The PCC-ACNA and Potomac PCA (Porsche Club Of America) have combined efforts once again for another Labor Day Weekend Drivers' School event at Virginia International Raceway. This is a three-day event that starts on Friday, August 29 and ends on Sunday, August 31. So, you can end your summer at the track and still have Monday to enjoy your weekend before returning to work.
The event is focused on beginners/novice student participants who are starting to get engaged in track events or those who want to improve their driving skills for the daily commute.
The Audi Club Chicago Chapter looks forward to its first advanced drivers day of the season on Autobahn’s exclusive full track. Many of you have come to know this event offers a tremendous value with plenty of on track time for your dollar. This year with the generous support of The Audi Exchange we have been able to manage costs even further and bring you possibly the best deal of the season with 2.5 hours of track time on the 3.56 mile full track configuration for just $230.
The event is open to all levels of experience and all makes and models.
The event will take place on the newly paved and widened North Course.
- Audi Club North America Members - $199.00
- Non-Audi Club Members- $225.00
- Instructors Registration – Free
This event requires pre-registration.
After the great success from last year's Twilight event, we had no choice but to do it again! Last year was the first Audi Club Twilight event ever to be held at Pocono Raceway with over 100 drivers attending, this year's event will only be better!
High Performance Drivers Education School - May 17-18
Time: May 17, 2014 to May 18, 2014
Location: Brainerd International Raceway, Baxter, MN
ABC Driver’s School at Road America – Sunday August 17th – Tuesday August 19th, 2014
Audi Club Wisconsin has a tradition of conducting annual driving clinics for teens to improve their driving skills. The goal is to teach many of the driving dynamics and skills that are often omitted in today’s world of basic driver education. The club conducts the clinics as a community service event and all teens are welcome. You do not need to be related to an Audi Club member to participate in the clinic.
The goals of the Street Survival program are to teach students some of the basics of car control, to enhance their enjoyment of driving and to improve their competence as drivers. We want the students to understand how their actions govern a car's responses, and as a result to become safer, more effective drivers on the road.