Time to Go Racing

It is nearly time for the racing season to begin in the Pacific NW starting with the IRDC Driving School on Saturday April 22 at the Ridge Motorsports Park and the Enduro the next day April 23 also at the Ridge.  We will have full parts support at this event including racing fuel.  If you need something specific, please call or email in a timely manner and we’ll be sure to have it for you at the track.

The next weekend will be a busy one.  Friday April 28th, we’ll be at Pacific Raceways for the SOVREN Test and Tune and Novice Day.  The trailer/store will be there full of parts but racing fuel will only be available by pre-arranged request.  Leaving about 2PM we’ll head for the Ridge to support the LuckyDog race at the Ridge Motorsports Park.  We’ll be at the Ridge all day Saturday as well and then go back to Pacific Raceways on Sunday for the conclusion of the SOVREN race weekend.  And you thought your life was hectic.

These three events are posted here on our website under the heading “Events” at the top of the page.  More events will be added in the coming days as time permits.  All told, we’ll be supporting about 25 events this season trackside at Pacific Raceways, the Ridge Motorsports Park, Portland International Raceways and Spokane County Raceway.

Looking forward to seeing you at the track.

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Special Lunch Time Guest Speaker just added to the 2017 High Performance Racing Seminar

Registration is now open for the 22nd annual High Performance Racing Seminar.  The seminar featuring 3 of the best minds in racing who will share their insider secrets to assist you to improve your racing in 2017.  Plus 2 very special speakers have been added.

John Block, owner of Auto-Ware and acclaimed race engineer, will discuss, “John’s First Law of Vehicle Dynamics.”  Here John is help you understand how to set up your car for ease of driving while going faster.

Ed Zabinski, is one of the best racing coaches in America.  Himself a several time SCCA National Champion and longtime professional race in both sedans and formula cars, Ed is currently coaching in the Ferrari Challenge.  It was here that Ed began coaching Scott Tucker who not only became an IMSA champion but won the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Ed will share his formula that can be used by any racer at any level that will dramatically improve your on track performance.

Roger Caddell, is arguably the top data acquisition trainers in America.  Officially Roger is the national trainer for AIM a leading data acquisition company for motorsports. Roger will discuss what data you get, why you get it, and how to use it.  More importantly he will present the importance of understanding how your car is responding to give you the data so you can improve.

Jack Baldwin will be our special lunch time guest speaker.  Jack has been racing professionally for 45 years.  He has won the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring twice, is 2 time IMSA GTU Champion and 1992 SCCA Trans-Am Champion.  That year he achieved a unique milestone when he completed every one of the 503 laps the series ran that year.  You will love to meet Jack and here his racing adventure stories.

Just added on January 26, Phillipe de Lespinay the public relations director for the Stand 21 Foundation.  He will be present a brief but passionate talk on driver safety.

The all day seminar will be held Saturday February 11, 2017 in Tacoma, WA.  The price includes coffee and rolls, a complete hot lunch, and afternoon snacks.  The speakers will be your personal race consultants for the day so following their formal presentation, they will be available to discuss your specific question about your driving and your car.

The cost is $257.00   To register just click here.

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