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When: Sunday, September 30, 2012
Where: Buttonwillow Raceway Park (13CW)
Racing from: 8am-5pm
Drivers Meeting: 7:15am (Sharp) Try and get there before!
Participates Accepted: 50 (That is it, no one extra will be accepted.)

Your run group goes on once a hour, you should be literally getting two track days in one. All the cars around you are high end automobiles, and the owners do not want to scratch/damage their cars just as you don't want to. The incredible opportunity to receive private driving instruction from our professional drivers (Mike Bonanni/Jordan Yost) will be available on the registration page. If you're a beginner on the track, they will jump in the car with you, teach you the proper breaking points, teach you the line and assist with issues/questions/help/etc you may need;they are there for you. Even if you are a professional and just need to shave some lap time off, they are able to provide very useful advice as they do this for a living. We just added a exclusive package for this event.We will include a photo CD ($65 value) and Timing Transponder Rental ($20) in your general admission fee. You can see your car in action and receive some AWESOME pictures of your car on the track. (Examples: Click here)

Reserve your spot before they are all sold!
Event Registration: Speed District hosts Open Track Day at Buttonwillow Raceway on September 30, 2012 - Speed District

You are guaranteed to have a blast! Whether you are a beginner or a professional driver, our events are for you. This event is properly spaced out and broken down into different run groups (by skill), so you will feel at ease on the track. You'll be safe and surrounded by good company. :)

Feel free to ask any questions, I will probably answer them or someone that has been to our events before can.

Example of the pictures from our last event (June 1 @ Buttonwillow): 6/1 - Advanced - a set on Flickr

You would be paying $150-$170 and $20 transponder fee for this track with other organizers. $170-190. You would have over 80-120 cars joining you at that rate/price. With Speed District, the whole event is capped out at 50 cars. Not to mention, included the $65 photography CD from the track photographer. You might be paying a slight premium but look at the value of your dollar. Track event with WAY less cars on the track (1/3 to be exact) that on it's own is basically like insurance.

Hope to see you at the track.

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