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    October runs #13 clockwise like the April event while November runs #1 CCW like the June event. Registration now open for both. I plan on running both.
    Chris
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    A day you don't go a hundred is a day wasted

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    Thunderhill?
    - Sean

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    • #3
      Buttonwillow

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sean-og
        Thunderhill?
        Got car?
        Chris
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        A day you don't go a hundred is a day wasted

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        • #5
          Nope. Starting to get :mad: about it, too.
          Well, have fun at Buttonwillow.
          - Sean

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            NASA oct.

            I'm going to try to get the car on the track for the first time, do i need to get a tech inspection before the weekend? I'll only be running in HPD1 and don't know if I can get there early enough on sat. morning. Steve

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            • #7
              Steve

              They do tech inspection at the track for free but it usually needs to be done between 7:00 and 8:00 AM.

              There is generally a mandantory drivers meeting at 8:00 AM

              I think Clark Taylor in our group is a tech inspector for NASA as well as the Alfa Club.

              They do have a limited number of tech stations in So Cal where you can get preteched.

              Call NASA for a list.

              For HPDE1 Tech is pretty mild, the one thing you should check is that the battery terminals are covered with an insulator.

              Doug

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              • #8
                Tech

                Note that the tech inspections are only free in SoCal. In NorCal they are supposed to be free if you do a pre-tech at a local shop (although I was charged $20 anyway) or if you get teched the day of the event it is $40.

                Doug, have you gotten any information on becoming a tech inspector?
                Tom "ELV15" Jones
                http://PIErats.com

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                • #9
                  Hi Guys,

                  I won't be able to come down to Buttonwillow in October. I will be at Little Red Nut (Thunderhill backwards) on the weekend of the 13th and Infineon (forwards) October 27th.

                  Have fun!

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                  • #10
                    I won't be there...I decided to give my car a good check-up, including the propshaft, crank seals and other things that will surely take me a while.

                    On the tour I dinged the propshaft a few times into the safety hoops and that begins to worry me. May have to do a modification to the hoops. Once I open that can of worms I may add an aero, well you get the idea.....hope that does not become a full winter project.

                    Gert

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