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    Loud lederhosen saves lives hoffman912's Avatar
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    Kris,

    If interested in doing a caravan and down with camping (no obligation of course), you can meet up with me near Denver, and head through Rocky Mountain National Park, Dinosaur NP, etc. I am tentatively scheduled to meet up with Eric (PMB) in Utah before heading across Nevada. My plan would be Columbus-KC (Sept 22), KC-Den (sept 23), Den-SLC (sept 24), SLC-SFO (Sept 25). Keith has also expressed interest in joining the misadventures as well.
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    Side note we are taking absolutely no interstate the majority of the way. Screen Shot 2018-07-26 at 12.09.19 PM.jpg
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    That looks good but your are missing spectacular roads and scenery through the Big Horns and Tetons. Looks like you are going out of YNP through West Yellowstone. Kind of blah through there to Craters. Idaho spud fields and high desert. 93 to 50 is a good way to Cali. 50 is really a good drive.
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    Thanks for making me SO JEALOUS, guys!!!!!
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    I am with you Kris, B roads are the best way. the only freeway I planned on was 70 to get to Colorado as quickly as possible and to blast through the planes. From there its mostly b roads once I get to the fun mountain states.
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    I was on track at Laguna last month and I can tell you the track is in great condition.
    Some new to me aprons added for erosion control in critical places.
    For example at the top of the corkscrew at the left apex where a stack of tires normally is located.
    Now a nice 2 foot wide abrasive concrete apex apron adds grip if you get your left front tire on it.

    After spectating Rennsport might have to return October 20/21 for the Alfa Club event with the 911 to get some more seat time at Laguna Seca.
    (92 db limit this event)

    If you want to get on Laguna Seca this is a fun group to share the track.

    https://www.motorsportreg.com/events...ng-hpde-031190

    Really looking forward to Pre Reunion and Reunion with 8 sounds free sessions/races schedule for our IMSA GTO Camaro.

    Favorite route to the track, just because I prefer to avoid crowded hwy 68 and the steep hill at the main entrance.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUK3WrVT7QU

    Not my video, just a nice look at the track aprons
    https://youtu.be/-pJsIrgMUiU?t=1m4s
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    When is everyone arriving? I am on the fence about thursday. I might camp in big sur or Pinnacle National Park or spend an extra day in the bay area with friends. Any advantages of getting in Thursday instead of Friday mid-morning?
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    Crowds will be smaller, and with being a practice day guys will be more apt to chat. I think Thursday is the best day of the bunch
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    I am entered in the PCA Club Race Group in my 1973 Signal Orange 2.7 MFI race car. #3. The current plan is to have my car hauled out and supported by Accumotto out of Wisconsin. Stop by the tent and introduce yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubawu View Post
    Crowds will be smaller, and with being a practice day guys will be more apt to chat. I think Thursday is the best day of the bunch
    Thats what i was thinking. How crowded is Friday? Is it that much more difficult to chat with drivers on Friday?
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