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Last Post 03 Jan 2001 04:30 PM by  Jan in Omaha
Schedule Change
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Chuck Clark
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02 Jan 2001 09:42 PM
    There has been a change in the Midiv schedule as it relates to Heartland Park.

    The dates of our events have not changed, but the makeup of the events have. Instead of the April date being a driver school/regional, it is now a double regional. Instead of the July date being a double regional, it is now a driver school/regional.

    If anybody needs more details on this, email me at ClarkFinGrp@netscape.net
    Jan in Omaha
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    03 Jan 2001 05:10 AM
    Is the April date still a HPCCC?

    Jan
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    03 Jan 2001 06:28 AM
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Jan in Omaha:
    [b]Is the April date still a HPCCC?

    Jan[/b]



    Jan,

    Yes, we are still having HPCCCs and autoXs at both of those events.

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    03 Jan 2001 07:02 AM
    I'm mainly and autoxer in the Kansas Region, however I noticed last year there were a couple of events (at least one anyway) at Heartland Park that allowed just about anyone to do some laps with an instructor.

    My question is, what was that "school"? Was that a HPCCC (I have no idea what that stands for -- you know how autoxers are SCCAForums Image ).

    I'm not interested in a novice license, just want some laps in my autox car.



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    Buzz Dixon
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    03 Jan 2001 07:36 AM
    Buzz,

    The "school" is an SCCA drivers school for people who want to get licensed and compete in Club Racing.

    The "HPCCC" is a High Performance Car Control Clinic. This is open to anybody with a street car, valid driver's license, and a helmet (loaners available). In the HPCCC you get 2 days of lapping on the road course. You are provided with an instructor who will ride with you in the beginning, then turn you loose on your own when you're ready. The HPCCC is a great way for somebody who has an interest in road racing to test the waters. It's also a great way for you auto crossers to use your 4th and 5th gears. SCCAForums Image

    I don't remember the exact entry fee for the HPCCC, but I think it was in the $160 range for two days. On a dollars to fun ratio, it's a bargain!
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    03 Jan 2001 08:07 AM
    Thanks Chuck,

    That HPCCC thing is what I'm after.

    We have a 4th and 5th gear? SCCAForums Image



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    Buzz Dixon
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    03 Jan 2001 04:30 PM
    Uh 5th gear? Not really there Chuck. In my Civic or our Neon we only got into 4th for about 10 seconds total per lap. Also the official "speed limit" is only 85... which is right about what my cars can do on the track with the chicane on the front straight. Of course... there is no enforcement for higher HP cars that I have seen.

    Whoomah! (tm)

    Jan in Omaha (who loves to eat up the Mustangs in the corners)

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Chuck Clark:
    [b]Buzz,

    The "school" is an SCCA drivers school for people who want to get licensed and compete in Club Racing.

    The "HPCCC" is a High Performance Car Control Clinic. This is open to anybody with a street car, valid driver's license, and a helmet (loaners available). In the HPCCC you get 2 days of lapping on the road course. You are provided with an instructor who will ride with you in the beginning, then turn you loose on your own when you're ready. The HPCCC is a great way for somebody who has an interest in road racing to test the waters. It's also a great way for you auto crossers to use your 4th and 5th gears. SCCAForums Image

    I don't remember the exact entry fee for the HPCCC, but I think it was in the $160 range for two days. On a dollars to fun ratio, it's a bargain![/b]
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