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Just received my Alfa Owner magazine with the entry form for 2023. Looking forward to a great convention. But, no autocross event.
What?! No autocross George? Now what are you gonna do?
..... FWIW.. George.. are you listening?... there are sanctioned organizations for hire to stage an auto cross regardless of who comes up with the fees.
😂 Actually, they moved from Hawaii, so North Carolina is closer. She's really on board with me buying her a Stelvio Quadrifoglio "tow vehicle" and spending time at the hotel spa.She's on board with your parents moving far away, or on board with going to the convention? Better verify which before you make any reservations. 😁
Bolt in that roll bar in that GTV, and get out there for the Time Trials, Bud. Time's a wasting...I've been busting my * for the last three months trying to get my GTV ready for the 2023 Convention in Concorde, North Carolina so I could whip some * on John Boy Duncanini and make old George break a sweat at the Autocross. There ain't going to be an Autocross! Somebodys" got to do something about that.
Yep... I looked at the entry form, and no mention of an autocross. Just time trials at the Charlotte Motor speedway. There are reasons for everything, and I think I know the reason here. Molto $$$$$$Just received my Alfa Owner magazine with the entry form for 2023. Looking forward to a great convention. But, no autocross event.
Forget the race track .. there are more suitable options set by the autocross folks you hire .. You can also let them include "all comers" from other clubs to get the cost spread out per car. ,,,,and of course only group Alfa's times for the purpose of a trophy or two or three. This is a very good way to pull it off.I know this, you know this, but we're not the convention organizers. As chairman of the 2011 convention, I know there must be a rational overall budget. Last year, I was told how much the 2023 convention race track would charge to conduct an autocross on their property and it would make one's eyes water.