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Fall Track Event (PDX)


Fall Track Event (PDX)

SCCA - Land O' Lakes Region

Saturday, October 13, 2018
Dakota County Technical College, Rosemount, MN


Registration closed October 12, 2018 11:59 PM on October 12, 2018 11:59 PM CDT Registration ends October 12, 2018 11:59 PM on October 12, 2018 11:59 PM CDT Registration opens September 4, 2018 8:00 AM on September 4, 2018 8:00 AM CDT Registration runs from September 4, 2018 8:00 AM to October 12, 2018 11:59 PM

Registration is closed.  If you'd like to volunteer or drive please call/text Kathy at 612-839-7905.  We likely will have a few last-minute openings, so be sure let us know you are interested.

PDX (Performance Driving Experience)
Presented by Land O’ Lakes Region, SCCA
Sunday, April th at Dakota County Technical College

 This is your opportunity to discover the joys of Performance Driving!

(Scroll down and click "Continue" on each page to complete your registration)

Click HERE (scroll down) and you'll see the links for the Supps/tech form and Schedule.

Supps,  ScheduleTech Form

A PDX event provides the unique opportunity to bring your car on a real track.

Do you want to improve your driving skills? Come for instruction from trained instructors, who happen to be racecar drivers themselves.

And if you just like cars, go ahead and register.  We'll get you started as a volunteer.  One BIG benefit is you can take your car on track in the afternoon session, and even have an instructor ride along (no cost!)  So scroll down and click continue to register as a volunteer.  And if you want to drive, read on and also continue.

Fee:  SCCA members:  $150; Non-members are $165 (including weekend membership)

You get a full day on the track, classroom and instructor ride-along (advanced drivers can request this but it's not required)

Do you want to learn how to better control your car at a higher rate of speed than is legal on public roads? Here's your opportunity to go fast and not worry about getting a ticket in a safe environment. Plus you WILL become a better driver!

All you need to participate in a PDX event is a registered streetcar, valid drivers license, and a helmet (and we have loaners if you need one).

First and foremost, a PDX/Track Event is about you driving your car. Our primary focus is the safety of you and your car. Getting you as much seat time as possible with instruction is our next goal, that way you can become more comfortable behind the wheel of your car at speed.

Should I do anything before I arrive at a Track Day (PDX)?

If you are not sure your car is ready for the use it will see on a racetrack, we suggest you take your vehicle to a technician who is skilled enough to evaluate your vehicle for track use. You should also plan to bring appropriate “Gear” to the PDX event. Items like extra oil, coolant, tire pressure guage, sunscreen, umbrella, hat, camera, storage bin or bag, lawn chair, etc. 

In addition to getting you and your vehicle prepared for the Track Day (PDX) event, before you arrive at the track, please review the other “Track Day” related pages on this website.

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SCCA - Land O' Lakes Region

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Venue

Dakota County Technical College
Location Rosemount, MN
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