Who else is going to Summit Point Raceway this weekend? I am moving up to HPDE 2. I do a good job of representing the Neon/SRT-4 but, it gets pretty lonely out there. Anyone?
Excellent Kolin, Thanks!Kolin Aspegren said:Perhaps you can take a look at my car and see what i had made when i ran
the Silver State Classic out in Nevada last year. FYI no harness bars exist and
my alternative is pretty sweet and fits the letter of the rules to a T.
I will pm you with email and cell number, maybe early next week we can hook-up
by wed afternoon off to VIR for this short little race on sat.
Just spoke with him, he said thank you very much!Kolin Aspegren said:Tell that Bald kid i'm sorry about that, nobody ever wants to face that reality
My thoughts and prayers to everyone in the family
Bob's right. That's what the NASA HPDE system is all about. You get personal in-car and classroom instruction by an experienced instructor(s) at no extra charge. You can go out with a M-95 helmet (or later) and your street car, with no experience at all, and have a safe, very fun, road track weekend. As you get more experienced, the instruction progresses to more advanced driving techniques. In my opinion, I wouldn't waste $3000+ on a three day racing class as a newbie. If someone wants to do one of those classes, they would best be served by getting some track experience first. Then, they can really take advantage of what the high priced courses have to offer, namely advanced driving and racing techniques, often in a car that most of us couldn't afford to race for a season.planetb said:I would love to try some road racing, But I think I need to take some driving classes, etc first