get the correct sanctioning body and go make some calls.

I had to do the same with my SCCA comp license. However I immersed myself in SCCA for several years prior to taking the leap.

I suggest you do the same.

Yeahhhh I'm siding with ralli on this... It's one thing to not have answers, but at least try to ask questions properly dude LOL

s13 @ fullboost
01-24-2020, 02:24 AM
You have previous experience ? I think you need a portfolio to give you merit to apply for one.