A perfect way to start. I highly recommend ot, plus I think it would be a little easier to show up in a wagon on street tires and learn as a rookie, than someone with the hot new car. Just my 2 cents.BarryB said:Thanks, looks like I'll be doing Solo 2 then. I can't wait to start. Perhaps I should bring down my WRX wagon to at least get the idea of what to do before the Elise comes in.
Hey Randy, you must be referring to when I showed up for my first autox in my Supra with rock hard BFG R1s. Rookies are rookies, whether its an Enzo or Yugo. Leave your ego at home or it'll get bruised. My advice to newcomers - don't look at the results, just go out, develop good habits and have fun.Randy Chase said:A perfect way to start. I highly recommend ot, plus I think it would be a little easier to show up in a wagon on street tires and learn as a rookie, than someone with the hot new car. Just my 2 cents.
Robert Puertas said:I think it has alot to do with the few number of tracks, and the large number of racers.
Track rental is very expensive, bad enough that the Solo1 program couldn't afford to rent the track for the day by themselves. Also, we have large enough crowds at the road race events that we can't give Solo1 their own run-group. This left the Solo1 program without a place to play.
Las Vegas has had a program off and on over the years. I don't know about Arizona or San Francisco.