Congrats! Around here a close equivalent is a part of the phase II of the driver's exam, but taking it a step further by attending track days regularly is a good idea. Exceeding the limits of traction at high speed, with ample run-off areas steepens the learning curve nicely once the kids have a decent idea of driving dynamics on the street first. I'd even go as far as recommending FIA regional/national racing license at some point, providing that they have interest in learning to drive for real.At the SCCA/Tire rack teen street survival. She is doing well.