WTF? You will never learn driving around little cones in a parking lot.
You need to try HPDE first to see if you need to go to a driving school. I went to one at Road Atlanta and 50% of my class never finished.
You must learn to go balls on fire at Road Atlanta T-1 at 100 Mph+. You count on...
You must have a bunch of extra cash to fund your plans. Do you understand the price of race gas, tire expenses, racing supplies, truck/trailer costs, and entry fees?
I'll tell you will spend $6000 per weekend.
I say start with what you can easily afford.
I started track sessions in a 1994 Cobra.
I moved down to vintage with a 1965 Mustang.
The 2019 Mustang GT350 is not a good car to start with unless you have already won some SCCA Championships. It's too fast to learn the basic skills of car control.
I ordered my GT350 in January of 2019. I finally picked it on 7-5-2019.
Bad ass car from Day One:
I have even raced it at AMP in Dawsonville. It goes out of full warranty on 7-5-22 (next Tuesday).
I may buy some new tires and change soon, but the car has been rock solid for my first 3 years..
My tire places say they can't get the two correct tires in each size with current dates.
I am looking for a business that can change the tires properly, so the air pressure shows correctly on my dash. I've checked and doubled checked and found the sensors on my original tires work perfectly.
I am saying I can't get the correct Michelin Cup 2 FN tires in 295-ZR and 305-ZR.
The oil filters are also hard to find. I also can't find a 2021 Mustang GT500, a 2-door Bronco, or a nice F-150.
Guess what? We have a supply chain problem.
I wish that I could get good new tires. They are not available here.
I did tire temps on the front tires first. It was especially hot on the front tires on a short road course.
I think Road Atlanta may be better with less negative camber as well as Road America.
3 degrees of negative camber seems too much to me.
I'd go to -1.5 negative camber with some higher pressures on the rear tires to get the car to rotate faster into a turn with a quicker time to go all in on the throttle.