NJMP’s Driving Instructors
Get to know those who will show you the ropes as you navigate New Jersey Motorsports Park’s challenging road racing circuits.
He is also involved in the PCA Club Race program and has competed in over 100 races.
Presently, Tremper is the National Driver’s Education Chairman for the Porsche Club, which involves managing the rules by which all 139 PCA regions (110,000+ members) handle their high performance driving programs.
Possessed at an early age by auto racing, Rabe, 27, now has over 10 years of various high-performance driving and on-track race experience. Rabe’s experience includes karting, road racing, drag racing, drifting and endurance racing.
Rabe is a graduate of the Bertil Roos Racing School program and competed in their F2000 school series, receiving numerous poles and victories, including winning the rookie runoffs. Jason currently competes for wins on an SCCA National level, driving formula cars, sports cars and spec racers. Additionally, Jason has a wide range of racing knowledge, including car setup and experience working for several race teams on a variety of race cars.
Debusmann is a 1983 graduate of the Air Force Academy. In 1987, he became an instructor pilot with the Air Force and began high-performance driving instruction in 1999. He’s an active Porsche Club racer with several class wins under his belt since 2006.
Druding started with a Skip Barber three-day competition course in Thompson, Conn. in 1975. He has been doing driver education events ever since. Druding started instruction with the Porsche Club of America (PCA) in 1978 at all of the tracks in the Northeast. Those tracks include Watkins Glen, Pocono, New Hampshire, Mid Ohio, Bridgehampton, Summit Point and NJMP, as well as drive time at Sebring, Laguna Seca, Willow Springs, Michigan, Road Atlanta and Atlanta.
From 1979-1981, Druding raced a Formula Ford in regional and some national events in the Northeast with the SCCA. He also raced a Neon sedan at Sebring in a support race of the famous 12 hour enduro race in 1995 and also drove a GTU 911 in a HSR race at Road Atlanta in 1990. With his racing activities now behind him, he’s turned his attention to driving and helping others navigate the slippery slope of high-speed and defensive driving.
Homes has been instructing high-performance driving for the last 15 years with the PCA and National Auto Sport Association (NASA). He is also the Chief Driving Instructor for the Delaware Region of PCA.
Holmes is a member of the PCA National Driver Education Committee and instructs for their National Instructor Training Program. He has raced his 1979 911 in the PCA Club Racing program and in NASA for over 14 years.
Kuser started racing with the SCCA in 1965, and began entering PCA driver schools in the early 1970′s. He has been a riding instructor for PCA since the mid 70′s. For seven years, Kuser was a riding instructor for the Mercedes-Benz “On Track” program, not only in street cars, but also in most of their competition.
For 17 years, he instructed for Driving Dynamics Inc., both for their on-track and advanced driving programs. Kuser remains an instructor for PCA, and has been a driving instructor with NJMP since 2009.
Landstra has been involved with high performance driving for 20 years. He is a graduate of the Bertil Roos open-wheel driving school where he obtained his SCCA competition license Landstra raced in SCCA Tour 1 driving a C5 Corvette Z06.
Currently Landstra is a PCA nationally certified instructor and also instructs for the SCCA for their HPDE driving schools as well as the National Corvette Museum HPDE’s at tracks including VIR, Road America, Putnam Park and Spring Mountain. Lanstra is also an instructor for Katech Performance at their Katech Track Attack events held at Autobahn CC. He’s been an instructor with NJMP since the track’s inception in 2008.
Marcus is a lifelong automotive enthusiast with a strong background in High Performance driving as well as auto technology. As a Porsche Club of America (20+ yrs), BMWCCA and local Corvette club member, he has countless hours of track driving and instructing experience on tracks throughout the Northeast.
Marcus has also served as Tech Chairman within PCA and possess an understanding of vehicle maintenance, setup and dynamics all going hand-in-hand with performance driving. Marcus has also worked as an auto technician, facilitated Club tech sessions, built, setup and maintained numerous track and street cars over the years. In his 35 years as an educator, he developed numerous personalized instructing techniques that accelerate the learning curve for all of his students.
Rosenblatt has enthusiasm for all things automotive, ranging from racing competition cars to car shows. He attended the Formula Racing Driving School in 2003 and has provided assistant instruction and training for all varieties of FF1600 and F 2000 road racing classes.
From 2004-2010, Rosenblatt was a full-time driving instructor for Driving Dynamics, a North American provider of advanced driver training and fleet risk management services for individuals as well as corporate fleets.
Bonanni has been a member of PCA since 1980 and an instructor for almost 30 years. He’s been associated with various regions of Porsche, BMW and Corvette Clubs in addition to working with NJMP. Bonanni has raced in both PCA Club Racing and vintage racing, with most of his race experience coming from behind the wheel of Porsche 911 base platforms.
Dion has been instructing at High Performance Driving Schools since 1988. He’s also been an instructor for the Porsche Club of America, the BMW Car Club of America and a number of other clubs and organizations. Currently Dion serves as the Chief Instructor for the Delaware Valley Chapter of BMW CCA, and also mentors in both the PCA and BMW Instructor Training Schools.