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Old 06-08-2004, 07:55 PM   #1
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Hi All -

Got this info regarding the Oktoberfest track school at Cal. Speedway:

1) Students can sign up with just a day pass ($60-$75) and the DS fee ($150) and not have to sign up for the whole O'fest. If they want to spend more money, they can pay $295 for the school and skip the day pass, but that seems a little dumb to me.

2) We aren't limited to BMW's. Non club members would have to join the CCA but they can do so regardless of what they drive and they can run this school (and most Pacific Retion schools) in any street worthly car.

3) BMW NA is bringing the following to the track:

-a McLaren F1 GTR
-a M1 grp 4 Procar
-the 1996 PTG M3 Sebring winner
-a 1977 320 turbo fresh from the restoration shop, if it's running
-their new BMW Vintage Race Truck
-Bill Auberlen
-Boris Said
-Joey Hand

The three gentlemen listed last will be giving rides in the cars listed first.

If someone signs up for the school on a day pass, they may attend all the other activites that day, (Vendor hall reception on Tuesday night, Petersen Museum dinner on Wednesday).

Applications are on the BMW CCA National website: www.bmwcca.org

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Old 06-08-2004, 10:23 PM   #2
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That would be sweet!

I recently found out that a business associate is best friends with Boris. Having not followed racing until very recently, I didn't know much about him when he originally told me. I understand he's a great guy. Hope you guys get a chance to meet him and ride along!
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