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Sunburnt and exhausted, but again well worth it. I always have a ball at these things. Now, looking forward to the autocrosses, and the next school weekend in June!
Also a big thank-you to the volunteers who help make these events possible and successful! We had 10 volunteers this weekend to help make things happen. It makes the days smoother and easier for everyone!
Here's a list and a thank-you to all.
All of the instructors and Directors.
BMW 325I E30 Chumpcar Race Car
BMW 540iT M-Sport (New Family Hauler)
BMW 428i Maranello BMW company car
We'll do anything for a ride and a t-shirt! I meant to ask you who hooked you up with the longer wheel nuts?
I got some from John Dimoff (Raven) and some from Suzanne (she did the race school - had Boston plates). The weren't longer just 17mm instead of the stock 21mm which were way to big for the Kosei wheels but worked on the rpf1 that I drove to the track on.
The BMW Racing School at Mosport was the most fun I had on the track for a looong time. When you think you drive the maximum that the car (or you) can handle when you drive the "perfect line" in an School environment, wait until you go two wide down corner 2 or corner 4 when you want to pass some cars ... it is a rush I will not forget for a long time.
Driving Schools will be ... ehhhm somewhat boring.
Here is a video from the mock race we had at the end of the Race school.