Turn2 Adds Midweek 1/2-Day Events

Got this from Tom Pritchett via MotorsportReg.com:



We have been asked lately what Late Apexing is.  Well, at least our format.  Late Apexing is an event held on several Wednesday evenings through out the season.  Between 2pm and 7pm, you can come and enjoy the warm afternoon air blowing through your open windows as you hear the howl of the car next to you pass by.  Or is it you passing the other car?  Anyhow, this was a success in the 2017 track season and we will continue with it in the 2018 track season.  We begin our first one next Wednesday on April 4th and then again on April 18th.  All of our Late Apexing dates are open on http://www.motorsportreg.com for registration.

Here are the dates

April 4th, 18th
May 23rd
June 6th, 27th
July 25th
August 15th, 29th
September 5th and 26th

This gives us an additional 10 more track days for the season and as a plus for these days, they are only $200.00!  Now if you can only convince the boss to leave early…

We have been asked if there is a T2 season pass for our drivers.  Living so close to Snoqualmie Pass and understanding the draw that this has for skiers, I have been trying to figure out how this may work.  The challenge is how we work in our diverse events into something that will work for our drivers.  I have decided to use a system that we came up with a few years ago.  We will create packages of 10  or more days for 10% off the package.  You decide which days and what kind of days you want and what kind of mixture of those days you want! Seeing that we have 28 regular track days available right now, there is a lot to choose from.  Just plan them out, or just commit to days and figure out the days later.  No problem!  We will make it as simple as we can for you.

Have a great day and I hope to see you at the track soon!

To see the calendar for the 2018 season, it can be found on http://www.turn2lapping.com





Club Lotus to Have Its Fall Track Day!

Last fall, Mark Viskov suggested that Club Lotus NW might be done with track days at Portland after the 2017 event.  His optimism had sunk some due to rising costs and other issues.

I was bummed.

However, the clnw.org website suggests that a 2018 event is in the offing.

AND:  In fact, a Club Lotus NW event actually shows up in the PIR calender as well, so I’m VERY hopeful.  Maybe I’ll take my daily driver hatch down for a spin.

Looks like the All British Meet weekend was pushed out in September due to the Verizon IndyCar Gran Prix coming to town on Memorial Day Weekend.

Yay!  Club Lotus is my absolute favorite club-based event organizer.  Mark Viskov is the man!

2018 Skip Day Track Days Posted

I got this from Peter Belfanti:


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Like a Bad RASH….   We are back for 2018!!
As all ways we are going to offer maximum track time in open track formats, minium BS, for the best price possible.

Mark your calendars for 2018
March 17th Saturday – ORP instructor and worker training – this is how you get your certification to instruct for the year.
March 18th sun – 19th mon – Oregon Raceway park 2 DAY SEASON KICKOFF
April 8th mon – Oregon Raceway Park
June 11th mon – Oregon Raceway Park
July 16th mon Oregon Raceway Park
August 16th – Portland International Raceway

Registration will be opening for all events shortly on Motorsports Reg!

Yours for the sport
Peter Belfanti
Skip Day Track Days

I have not tracked with this group. Most of their events are at ORP.  It’s a little far for my tastes, if ever try it, I think I’ll be out with Cantrell Motorsports.  Their by far my favorite group to track with. So sad that they could not get it work financially at Shelton.

Changes to Evening Lapping Events at the Ridge

I saw this come up awhile ago when checking in about 2018 events.  Apparently, in the summer, The Ridge Racing School handed off management of their Wednesday Nights at the Track (separate from TNiA with SCCA).  These are also 1/2 day, lower cost events that run durinjg the extended daylight summer evenings.

Tom sent a note about the 1/2-day events earlier in the year, but I had my plans in place, plus my car kept hiccuping at the track.  Hopefully, this year will go more smoothly.

Click this link for racing school notes about the “partnership.”

No listings for specific events yet. I’ll add these to my personal planning calendar when they appear, here.