closest one on the east coast is south carolina right?mc said:
I would definitely recommend taking a BMWCCA auto-x driving instruction class. You'll learn more than you can imagine. Definitely the best investment if you're seriously thinking about getting involved.:thumbup:
no no....check with your local BMWCCA organization. They have them all over. I'm going to one on April 1 or 2 at Lime Rock in CT. This isn't BMWNA affiliate, it's a non-profit organization that does everything BMW related.StreetTrixE4six said:
closest one on the east coast is south carolina right?
I haven't heard of anybody doing that. I think you'd have take a trip to Spartanburg for that:dunno:Dre325 said:I'm interested in taking one of these instructional classes. Do any of these classes let you use their cars instead of your own though (although I realize it would be more expensive for sure)? I don't want to deal with the maintenance issues and don't want to deal with warranty issues either since they told me specifically no track racing when I bought my CPO car.