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  1. Added a link to the Entry Form. More details: http://www.aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_sum.pdf Entry Form: http://www.aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_entry.pdf?utm_content=slaysman%40aol.com&utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=www.aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_entry.pdf&utm_campaign=Willow%20Springs%20Race%20%26%20Time%20Trials,%20Jan%2022-23content
  2. I fixed the links. The details link now goes to the details page. Details at: http://aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_ws.html Home page: www.aroschpd.org
  3. I can't find the price either, but I have been informed that it is $300 for the two day weekend. The schedule is rotating one hour sessions. Three classes of different experience levels. You will get one hour of class room time, one hour on the skid pad and one hour on the track. As I recall, we had three session, lunch and three more sessions, each day. The skid pad is changing exercises. They cover braking and throttle steering mostly. It is a lot of track time for the money. A regular event weekend with our club is around $330 or so and you don't get as much track time. I've observed other events hosted by other clubs/groups that charge more and offer less track time. I will be at this driving school in April. I hope to see you there too.
  4. There are PLENTY of good tires to fit the 15x7 rim. We run 225/50x15 on 15x7's on our 240z. Not a problem. Tire rack does not have every possible tire either. I've had my name on Dave's list for months now. I will be the first kid on my block to have a set of Retro-4's size 15x7. I do have a question though: What is the weight of a Retro-4 15x7 zero offset?
  5. High Performance Driving School April 16 – 17, 2011 Your car. Your helmet. 2 days of track, skidpad and classroom. Streets of Willow, at Willow Springs Raceway, Rosamond, CA 3 groups: Street Performance, TT (Novice/Advanced), Race The High Performance Driving School is a chance to test the limits of your vehicle and yourself. No flashing lights, no tickets, no worries! In addition to having a great time, you will be learning the skills that will make you a better driver on the track and on the street. You will have class time, skidpad exercises (a great experience in learning car control) as well as a lot of track time. Our High Performance Driving School, run by the AROSC, has been in continuous operation for over 20 years. • No racing belts required for Street Performance Group. • Instructors will ride in your car. • All cars are welcome; you just need a desire to improve your skills and to have a little fun in the process. • In Race class you will have more starts in 1 day than you would see in 2 years. Details at: www.aroschpd.org
  6. Time Attack, Time Trial (whatever you want to call it) Jan 22 – 23, Willow Springs Raceway Your car. Your helmet. 2 days of High Speed Track Time Willow Springs Raceway, Rosamond, CA 4 groups: DE, Solo, Point-By, Race Driving Education (DE) - A structured Driving Education for new drivers. If you have no track experience, this is the place for you. Group classroom and an instructor will be with you on the track. You will be on the track with Solo TT. Solo TT - newer drivers (1 to 7 days track experience) or for experienced drivers who like a well controlled passing environment. Passing is allowed only on the left on designated straights and only with a point-by. No timing will be provided. Point-By/TT: Experienced drivers (8 to 20 days of track experience). Passing is allowed only with a point-by at the lead car’s discretion, on either side of the car. Passing in the corners is OK but only with a point-by. Timing for those with AMB transponders. Open/TT: Open passing is in effect. For very experienced drivers and fast, specially prepared cars. This is not a race group, so consideration must be given to cars being overtaken. Timing for those with AMB transponders. Race: This is the real deal but, we race like ladies and gentlemen. Timing for those with AMB transponders. Helmets - we can still use our Snell 2000 helmets for now, but Snell 2005 is required by the middle of 2011. Seat Belts - 3 point are OK for all cars in DE/Solo and OK for 2000 and newer cars in Point-By. “Modified” cars may require 5 point. All cars are welcome; you just need a desire to improve your skills and to have a little fun in the process. We have been doing track events since 1972 and wheel to wheel racing for over 20 years Details at: http://aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_ws.html Home page: www.aroschpd.org More details: http://www.aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_sum.pdf Entry Form: http://www.aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_entry.pdf?utm_content=slaysman%40aol.com&utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=www.aroschpd.org/events/2011/jan2011_entry.pdf&utm_campaign=Willow%20Springs%20Race%20%26%20Time%20Trials,%20Jan%2022-23content
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