Former IndyCar racer offers free driver training for metro Detroit teens

Most parents have the same concern: making sure their young drivers return home safely.

This fall, metro Detroit parents can take advantage of an opportunity to enhance the safety of their teen drivers – and it’s free.

Robbie Buhl, a former IndyCar driver founded Teen Street Skills – a free, Detroit-based community program that educates and improves new drivers.

Teens ages 15-21 with a legal driving permit can enroll now in any of the 10 morning or afternoon sessions spanning three weekends in October and November:

  • Sunday , October 13 (Morning: 8:30a – 12:00p; Afternoon: 1:00p – 4:30p)
  • Saturday, October 19 (Morning: 8:30a – 12:00p; Afternoon: 1:00p – 4:30p)
  • Sunday, October 20 (Morning: 8:30a – 12:00p; Afternoon: 1:00p – 4:30p)
  • Saturday, November 9 (Morning: 8:30a – 12:00p; Afternoon: 1:00p – 4:30p)
  • Sunday, November 10 (Morning: 8:30a – 12:00p; Afternoon: 1:00p – 4:30p)

Located at a closed-course track adjacent to the famed Michigan Central Depot in the historic Corktown neighborhood, the interactive, ½ day program covers:

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