About this event
You must be at least 18 to drive during this event.
3:00 – 7:00 pm Check in at the Throttlestop at 20 Victory Lane in Elkhart Lake - Drive-up location to pick up your packet
3:00 – 6:00 pm Concours & car show, hop scotch, talk big - socializing
6:00 – 6:45 pm Driver & Instructors Meeting .
Sunday activities will take place between 3:00 and 7:00 at
The Throttlestop is a car and motorcycle museum. They also sell unique cars, offer detailing, and storage. It’s a beautiful place run by very cool people.
NOTE: The entire building will not be open for our use this year due to the COVID situation, however, the restrooms will be open and the garage doors will be open at the detail shop for our
registration and materials handoff. The museum will be open at three specific times, for a pre-arranged tour. When you enter the building, you must wear a mask and always maintain a good social distance.
Outside, you must wear a mask when you are out of your car unless the setting and arrangement of vehicles & people allows proper social distancing.
Don’t miss the meeting!
• Learn where to go, what to do and all that!
• There will be modified passing rules for all groups at this year’s event.
• On-track instruction for novice and intermediate drivers will utilize different techniques.
• This year it will have plenty of non-contact and social distancing thrown into the mix.
Drivers with trailers: You can take your rig to the track on Sunday night after 7:00 and you must
be off the grounds by 9:00.
Monday starts with a quick meeting, then classroom for beginner and intermediate drivers in the Tufte Center which allows us to maintain respectful social distancing and have all the technology needed classes. The rest of the morning will be taken up by in-car exercises, led by our instructors. They will show you threshold braking techniques, side-to-side weight transfer in a slalom exercise, and an accident avoidance exercise. Classroom sessions continue off and on through the two days. If you are a novice you will be assigned an instructor. Due to COVID-19 restrictions the instruction may be lead-follow instead of the typical in car instruction. Instructors will be involved in lead-follow and corner observation techniques to help maintain our mission of educating all levels of drivers. More details will be released closer to the event.
Monday night banquet will be Route 67 Saloon and Restauran at 191 Lincoln Street, Elkhart Lake. Drinks at 6pm and dinner at 7pm. Featuring a delicious meal consisting of mixed greens salad, choice of Grilled Chicken, Smoked Brisket, Baked Cod or Vegetable Risotto, and served with green beans, roasted red potatoes, rolls and finished with a scrumptious Turtle Cheesecake. Cost is $30 for registered participants. Cost is also $30 for a guest.
Tuesday, you will have classroom interspersed with a mystery exercise, and lots of time on the track to hone your skills.
Fees are payable online with your credit card when you register. (see registration form for details)
Audi Club Member - Students - $475 until July 15th, $525 after July 15th
Non Audi Club Member - Students - $475 until July 15th, $525 after July 15th. An additional $50 will be collected to buy you a membership in the Audi Club. If you want you can purchase an Audi membership at the national club website.
Audi Club Member - Instructors - $225 (Instructors must be Audi Club members before registering for the event)
Many automobile insurance policies now exclude coverage for events that take place on a race track. The only way to know if your policy still covers driving schools is to read your policy. If you find that your policy does not cover our driving schools you can purchase event insurance from our sponsor Haggerty.
Note: A Welcome Packet, Track Layout and Driving Guides, along with other informational materials will be forthcoming.
The club has reserved a block of rooms at the Osthoff with discounted rates for the event. Reservations can be made starting on 6/4 and the rooms will be held for the club until 7/16. When you call to make your reservation (855-671-6870) be sure to ask for the Audi Club rate.
COVID-19 Preparation at our Road America Event
Your personal health & safety on the track and as a participant in this event are of utmost importance to us in the Wisconsin Chapter of the ACNA.
We will be designing the registration, meetings, classrooms and instruction, etc., to comply with all necessary local and state restrictions (if any are still in place) and US Federal, Health Canada & CDC COVID-19 guidelines that apply to ensure the complete safety of our participants and staff.
In addition, there may be special restrictions and guidelines we will need to meet for track specific Safety Protocols in place at Road America. As portions of the US and states have begun to reopen, these guidelines have been constantly in flux over the last few months.
Please be assured that we will provide you with the most up-to-the-date information you will need in a timely fashion prior to the event.
Audi Club Membership
Audi Club membership is required for instructors. If you are an instructor but not an Audi Club member go to the national club website. The cost is $49 per year. You will need your Audi Club membership number in order to complete the registration process. Students that are not Audi club members will be assessed an additional fee that will be used to buy them an Audi club membership.
No convertibles will be allowed to participate at any ACNA driving school that takes place on a ‘race track’. This includes TTs, Boxters, BMW Z3’s, etc. Vehicles with factory roll hoops and/or deployable roll over protection will not be allowed. For the above excluded vehicles to be allowed to participate at a ‘race track’ the minimum requirements are:
1. A four-point roll cage consisting of a main hoop behind the front seats with two rear braces.
2. A four- and preferably five-point safety harness for both driver and instructor
3. Arm restraints are recommended but not required at this time.
Removable hard tops are not considered structural roofs. The only exception is if they meet the minimum ‘race track’ requirements as detailed above.
All participants must wear a helmet. Helmets must be Snell 2010 (M or SA) or later (M or SA). Helmets with only DOT specification, regardless of year, may not be used. Helmets with both Snell and DOT specification are allowed as long as they are 2010 or newer.
Have your credit card handy when you register. You'll pay on line to complete your registration.
The Welcome Packet, Tech Form and Schedule are being updated and check back after June 15th for the updated documents and links. Tech forms and waivers may be designed to be handled on-line with zero contact as Covid-19 protocols develop nationally.
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