Cascade Sports Car Club
Miller-Kersting Memorial Driver Training ~~~~~~~
School or High Performance Driving Event
@ Portland Int’l Raceway
Bring your street or race-prepared car to our ICSCC-approved driving event. It is fundamental for those interested in racing, yet also fun education for those who want to learn more about car control on the street or just practice their skills.
Our Driving School includes a four-hour evening classroom session with in-depth instruction on car control theory and driving techniques. The next day you will put your knowledge to work on the 2-mile road course at world famous Portland International Raceway. You'll have a full day of on-track instruction and camaraderie with fellow car/racing enthusiasts.
For those interested in simply honing their driving skills, our HPDE course is a full day of on-track sessions around P.I.R. An instructor will ride along first session.
OW—There is now the opportunity for Open-wheel/Sports Racers to get on-track before the race weekend starts. We have added a 15-20 min. single OW session at the end of the driver training day.
2014 DATES (ON-TRACK DRIVING SCHOOL/HPDE)
*March 28th (class) / March 29th (track) ** Chicane
*April 24th (class) / April 25th ** No Chicane
*June 26th (class) / June 27th (track) ** Chicane
*August 7th (class) / August 8th (track) ** Chicane
*September 26th (class) / September 27th (track) ** Chicane
School includes evening classroom plus full-day on-track instruction--$210
**$10 Discount--Cascade Members, for "school" registration--$200
Contact Cascade Tracy Klein
for MSR discount code to enter on the online payment page.
HPDE is a full-day of track time--$180
Open-wheel (formula/sports racer cars) session--$45
Helmet rentals available--$10
Tech Performed on your car:
Adequate tire tread
Proper tire inflation
Loose items removed
No cracks in Window in Drivers View
Seat belts in good condition and working order ( 5 or 6 point Harness for Driver and Instructor for Convertibles)
Driver and passenger seats secure
Brake lights functional
Ensure the positive terminal on the battery is properly covered.
The battery needs to be mechanically secured to the car.
The helmet requirement is Snell SA2000 or Snell M2000, or newer.
Roll bar (make sure you read the Roll Bar Standards for convertibles)
Eye protection (convertibles)
For more information see our website: www.CascadeSportsCarClub.org
For questions, please contact: