Frequently Asked Questions
Team Full Throttle’s Motorsports Division provides personal and professional development services along with turn-key promotional services for drivers, and utilizes our experience and creative energy to help tracks, teams, and racing series with their communications needs as well.
FAQ’S about Team Full Throttle’s Motorsports Division…
Team Full Throttle Founder and Performance Coach Tom Baker has had 20 years of experience coaching and mentoring youth in and out of racing, making TFT the perfect choice for those trying to assure themselves of making their investment in a racing operation pay off.
“Think about it,” Baker says. “If your son or daughter wants to be a tennis pro, you go get him a tennis coach and maybe a sports psychologist to coach them up to the professional level. All stick and ball sports have coaches. I can provide the necessary coaching to help a young racer with technique and the mental game along with a top-notch public relations and branding program to build the driver’s brand and get known so they can add significant value to a sponsor.”
For those who are trying to climb the racing ladder, we provide all the promotion described above plus the necessary career guidance, team placement assistance, and driver coaching in areas such as on-track techniques, media, and marketing. It becomes an all-in-one. We work with the team or family to lay out a career path and then set goals for each season, evaluating as we go. The skills we teach the driver off the track will sharply increase their leadership and life skills and help them to be more successful at whatever they do in or out of racing.
Our company provides multi-media, multi-platform exposure for our racers, teams, and organizations, and enhances your social media as well. Our clients get more value out of one win than most drivers do all year simply because we’re telling people about it and it’s being put out there over and over through the various media outlets we use and partner with. This is what the sponsors want to see. It’s not about putting their name on your car; it’s about how many sets of eyes you put them in front of because those eyes are attached to potential new customers for them.