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      03-29-2008, 08:44 AM   #1
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Thunderhill - April 21st

Got Guts At Thunderhill is an annual track day benefitting the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America and sponsored by the Sacramento Area Miata Owners Association. This is our third annual avent, and is being held this year on Monday, April 21, 2008. The cost of $235 gets each driver 2.5 hours of track time, refreshments and catered lunch. A raffle supporting the CCFA will be held at noon.

All types of cars are welcome - advanced and intermediate run groups only. For more information log on to www.gotgutsatthunderhill.com. The event is about 83% full, so if interested sign up soon.

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Hey this looks like something I might do. only question is do we get any lessions? or do you have to be passed lessions prior to this track event?
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Well, we're officially on the home stretch now, with less than 3 weeks to go to GGATIII... 7 advanced and 4 intermediate slots left... don't wait until the last minute or you might miss out...

Jinxter, the event is for advanced and intermediate (3+ track days) drivers only. We won't have instructors there, and I wouldn't want to put someone in over their head. If you qualify, that's great, come on and sign up. If you want a good introduction to track driving, check out www.team-racing.org or www.hookedondriving.com. They both offer excellent instruction.

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