I understand for some of you, who race like it is something of a career, but, I would have attended Skip Barber Racing School in Leeds, Alabama, but, I get that feeling I won't be able to complete my education. I still want to attend when I accumulate wealth and what not, because I want to fulfill my dream of test driving an F1 car. (Don't we all?) Even if I was a professional racer, my educational progress would have been priority no. 1, while racing would be no. 2. I have read that Bruno Senna managed to finish college while he was racing in some way. What I am trying to say is that not completing your education is something you should never feel proud of. Like all athletes, they have to find some professional trade after retirement. What do you think?