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Hi all:

Registration is now open for the above event on MotorsportReg.com.

Once again, we will be having an "Alfa Only" run group, so get those cars cleaned up and prepped for a fun weekend at the track. As SidewaysAlfa so eloquently puts it:

Alfas are Back on the Track
2016 Comp Program to Include Alfa-Only Run Groups

Last year we came up with a wild idea: Hey, why not have Alfa Romeos at an AROSC Race and Time Trial weekend? We picked Willow Springs, January 2015. What a success: we had 16 competition Alfa Romeos on the track at the same time, driving at speed.

So why not do it again? How about our traditional January event at Willow Springs in 2016?

Like last time it will be “limited open passing” – this means if you are comfortable being passed in a corner, then give a point by. If you are not, then no point by, and the other driver will wait until you are OK with a pass.

We had a blast last time. We did two pace laps to give time for some photos. I can tell you it was cool being in a pack of that many 4- and 6-cylinder Alfa motors at redline “che bella musica”. We have all competition Alfas pitted together, making viewing a little easier.

So make plans to be at Willow Springs January 16th-17th, 2016!
If you can’t enter, then why not come out to watch? The Track Café makes a great breakfast burrito and tasty burgers. The weather is usually crisp/cool, but comfortable. What a great excuse to find the longest drive through the canyons or over the mountainsto get to.

Pass the word around to Alfisti who may not be Club members, and come drive with us!

See you at the track.

Sat-Sun,  Feb 20-21, 2016 AROSC host Streets
Sat-Sun, June  4-5,   2016 NCRC host Buttonwillow
Sat-Sun, Sept 10-11, 2016 AROSC host Big Willow
Sat-Sun, Nov 12-13, 2016 AROSC host Streets
Fri-Sat,   Dec 30-31, 2016 AROSC host Laguna Seca 92db
 
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