BMWCCA PSR HPDE/CCC @ PACIFIC
BMW CCA - Puget Sound Chapter
Registration closed August 9, 2016 6:00 PM on August 9, 2016 6:00 PM PDT Registration ends August 9, 2016 6:00 PM on August 9, 2016 6:00 PM PDT Registration opens December 24, 2015 12:00 AM on December 24, 2015 12:00 AM PST Registration runs from December 24, 2015 12:00 AM to August 9, 2016 6:00 PM
BMWCCA PSR presents our August 12, 2016 High Performance Driving and Car Control Clinic at Pacific Raceways in Kent Washington
Join us for a fun and educational day at our local race track! Whether you want to improve your day to day driving skills or want to get the most out of your “Ultimate Driving Machine,” you will find what you need at our track events.
Want to improve your daily driving skills? Want to prepare for HPDE participation? Start Here:
Segment 1 - Car Control Clinic: $135 Includes Lunch. Registration will be closed when this class reaches capacity or at 6 pm,Tuesday, August 9 whatever occurs first.
Car Control Clinics are a fun way to learn what the vehicle you drive every day is truly capable of doing in emergency and high stress situations. Exercises include Braking, Accident Avoidance, Late Apex Turns, Slalom and a mini-Auto cross course.
Completion of this course is required for participation in BMWCCA HPDE sessions. The Car Control Clinic and the HPDE run simultaneously. It is not possible to attend both CCC and HPDE on the same day.
So you tried the Car Control Clinic, took a ride with an instructor and can't wait for more? Or are you a repeat offender looking for your next opportunity to put your car through its paces? Go Here:
Segment 2 - High Performance Driver Education: $235 for registrations through Sunday, August 7, 2016, $285 for registrations received August 8 and August 9. Registration fees include lunch. Registration will close at 6 pm Tuesday, August 9 or when the event reaches capacity.
Attendees are assigned to groups by the Chief Driving Instructor, based on the skills and abilities of the participant and the vehicle. Here is a loose outline of each group:
D Group (NOVICE): If you are an experienced driver with little or no time at Pacific Raceways, you may find yourself assigned here to start and then being recommended to a more experienced group by your instructor. If you are brand new to the sport and have completed a Car Control Clinic, this is where you will begin to learn the skills to safely operate your vehicle around the road course with the assistance of an instructor. Limited "let by" areas allow faster vehicles to safely overtake those who are a bit slower. D Group is a great place to become comfortable with how your vehicle feels and handles at speeds greater than you can maintain safely on a public highway. As your ability and comfort level increases, your instructor may recommend that you move into....
C Group (Low Intermediate): This group is generally experienced with the track and the vehicle. Participants will work with instructors to perfect their driving line and master the skills necessary to safely navigate the vehicle around the course at speed. Performance skill like "heel and toe" are addressed, as well as development of effective traffic management techniques. Depending on the instructor, participants may be signed off to "solo" in this group. When you have gained the skills and confidence, the instructor may recommend that you move into....
B Group (High Intermediate): Ok, you know your way around the track and have demonstrated the ability to do so safely at speed. Now it is time to work with your instructor to learn and master advanced driving techniques and lines. It is common for drivers to "solo" in this group and they set a fast pace. Faster, more experienced drivers will enjoy a few more "let by" zones in this group. Some drivers choose to stay in this group, but with the recommendation of your instructor and the Chief Driving Instructor, you may advance to:
A Group (Advanced): This a group of very experienced drivers who love to drive their cars at speed. Instructors are available to help learn and master new skills, but many drive "solo". Our volunteer instructors are welcome to participate during these sessions. If you are interested in becoming an HPDE instructor, the Chief Driving Instructor looks for Instructor Candidates in this group.