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2008-02-28 13:25:30
2008 track days in the northeast with com sports car club
hey everyone! i'm stopping by to make a quick post regarding com sports car club’s track days for 2008! com is based in new england but travels to many of the historic and challenging tracks in the east, northeast and canada.

com offers performance driver’s education and time trial series at these prestigious road courses at an affordable price. we have top level instructors available and welcome drivers of every experience level, including first timers. for first time participants attending a non-nhms event, com will waive its initial membership fee.

  • new hampshire motor speedway (april 7 & 8 mon/tues, july 8 & 9 tues/weds, october 25 & 26 sat/sun)
  • watkins glen, ny – long circuit (april 21 & 22 mon/tues)
  • calabogie - ontario, canada – (may 26 & 27 mon/tues)
  • mont tremblant – quebec, canada (aug 4 & 5 mon/tues)
  • mosport – ontario, canada (sept 8 & 9 mon/tues)
event fees (except watkins glen) are $225 for one day, $425 for both
watkins glen fees are $240 for one day, $450 for both

we welcome drivers from all areas of the us and canada.

for more info, please check out http://www.comscc.org

see you at the track!
2008-02-28 23:09:11
Sounds good is it circuit racing???
2008-02-29 00:27:18
Originally Posted by BROOKLYN
Sounds good is it circuit racing???
yes, that is exactly what it is... it is a great way to get on the track. stop by at any of the events... all the members are great folks.

All of COMSCC's events are held at road course tracks in the Northeast USA and Southeast Canada.

For those unfamiliar, a road course track is a racing circuit which exhibits the types of turns, straightaways, and changes of elevation that one might encounter while driving on public streets. The turns can be left or right, tight or wide, banked with the turn, banked against the turn, or not banked at all. The straights can be short or long, uphill, downhill, or flat. Road courses are a lot more fun (in our humble opinion) than plain ovals, since there is a lot more going on than just driving in circles.
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