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In case you missed the post in "Meets...", take a look at the WCLM site:
WESTCOASTLOTUSMEET.COM

A few key points:
1. "Early Bird" registration ends March 18
2. The Track Day is a separate event thru ProFormance Racing School
3. The track Day will be Lotus exclusive if 25 people register by June 15

This will be a fun-filled week/weekend,
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Good, we need to get something going in the Seattle area. I just heard of something brewing in April with a scavenger hunt and a tulip run? Anyone know?
 

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I have not yet signed up but will be at the track day but probably no the rest of the meet.
 

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Lckitty,
The Tulip Rally is April 20, starting in Burlington, WA.
You can find details here: MG Car Club NW Centre - Home

BTW, today is the last day for the "Early Bird" registration discount to the West Coast Lotus Meet in the Seattle area.
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Yes, today is the last day for Early Bird registration (save $50).

There are Lotus enthusiasts coming from Las Vegas, Arizona, Colorado, California, Oregon, British Columbia...

It would be fantastic if the Lotus Community supported this event by welcoming these visitors and shared the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

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WCLM Early Bird Registration Extended & Ending...

Only 3 more days to get the Early Bird discount on your WCLM registration. Early Bird registration was extended to March 31 and now the hours are ticking away until you won't be to get $50 off your registration. So, go now to WESTCOASTLOTUSMEET.COM and sign-up!!!

The WCLM will be an amazing event that you don't want to miss! Getting there will be half the fun. Caravan with fellow Lotus enthusiasts and make the trip an adventure. Then enjoy the many events of the WCLM that include an exclusive dinner at the LeMay Auto Museum, a tour of Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection, the Pacific Northwest Historic Races and a private BBQ at Griot's Garage!

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Are Lotus enthusiasts who strongly desire to be Lotus owners allowed to come visit these events?

I'm trying to find a used Elise, Exige, or Evora in Washington but haven't come across anything in my price range yet. I'd love to come out and look at the cars though.
 

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Are Lotus enthusiasts who strongly desire to be Lotus owners allowed to come visit these events?

I'm trying to find a used Elise, Exige, or Evora in Washington but haven't come across anything in my price range yet. I'd love to come out and look at the cars though.
Many of the events are at public venues where you can come by and see the cars and meet the owners. However if you wish to participate with a car and/or attend the private events you will need to register.

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We have some recent updates regarding the July 4th HPDE:
Park Place Ltd will be actively involved in the track day at Pacific Raceways prior to the West Coast Lotus Meet, providing breakfast and lunch. They will also be exhibiting some cars, possibly including their stunning Lotus 23. (Park Place is the Seattle area Lotus dealer; Park Place LTD - West Coast's premier luxury sports collector and exotic car dealership).

Lotus Cars USA will provide a car for demo rides throughout the day!

Our goal is to make this a “Lotus Exclusive” day, but we need to have 25 drivers registered by June 15 so please register as soon as possible. Drivers must register with Proformance Racing School (ProFormance Racing School- Competition and High Performance Driving). You do not need to be registered for the West Coast Lotus Meet because this is a separate event.
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Last call for drivers to register before June 15 so that the July 4th Track Day will be a Lotus Exclusive event (and that includes Caterham Sevens). As of yesterday, we had 10 drivers "signed up" so it will be a push to make the minimum of 25. If we don't make the minimum, the event will be open to other makes.
Call Don Kitch of Proformance to register;253-630-5130.

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That's unfortunate. It would have been nice to have our own session.

Will they be sending out a schedule in the mail for that date? I didn't even know they were serving breakfast too. I'll be heading out from Arizona in a few days' time, but haven't received anything yet.
 

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That's unfortunate. It would have been nice to have our own session.

Will they be sending out a schedule in the mail for that date? I didn't even know they were serving breakfast too. I'll be heading out from Arizona in a few days' time, but haven't received anything yet.
I received an email confirmation this morning for the advanced lapping, there likely is a different one for the novice program.
 
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