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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-02-2014, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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AROSC Driving School Feb 28 - Mar 1 2015

We have booked the Streets of Willow for our next High Performance Driving School. Whatever your level, from just got your CA driver's license up through season racer, we have a course for you.

- If you have always wanted to drive your car on a real race track, now is your chance, in a safe and structured environment.

- If you have track experience, but want to improve your lap times and shed some bad habits, we can help.

- If you've been doing time trials and track days, and want to try wheel to wheel racing, this is the school for you!

Here is the link to registration and more information.

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Any car is welcome - including open top with no roll bar?

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Any car is welcome - including open top with no roll bar?
NO

Most cars that meet our safety rules.

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As RacerZ says. Our Self Tech form goes into detail about safety requirements. ALL convertibles require rollover protection. Some factory rollover protection is okay - pop-up rollbars, built in rollbars (Boxter, etc) are okay. Miatas - get a roll bar installed!

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