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Autotechnica
04-10-2002, 06:32 PM
Its 80 if you pay now and $100 if you pay at the event. I think its mostly civics since its N1 Auto, but Faith w/ Euro spec M3 will be there, I might go to if enough of you guys show up.

Bryan

Autotechnica
04-11-2002, 12:01 PM
sorry.. more info. Its 9-5 half day and we get the full track.

Bryan

EMPOWERD
04-11-2002, 02:05 PM
Straight_6, '88 325e, BLISS and myself are going to Shannonville Tomorrow (Friday) to help out with marshalling and instructing... I don't think it's the same club you're talking about.

lovince
04-11-2002, 04:13 PM
Originally posted by MTRD
sorry.. more info. Its 9-5 half day and we get the full track.

Bryan

This can't be... CASC-OR have their Spring Fling test date at SMP this weekend. I'm not sure which track configuration they're running, but whoever else that may be there can't be using the full track... :rolleyes:

I'll be at the Spring Fling socializing though :D

Look for me in the white 330Ci!

Autotechnica
04-11-2002, 04:34 PM
Hmmm.. I only heard the N1 auto news from a friend. It could possibly be on Friday, I'm not too sure. If anyone has information on the N1 event can you please clearify? I'll ask my friend again to confirm. Most likely I will be there either Friday or Sat.

Bryan

'88 325e
04-13-2002, 02:06 PM
empowered, straight_6, and I went to Shannonville yesterday (Friday). Helped out the Saab driver training session! I had alot of fun since I have never even attended one. I wish my car would be done so I could go to the BMWCCA @ Mosport next weekend!

Autotechnica
04-13-2002, 03:06 PM
Glad you had fun! *th-up*

Was it hard driving around the track in the rain? Anyone spin out?

Bryan

'88 325e
04-13-2002, 04:54 PM
Bryan,

I didn't take my car. I helped run the collision avoidance course, pit boss, and skid track. It was sunny all day (got sunburn) untill the end then it started to sprinkle for like 20 minutes. The highlight was me being a passenger in a 1985 Porsche 911 Targa (did about 4 full course laps). That car stuck to the track like glue. I have to say that is more fun than any rollercoaster I have been on!

*th-up*

BTW thanx Scott!
(Driver Instructor and owner of the Porsche)