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    Default Anyone with experience racing in Europe?

    I may be spending a reasonable amount of time in Europe in the near future. I still have an active NASA W2W license. Anyone have any knowledge or experience with FIA licenses? (I assume that is what I would need?) Is there any agreement to transition licenses between US organizations and European ones?

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    It varies from country to country. Try to get ahold of the local FIA representative and ask directly.
    Down here, obtaining the FIA racing license is pretty simple, and it costs around USD 300 per year including drivers insurance.
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