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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-13-2011, 01:59 AM
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Does anyone know if there are realistic chances for a CCW-direction session at the end of Sat or Sunday? Maybe even the longer configuration with most of the speed-controlling cones removed? Curiously, jeff
Oh, Jeff there is a good chance of a track change on Sunday afternoon.
Need to have a Time Trial prepped car, with 5 pt. belts, to particapate in that last session.
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Appreciation

A big thank you to all of the club-members who spent time and an honest effort to coordinate and teach at the most recent weekend's race/tt/driving school. We enjoyed your patience and all the advice even had pleasant weather.
BTW - did the engineering & logistics team from Weissach ever arrive to dispose of that abandoned 944 that was hobbled on our infield?
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Thanks to all of you students

A big thanks to all 62 of you Students who participated. It was the biggest turnout in the last several years. Without all of you it would be just a bunch of us Instructors talking to our selves.
And we finaly got a water truck for the skid pad!!!!
The 944 was a project to get loaded onto its trailer. The A-arm broke. But they will have it repaired before Buttonwillow on May 14-15. It should make a nice thread about "slammed Porsches" on their bb.

All you students can find a place for your self at Buttonwillow.
- DE and Point By groups are for cars with only stock seat belts. DE group gets instruction, but you folks could enter Point By.
- Open Passing is for cars with 5/6 pt belts
- Race and Enduro, well you can guess, they are race cars.
See our website to read the fine print:
http://aroschpd.org/events/2011/may2011_sum.pdf

Again, thanks to you Students. You make all this possible.

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Paul:

Thanks for your great work there, and the same for all the instructors, and especially Steve Hamilton. I got a lot of great comments about Steve and what a great asset he is!

Personally, I had a GREAT time!

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And we finaly got a water truck for the skid pad!!!!
Yes, it was a beautiful weekend too. The weather was great (80's on Sat, 70's on Sun) and it didn't get too windy until the end of Sunday.

It was great to have the water truck out there!
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Hi nizam. I agree with you. The weather can makes the mood of us to change our driving school . I think I love the fair weather. Also I love the water truck too.

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