With personal coaching from top Canadian racing drivers, the Audi Sport Race Experience can show you not only what it takes to compete, but what it takes to win. Offering a two-day licensed training course, we help you develop the skills that take you to the next level and experience the thrill and excitement as a race driver.
Coach Scott Goodyear
Recognized as one of Canada's most decorated racers of all time, Scott elevates the Audi driving experience to a whole new level. Hailing from Newmarket, Ontario, Scott started his racing career in karts like many successful racers. He moved up through the ranks and won the 1986 Formula Atlantic Championship. Scott was invited to be a factory driver for Audi in the 1989 IMSA Championship, along with Hurley Haywood, Walter Rohrl, and Hans Stuck. Scott went on to a successful Indy Car career that lasted over 12 years. He finished second twice at the famed Indy 500, one that remains to this day as the closest finish in the race’s history, 0.043 seconds behind Al Unser Jr. Scott was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame in 2002.
Coach Roman De Angelis
Born in Windsor, Ontario in 2001, 18 year old Roman De Angelis has had a well decorated racing career in little time. Roman started his career from karting when he was 10 years old. Roman began to extend his passion in karting by racing in top North American championships, having won a Canadian national championship, and participated in the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals as part of Team Canada placing 4th. Roman moved into the F1600 category afterwards and top 3 finishes in the championships. Selected by Audi Canada, he was given the opportunity to drive in the 2019 24 Hours of Daytona in the Audi R8 GT3 LMS, Roman delivered a strong debut and finished 3rd place in GTD class. He is the youngest Canadian ever, and third youngest in the world, to drive in the Rolex 24 at Daytona.