LEXINGTON, OH, January 12, 2016 – Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is pleased to announce the promotion of Sonny Gee to the role of director of The Mid-Ohio School.
Gee has been with the school 13 years as fleet manager, overseeing the maintenance, safety and function of all vehicles for The Mid-Ohio School. In his role as director, Gee will manage day-to-day operations of The Mid-Ohio School for its 18 riding and driving programs.
“Sonny is a long-time valued employee of The Mid-Ohio School,” said Craig Rust, president of the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and The Mid-Ohio School. “He has been a loyal and hard-working member of the team for many years and his promotion is a reflection of the quality of his leadership, work ethic and performance. We look forward to his future with the school and are thrilled for him to have this opportunity.”
“I am excited to embark on this new role,” said Gee. “We have a great team in place and I look forward to carrying on the rich tradition of Mid-Ohio and contributing to its legacy with the support of American Honda, our main corporate sponsor, as well as our other important partners.”
The Mid-Ohio School offers over a dozen different courses for beginners and veteran drivers alike. In 2016, the school will offer more than 100 course dates with registration beginning late February.
For more information and the view the course schedule, visit www.midohioschool.com.
About The Mid-Ohio School
The Mid-Ohio School provides professional driving and riding instruction to drivers and motorcyclists of all skill levels. The school’s 16 automobile courses include the renowned Honda Teen Defensive Driving program, as well as High Performance and Racing programs. The motorcycle side features two Performance Track Riding formats. Students enjoy classroom sessions, skill drills, expert private instruction and lapping on the same track that challenges the world’s top racers. The school is a member of the AAA Approved School Network and the most recent recipient of the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Partners for Safety Award. In 21 seasons, The Mid-Ohio School boasts 54,800 all-time graduates, including over 16,800 teenage drivers and 11,900 motorcyclists. Visit www.midohioschool.com for more information.