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Bondurant School Of High Performance Under New Ownership

Stig Investments Takes Over The Bankrupt Driving School

The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance driving has found a new owner, but its exclusive vehicle partnership with Fiat Chrysler will live on. The appropriately named Stig Investments Inc. finalized the purchase of the well-known American driving school last month. The investment is a positive sign for the driving school, which filed for bankruptcy last year and was forced to close briefly.

Bondurant operates a fleet of over 100 Dodge and SRT products, including muscle cars such as the Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger Hellcat and even a even handful of 840 hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demons. The record-setting Dodge Viper ACR is also up for grabs if you’re more experienced.

“In the past 30 days, we’ve solidified key pieces of the Bondurant experience that will ensure the success and growth of the school,” said newly appointed Bondurant CEO Bruce Belser, who is a former graduate of the driving program. “From securing the FCA partnership to retaining our passionate team members, including renowned instructors Mike McGovern and Danny Bullock, and infusing significant capital into the business, we plan to continue to deliver the ultimate guest experience and a best-in-class work environment for employees.”

Belser is one of the three investors in the Stig Investments Inc. group, all of whom are passionate driving and racing enthusiasts that are keen to help the school succeed and stay open well into the future.

Feel like climbing behind the wheel of an SRT Hellcat or Demon at Bondurant? You can register for summer classes at Bondurant.com.

Written by Manoli Katakis

Detroit Region SCCA Member and founder of MC&T. Automotive Media Jedi Knight. Not yet the rank of Master.

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