Titi Aur Academy is famous in Romania for its profesional enivronment in which drivers of all ages can get experience, adrenaline and amazing sensations at the defensive courses and the prevening accidents exercises. Besides, it’s a place where your driving abilitiesc can be improved. At this Academy drivers can drive at a speed more that 180 kiliometers per hour and they can test a two wheeled BMW.
Defensive driving courses
The most complex driving course in Romania is at The Titi Aur Academy, a place with trainers, outdoor and indoor simulators, autodrom, developing center, restaurant and a full circuit on a huge are, at only 16 kilometers far for Bucharest, the Romanian Capital, in Crevedia county.
The course has a theoretical part, from 9 am until 12.30 and a practical part, from 13.30 until 16.30. the trainer teaches informations about driving safety and efficient, procedures in case of an accident, defensive driving techniques, dangerous driving practices.
The best couses from one of the best rally drivers
The course has a duration from 9 until 17 and the participants are organised in groups, each one with 20 members. After completing this course, which costs 750 lei (almost 180 euro), the drivers will be more carefully in traffic, they would be avoiding dangerous or risky situations and they will improve their abilities.
Titi Aur Academy combines all the activities with fun and is testing drivers for unpleasent moments which might happen in traffic. Some of the activities are : Reaction exercises, Trusting Exercises, Skill testing, the simulation of an upsidedown situation.
He has won eight Romanian rally championships (1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2006) and is the first Romanian rally driver to participate in a full season of World Rally Championship in 2003. He scored 2 points in the ADAC Rallye Deutschland, to finish 19th in the 2003 Production Car World Rally Championship (PCWRC). Aur is a long-time friend of WRC driver Manfred Stohl of Austria.
In 2006, Titi Aur won a record-breaking eighth national title driving a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX for the OMV-Petrom Rally Team, in the Romanian National Rally Championship (CNR), organized by the FRAS. In 2007, the 43-year-old rally veteran switched to Viola BkP rally team to defend last year’s title, but the team lost sponsorship during the season. Aur won the 2007 Raliul Avram Iancu, his last overall win to this date. In 2010, aged 47, Titi Aur returned for a full season in the CNR, joining champion squad Jack Daniel’s Rally Team, again in a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX.
Author Claudia Onofrei