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Palmer Motorsports Park II (September) 2015


Audi Club NA - Northeast Chapter

Monday, Sep 14 — Tuesday, Sep 15, 2015
Palmer Motorsports Park, Palmer, MA

Registration closed September 15, 2015 9:59 PM on September 15, 2015 9:59 PM EDT Registration ends September 15, 2015 9:59 PM on September 15, 2015 9:59 PM EDT Registration opens February 2, 2015 12:00 PM on February 2, 2015 12:00 PM EST Registration runs from February 2, 2015 12:00 PM to September 15, 2015 9:59 PM

Palmer Motorsports Park with NEQ September, 2015

Join us for a high performance driver education event on this rollercoaster of a track situated in south central Massachusetts.  This will be a two day event with the usual mix of classroom and track time.

Cost is $480 per student for both days.  Also join us for a banquet on Monday night at a TBD location.

The track: 

Sitting on Whiskey Hill 7 miles off the Mass Turnpike is Palmer Motorsports Park, the
first private road racing course in Massachusetts. Designed for driver training, vehicle
testing and motorsports, Palmer Motorsports Park offers the ultimate pavement to
pursue your passion for racing and speed.

PMP Whiskey Hill Raceway:  2.3 miles long, 40-feet wide, over 190 feet of elevation.
Designed by grassroot racers and professional track designers and carved out of 
Whiskey Hill granite, (courtesy of J Read Corporation )  the road course is a 
15-turn rollercoaster ride around a scenic and secluded alpine wilderness.

Registration and Tech inspection will take place at the track on Sunday evening, September 13. While this is the preferred option, Tech will also be open Monday morning at the track but timing will be critical, so come Sunday afternoon, relax, check out the other cars and meet your fellow drivers.


General Track Event Information:
Information that applies to all on-track driver education events. Be sure to study all of this information before attending any NEQ track event.
Vehicle Requirements
Tech pre-inspection
Open Top Cars: Open top car owners read this section carefully!
Track Terms
Helmets: Helmet with a SNELL SA10 or SA05 rating are required.  No M rated (motorcycle) helmets will be allowed.


There will be a banquet Monday evening.  The banquet location has not yet been determined, but participants can expect the same format and quality that has been provided in past years.

For more information on the track, please visit

All participants must be members of the Audi Club of North America (ACNA).  To join or update your membership, please go to the ACNA website ( andclick on "Join ACNA" at the top of the page.

Helmet requirements: SNELL SA10 or SA05 rating are the only helmets that may be used.  No more M (motorcycle) helmets will be allowed.

Cancellation Policy (revised 5/24/11)  No credits will be given.  All cancellations will be processed as a refund minus a cancellation fee as follows:

   - $50 Penalty up to 21 days before the event

   - $100 from 20 days to 7 days before the event

   - No refund within 6 days of the event

Eventmaster Douglas Cowieson at

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Palmer Motorsports Park
Location Palmer, MA
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