For the people on here that hold their own events such as drifting or autocross who do you use for an insurance company for the motorsport event? I've been searching through this forum and Google and really can't seem to find a definite answer. Thanks mates! Trying to get the motorsport scene around the central Texas area more coverage, people tend to have to drive 3-5hrs for an event that they cannot afford since they're starting out in the scene and trying to get their foot in the water. I have a small location with a lot size of 7 acres that could help a lot of drivers with transitioning skills; the location is around a military base full of auto enthusiast that are trying to get into the sport, I'm not looking to earn any sort of monetary profit but truly just offer a place where noobies can learn some technical skill and get some seat time legally.