About this event
This is a safe and fun one-day course focused on proper car control for everyday driving. Learn to properly use your throttle and brakes, stopping as fast as possible, confidently react to evade sudden hazards, and comfortably travel on challenging roads. You can practice to recognize the traction capabilities and limits built into your Porsche or another manufacturer’s model you drive.
The event will feature low but spirited speeds. No helmets are required. Instruction will be by classroom and directly into your car by FM radio transmission. Real-time skills will be practiced on coned stations within a parking lot closed to the public for driver and vehicle safety. Entry is open to all who are 18 or over. You do not need to be a member of Porsche Club of America or the Inland Northwest Region to participate in the event.
This event will have feature 6 skills stations, 2 open run groups and 1 run group focused for women by women.
The event will take place rain or shine. Pray for rain!
Registration for volunteers and instructors who are not driving in the event is not required through MSR; it will be handled off line including necessary participation and Covid-19 waivers.
You must be a licensed driver 18 years of age or older.
Your car must be equipped with a functioning FM radio.
Sharing a car with other drivers is allowed but each driver is required to pay the entry fee.
The State of Washington, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center and Porsche Club of America Covid-19 practices and are in effect. Social distancing and face masks are required.
Lunch will not be provided as part of the event but water will be available. It is recommended that you pack a lunch.
A helmet is not required for this event.
Your car must meet the following requirements for you to participate:
No loose gear inside the car or trunk
Seats securely mounted
Seat belts in place and functioning
Tires not worn
Brake pads not overly worn
Battery securely mounted
No fluids dripping
Lug nuts or center-locks tight