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Driver Education at Inde Motorsports Ranch

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for the last track event of the season, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Inde Motorsports Ranch in Willcox for 2 days of fun with fellow Roadrunner Chapter members and give your BMW some proper exercise! Willcox is about 3 hours south east of Phoenix on I10.

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for DE 1. Personal instructors are automatically assigned for DE 1 participants. DE 2 and DE 3 drivers can request one.

You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the green button below) and also please register with us at the top of this page so we can ensure the Roadrunner group knows you are coming.

Also, be sure to reserve a room at a Willcox hotel to ensure you are well rested for your track adventure!

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2010 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2015 or Snell 2020 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2020 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2015 and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has a few loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

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Driver Education at Arizona Motorsports Park

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for the last AMP event of this season, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun with fellow Roadrunner Chapter members and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for DE 1. Personal instructors are automatically assigned for DE 1 participants. DE 2 and DE 3 drivers can request one.

You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the green button below) and also please register with us at the top of this page so we can ensure the Roadrunner group knows you are coming.

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2010 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2015 or Snell 2020 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2020 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2015 and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has a few loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, ask the PCA for one when you register.

Bring folding chairs, drinks (especially water!), sun block, and a hat. Family is welcome and there are usually plenty of people to socialize with. Be prepared for big fun!

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Driver Education at Arizona Motorsports Park

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun with fellow Roadrunner Chapter members and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for DE 1. Personal instructors are automatically assigned for DE 1 participants. DE 2 and DE 3 drivers can request one.

You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the green button below) and also please register with us at the top of this page so we can ensure the Roadrunner group knows you are coming.

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2010 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2015 or Snell 2020 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2020 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2015  and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has a few loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, ask the PCA for one when you register.

Bring folding chairs, drinks (especially water!), sun block, and a hat. Family is welcome and there are usually plenty of people to socialize with. Be prepared for big fun!

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Driver Education at Wild Horse Pass East Track

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Wild Horse Pass East Track for a day of fun with fellow Roadrunner Chapter members and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for DE 1. Personal instructors are automatically assigned for DE 1 participants. DE 2 and DE 3 drivers can request one.

You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the green button below) and also please register with us at the top of this page so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you.

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2010 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2015 or Snell 2020 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2020 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2015  and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has a few loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

Bring folding chairs, drinks (especially water!), sun block, and a hat. Family is welcome and there are usually plenty of people to socialize with. Be prepared for big fun!

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Driver Education at Inde Motorsports Ranch

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Inde Motorsports Ranch in Willcox for 2 days of fun with fellow Roadrunner Chapter members and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for DE 1. Personal instructors are automatically assigned for DE 1 participants. DE 2 and DE 3 drivers can request one.

You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the green button below) and also please register with us at the top of this page so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you.

Also, be sure to reserve a room at a Willcox hotel to ensure you are well rested for your track adventure!

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2010 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2015 or Snell 2020 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2020 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2015 and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has a few loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

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Driver Education at Arizona Motorsports Park

by Paul Koreneff

This event was previously shown as being on Oct 30 – Oct 9 is the corrected date.

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun with fellow Roadrunner Chapter members and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

 

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for DE 1. Personal instructors are automatically assigned for DE 1 participants. DE 2 and DE 3 drivers can request one.

You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the green button below) and also please register with us at the top of this page so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you.

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2010 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2015 or Snell 2020 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2020 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2015  and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has a few loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

Bring folding chairs, drinks (especially water!), sun block, and a hat. Family is welcome and there are usually plenty of people to socialize with. Be prepared for big fun!

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Driver Education at Arizona Motorsports Park

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for HPDE 1.

If you have been to the track before, then go ahead and sign-up for HPDE 2.

* An instructor is automatically provided for HPDE 1. If you would like an instructor for HPDE 2 then make sure you check the box to request an instructor.

— You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the button below) and also please register with us below so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you. —

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2005 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2010 or Snell 2015 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2015 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2010’s and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

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Driver Education at Arizona Motorsports Park

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for HPDE 1.

If you have been to the track before, then go ahead and sign-up for HPDE 2.

* An instructor is automatically provided for HPDE 1. If you would like an instructor for HPDE 2 then make sure you check the box to request an instructor.

— You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the button below) and also please register with us below so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you. —

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2005 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2010 or Snell 2015 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2015 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2010’s and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track

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Driver Education at Arizona Motorsports Park

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for HPDE 1.

If you have been to the track before, then go ahead and sign-up for HPDE 2.

* An instructor is automatically provided for HPDE 1. If you would like an instructor for HPDE 2 then make sure you check the box to request an instructor.

— You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the button below) and also please register with us below so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you. —

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2005 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2010 or Snell 2015 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2015 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2010’s and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

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Driver Education now moved to AMP

by Paul Koreneff

It’s time for a track event, with the Arizona Porsche Club!

Come meet us at Arizona Motorsports Park for a day of fun and give your BMW some proper exercise!

If you haven’t experienced a track day before, you are really missing out! This is a safe, controlled, environment where you can learn how properly drive your BMW at high speeds. Some of the things that we will be teaching include car control, when to brake, turn, etc and how to handle the grin that comes from driving your BMW the way it was meant to be driven!

If this is your first visit to the track, then please sign-up for HPDE 1.

If you have been to the track before, then go ahead and sign-up for HPDE 2. But please be aware they are running the course counter-clockwise (which makes it a different track!).

* An instructor is automatically provided for HPDE 1. If you would like an instructor for HPDE 2 then make sure you check the box to request an instructor.

— You must sign up for this event on the PCA’s page on MotorsportReg.com (use the button below) and also please register with us below so we can ensure a spot will be reserved for you. —

NOTE: If you have, or are considering owning, your own helmet then please be aware that Snell 2005 helmets are no longer able to be used for these events. You must replace it with a Snell 2010 or Snell 2015 helmet. If you are considering purchasing a helmet, then we recommend going straight to a Snell 2015 since they are legal for an additional 5 years past the Snell 2010’s and there is not much of a price difference. The Porsche club also has loaner helmets available on a first-come first-served basis, at the track.

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