Track Day-Summit Point-Friday April 16, 2021

Scott Harrison

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One of my favorite track events. Very well run; usually includes a nice meal at the end of the day. Awards for Fastest laps and the dumbest thing done on the track...(Usually won by a Drumheller).
Since we will all have our COVID vaccine by April (at least us old geezers who should get priority), join us. Also, since you will have just filed your tax return, you need something to cheer you up!
Put it on your calendar now!



We are pleased to announce the dates for the CCC Track Day 2021

The Spring date is Friday April 16, 2021 and the late summer date is Thursday September 2, 2021. We are offering an early bird special of $275.00 for all drivers who sign up for the April date by December 31, 2020. Thereafter the price will increase to $299.00.

We strongly recommend that you sign up early and do not wait until the last minute. We hate to turn drivers away, but for a number of reasons we must limit the run groups to a manageable number. This specifically applies to the beginners run group, because we may be obliged to operate the lead and follow program if (and we all hope not) Covid-19 restrictions still apply.

Speaking of beginner drivers, due to overwhelming number of beginners who signed up for both events this year, we are planning to hold a beginner only track day in mid-summer on the Jefferson circuit. Our head instructor, Ben Pettis, is developing the program which will include in class instruction, instructor led driving and the skid pad. The day will feature all the usual unique characteristics of a CCC Track Day with prizes and a reception at the end. Possibly a special award for the best dressed driver!!!!!!!

We will of course send out regular updates and advise you of any changes caused by the pandemic.

Hope you all stay safe and have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.

See you all soon, Crispin, Leslie, Ben P, Joe, Jackie, Ben S, Trish and Kevin.

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Doug Smith

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I went this year. For anyone thinking about it, I agree that the CCC track day was really nice. This year it was limited due to the pandemic so the BBQ, etc wasn't happening. But the track day itself was run well and it was pretty laid back. The day went really well until I blew out a head gasket. But that wasn't the track day's fault. :cool:
 

Jose G. Morales Jr.

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One of my favorite track events. Very well run; usually includes a nice meal at the end of the day. Awards for Fastest laps and the dumbest thing done on the track...(Usually won by a Drumheller).
Since we will all have our COVID vaccine by April (at least us old geezers who should get priority), join us. Also, since you will have just filed your tax return, you need something to cheer you up!
Put it on your calendar now!
What if you don't care to race but would like to attend as a spectator?
 

Scott Harrison

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I think Rob is using Jose as an excuse for not doing well at the track one day in the distant past. ::)
 

Rob Burton

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I think Rob is using Jose as an excuse for not doing well at the track one day in the distant past. ::)
It was when you and Joe Drumheller were doing the One Lap. Jose came over to watch you guys run and decided to clean up Joe's Porsche. He also put tire shine on it. Almost immediately after Joe enters the course, he spun out. Said the tires had no grip!!::)::):angel::angel:
 

Scott Harrison

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It was when you and Joe Drumheller were doing the One Lap. Jose came over to watch you guys run and decided to clean up Joe's Porsche. He also put tire shine on it. Almost immediately after Joe enters the course, he spun out. Said the tires had no grip!!::)::):angel::angel:
Ahhhh...of course, it had nothing to do with Joe's driving skills or that the tires were already corded!
 
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