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Track Day – Horse Thief Mile, Willow Springs – Friday 4/23/10

Saw this upcoming track day on a car forum.

Where – Willow Springs Horse Thief Mile – This is a 1.1 mile tight road course similar to driving a mountain road. There are switchbacks and lots of elevation changes. It is both a fun and challenging course. There are many safe areas to test the limits of your ability. This will not be a drift event. There will be a full safety and flag crew on site for the entire day. Sessions will last 20-25 minutes and alternate between the two run groups.

When – Friday, April 23, 2010. From 8AM to 5PM.

How Much – $150 for almost 4 hours of track time. There will be only a maximum of 30 open spots, divided into 2 run groups, based on skill level and amount of people attending.

If we do not get enough people signed up by a week or so before the event, we will not have the event and you will get a refund. This will be a self tech event, and your car must be in working order, with no fluid leaks, working lights, good tires and brakes etc.. You will be sent a tech sheet after you sign up.

Please PM me, post or email me at tentenths@cox.net if you want to sign up or have any questions. You will be forwarded the payment information at that time.

Please include the following information when you sign up:
Driver name and email
Car Model
Estimated horsepower
Tire type (street/race)
Driver experience level (beginner/intermediate/expert)

source: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1953666

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