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Only two more days until the Midwest Region's inaugural event at beautiful Road America! Please note that there has been a change to the April 8-10 Road America schedule that will add even more track time to the event. The schedule change now means some 7.5 hours of track time over the three day event. Racers not only have their double sprint race, one hour enduro, and practice day, but an additional 2 fun races and additional practice time. HPDE drivers will have at least 15 thirty minute sessions over the three days. Check out the new schedule at the Road American Infopage at http://www.racenasa.com. Entries for the Road America event will be limited to allow for all of this additional track time, and adequate track spacing for drivers. When HPDE groups are combined (ex. HPDE 3&4, we will grid HPDE 4 ahead of HDPE3 to continue to allow for open passing in HPDE4, and to split the experience levels). To register for this and other NASA HPDE events http://www.nasaproracing.com
 

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Only two more days until the Midwest Region's inaugural event at beautiful Road America! Please note that there has been a change to the April 8-10 Road America schedule that will add even more track time to the event. The schedule change now means some 7.5 hours of track time over the three day event. Racers not only have their double sprint race, one hour enduro, and practice day, but an additional 2 fun races and additional practice time. HPDE drivers will have at least 15 thirty minute sessions over the three days. Check out the new schedule at the Road American Infopage at http://www.racenasa.com. Entries for the Road America event will be limited to allow for all of this additional track time, and adequate track spacing for drivers. When HPDE groups are combined (ex. HPDE 3&4, we will grid HPDE 4 ahead of HDPE3 to continue to allow for open passing in HPDE4, and to split the experience levels). To register for this and other NASA HPDE events http://www.nasaproracing.com


Rudy...I didn't expect to run into you on this forum. :)
 
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