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Does anyone know of any high performance driving clinics on the east coast? I know they are everywhere out west, but I am having trouble locating them here.
Any help is appreciated!! :thumbup:
 

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jmsanders78 said:
Check here, the BMWCCA website calendar of BMWCCA schools:

http://bmwcca.org/services/calfset.shtml

It looks like there's only one left this year. Stupid winter. But chapters already have several schools booked for spring/summer 2005.
mmmmm Winter, isnt that going to be fun :jack: Well it could be worse... no it couldent Winter just SUCKS!!!

Thanks for the info, my guess is that this school is full at this point, but it gives me something to look forward to when we thaw out. and the BMW comes out of storage
 

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JRahn said:
Does anyone know of any high performance driving clinics on the east coast? I know they are everywhere out west, but I am having trouble locating them here.
Any help is appreciated!! :thumbup:
If you are not a BMWCCA member, join up.
http://www.bmwcca.org
They will stick you in with a local chapter.
http://www.njbmwcca.org
Driving school info is on the website and in the monthly newsletter.



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JRahn said:
Does anyone know of any high performance driving clinics on the east coast? I know they are everywhere out west, but I am having trouble locating them here.
Any help is appreciated!! :thumbup:

You can also check out www.skipbarber.com. They run clinics / race instruction at Lime Rock raceway in Ct.
Just went the other day. What a blast!! wrining the p*ss out of a Formula Dodge around the track.
 
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