divebombed??? Seriously a nice invite and everybody will learn something as the VIR track is awesome esp with cars that have 400+ HP and can stretch out the throttle a bit.
Please join the FCA for two great days at Virginia International Raceway's 3.1 mile Full Course, on Monday-Tuesday April 10-11.
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- Small Run Groups - lots of track time- Four 30-minute sessions each day.
- Instructors are provided for Beginners and available for Intermediate students.
- Ferrari not required. FCA membership not required. Race cars are welcome.
- Club dinner available Monday night on-site, followed by nightcap at the Club Villa
- We'll have The Tavern / Connie's Pub open on-site on Sunday afternoon for early registration. After dinner, everyone is invited back to the Club Villa for a nightcap and cigars on the deck.
- Lodging : IS available (but not on the website). You will need to email : [email protected]
For more information, reach out to SE Region Track Chair Howard Stanton at [email protected] or call/text 703.593.4273
to REGISTER, click here: https://ferrariclubofamerica-georgiach.regfox.com/vir-2023
My issue isn't the dive bombs its the jackasses almost taking off my bumper trying to draft coming out of a corner seriously who thinks their 120 hp gutted miata is going to keep up under full accel with one of our cars..... When I lap a Miata 2-3 times on a 2.3 mile track in 30 min please stop with the BS and give good point buys.divebombed??? Seriously a nice invite and everybody will learn something as the VIR track is awesome esp with cars that have 400+ HP and can stretch out the throttle a bit.
A vert isn't always ideal but we can set up sessions for the Green group and limit the back straight to an agreed-upon top speed/passing rules for convertibles. Often it has to do with the master insurance policy for the event moreso than the limits of the organization. The thing I respect about this group is you often have pro drivers as your coaches and you get to experience things with low-traffic situations. We can't always be sure of that in a big field of cars.Always wanted to do one of these especially with the ZL1 now but will be in Bristol for the race that weekend. Seems like some don't allow verts and some do from what i have been looking into. New York Safety Track is in my neck of the woods was lookin at last fall when they had some openings but life came up of course.
First time ever I have done something like this. I signed up for the event and dinner, hope I am accepted since never driven on a racetrack before. Sounds exciting. 10 hour drive from Orlando.Hope this is ok, I am cross posting this nice write up from the Ferrarichat page but it still holds true.
I will be working this event in-car and likely will bring my SS instead of the track gear for this one. If you have always wanted to SAFELY exercise your car on track where you won't get divebombed with Miatas, this is a perfect place to do it. Great people, amazing cars and tons of track time on a world class track in prime weather. This will be my tenth year as a driver coach for the club, it is a wonderful event each time.
Nice banquet on Monday evening as well. You get what you pay for. Sure there are cheaper track days but none better. Imagine a run group on a huge track with 5-10 cars? What is THAT worth to you?!
Sebring for your next event? Remember to bring a mouth guard....First time ever I have done something like this. I signed up for the event and dinner, hope I am accepted since never driven on a racetrack before. Sounds exciting. 10 hour drive from Orlando.
Looking forward to meeting you! I will likely be instructing in a green ZL1 and a white F12. I'll have my nametag on at the pub during registration. Welcome, you'll have a blast!First time ever I have done something like this. I signed up for the event and dinner, hope I am accepted since never driven on a racetrack before. Sounds exciting. 10 hour drive from Orlando.