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Old October 23rd, 2001, 07:50 PM   #1
Magic Mtn Dan
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Want to join Donutz Racing at Laguna Seca?

I'm posting this because I know some of you might (should) be interested in driving Laguna Seca (a GREAT track with a LOT of history)...

I'm pleased to announce open registration for the donutz racing Laguna Seca HPDE on Friday, 12/14!

Registration and more info is available online at:


This event will have 3 run groups -- most likely two group B (or
regular) sessions and one group A (unlimited passing & instructor)
session. The sessions will be the donutz standard, 30 minutes long. As
you will see on the attendee list, we've garnered excellent support from
the Subaru community with over 30 cars from a single marquee at this

Participant cost is $275 (inclusive of lunch) and instructor cost is $50.

Please feel free to email me privately with questions. We've made a great effort to improve the website and publish more information in the
HPDE Overview and Driver's Handbook, which can also be found on the website.

Thanks, I look forward to everyone out at Laguna in December!

-jh- (Jonathan Heiliger)
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