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GM posted this on SC--

this school is hosted by the national prelude club however this school is now open to anyone. So far we have 3 saabs signed up & hopefully a few more of you will. If interested follow the link below for more info &/or pm me for any questions.

http://www.nationalpreludemeet.com/registered.htm

It looks like it should be a very fun trackmeet! I am already signed up & paid.



 

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Looks very fun, would people bring their own cars, or use those alotted. Those seem like quite a few cars to be driving all together on the same strip. :lol:
 

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that is one hell of a lot of cars, it'd be cool to be infront and just rip the e and put it sideways in the middle of the track and make one huge pile up :twisted:

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that place is less than 30 minutes away from my house, well, the way i drive at least
ill probly spend a good bit of time up there this summer
rally school and what not :twisted:
 

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if there are enough people coming down for that, it may call for a PGH saablink/saabwhatever GTG?
just a thought to throw around?
 

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HUmmm always wanted to drive a C900T on a track. Will be neat to compare to some of the other cars. But don't want to drive home with any body work to fix.

If i had another 900T that is a bit more expendable i'd go for it no questions.

Still undecided i guess.

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I don't think it is going to get anywhere near that intense Ian, there are track rules people all have to follow. just bring the green car, it will be fine ;) :D also BS42, the 9000 can take a few turns, just drop in the aero suspension and some SAS swaybars. probably out handle a stock C-900 then
 

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there are a few pretty good turns on the course, at the drift comp there was a Porsche 911 america, a STI, and a 3K GT on the track
the hardest turn, to my knowledge, is and up-hill hairpin, that is preceeded by the back straight and a few little turns, and followed by a small up hill and the front straight, which you have to be on your brakes halfway down to make turn one
i have never driven the course, but i have sat and analyzed and video taped both motorcycles and cars on the track
i wish i were old enough though
 

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I'm actually still on the fence on this one. I don't want to drive all the way out there and be turned down for my body work, or propane or something.
 
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