Jeff saw it. Brad saw it. Bill saw it. They all agreed — we gotta do this! Two members went out to Milwaukee, WI, and came back with enthusiasm — we can do this!
Do you have a teenaged driver or know someone that does?
Then we have a program for you!
On Saturday, May 5th, the Arctic Alaska Region will be hosting our Inaugural TireRack Teen Street Survival School at Alaska Raceway Park. Teens (program is for 15-21 year-olds) use the cars they normally drive. The goal is to teach students how their vehicle reacts under different driving conditions. Each car has unique handling characteristics and we want students to be comfortable in the vehicle where they spend most of their time. Students normally use the family car or their daily driver for the Street Survival exercises.
Alaska Raceway Park, located in the Butte (off Palmer Alternate Highway) will be the site for our TireRack Teen Street Survival School, and the school is one day from 8:30-4:00PM. There is a little classroom time to start the day and then students will enjoy a hands-on driving experience with a trained coach in the car at all times. Instruction occurs on a controlled driving course, a portion of which is wet to simulate driving conditions. Lunch is provided for the students and their parents.
Registration is through http://www.alaskascca.motorsportreg.com and fees are paid directly to the BMW Foundation. Cost for the day is $75 per student.
Checkout the website for more information or you can call Cheryl at 243-2122/745-2013 (9A-7P)!
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