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Any track days planned for jan/feb?


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23rd Jan - Stage 3 McGill course - All day at Eastern Creek ! With tuition !

Yeah baby ! ! !

Check the thread out - it's stickied in this section !

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There is a dyno day on the 26th... thats why I didn't post up a thread... but if people would rather do the track day then I shall begin taking names and numbers... other wise I'll start a thread for the Feb one.

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There are a few spots left for out full Eastern Creek track day with Auto-Motion (Aaron McGill).

Here's a message from Aaron:

For those interested and haven't pre-booked and taken advantage of the package deal !

"Cost is $330.00 per driver for genuine club members.

Non members is $390.00.

We are having lunch catered on the day as well as a few other surprises so whilst I know it is expensive, as you now know, your members will recieve the best training for making them a "Skyline driver" rather than a owner!"

I'm sure other's who have done a McGill course will testify to how much fun and instruction we get out of these days.

Click here for booking form

PS - For those of you who have already booked/paid and have done Phase 1 and Phase 2 - there are no extra costs for this day.... How much of a good deal did we get originally ??? ;)

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