Automotive Racing

Automotive Racing
Automotive Racing is listed in the Race Tracks category in Santa Paula, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Automotive Racing which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Automotive Racing on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Automotive Racing is:
250 Quail Ct
Santa Paula, CA 93060
(805) 525-1517

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Automotive Racing has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Automotive Racing has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Santa Paula, California is 38 and in the Race Tracks category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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This is interesting from Honda: HPD Supports Video Series Assisting in Young Driver Development • Based on Derek Daly Academy X Factor program • Multi-year partnership continues between Honda Racing/HPD and DDA • Five-year plan for young drivers and their families TORRANCE, Calif. (September 25, 2017) – A five-part video series, aimed at helping young drivers and their families map out a plan toward a career in professional motorsports, is available through the Derek Daly Academy, in partnership with Honda Racing/HPD. The Derek Daly Academy, founded by former Formula One and IndyCar driver-turned broadcaster Derek Daly, along with Honda Racing/HPD, a North American leader in grassroots racing, created the five-part video series based on the DDA X Factor Program. The X Factor is a five-year driver development plan that combines the driving and outside-support skills needed to guide a motor racing athlete from karting to the highest levels of the sport. "It is a well-known fact that information is king in any sport or business,” Daly said. “When a sport IS the business, it’s even more critical. Because our sport is so complex and expensive, Honda, through this video series, chooses to equip families with the type of information that can provide the highest possible return on any investment they might make, whether it be financial, emotional or both. This video series can be the anchor that families need when entering a sport that is still largely unstructured." The video series walks young, grassroots racers and their families through the DDA X Factor, a five-year development plan that maps out both the sporting – or hard skills – and the marketing – soft skills – necessary to become a successful professional racer. The entire video series is available now at The five videos that make up the series utilize eLearning principals to present and support key information in a way that is unique to DDA. The series is intended not only for drivers, but also for the drivers’ support networks – family and other supporters – to put everyone involved on the same path toward the goal of creating a “complete champion”. “Honda Racing and Honda Performance Development have long been committed to the development of young racing talent, via their financial support of karting and entry-level motorsports activities, such as the fast-growing Formula 4 US Championship and the just-announced Formula 3 series for 2018,” said Jeffrey Barrow, manager, commercial motorsports, for HPD. “Since the conclusion of his successful driving career, Derek has become a recognized authority in the development of young drivers and the tools required for them to be successful. We are extremely pleased to partner with him in this video series, and look forward to adding to our own knowledge base as we continue to develop strategies for the growth and success of young racers.”

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Our newest Ventura Police K9 Bolt took some time to visit with his sponsors at ARP Automotive Racing Products! The funds raised by the K9 Unit help pay for the canines, their training and medical bills. All of our canines, past and present, have been paid for through the generosity of businesses like ARP. No taxpayer dollars are used in the purchase and training of our K9s. To learn more about the VPD K9 Unit please visit: