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Re: driving schools (archive)

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Posted by Ken Robb on May 12, 1999 at 10:34:58:

In Reply to: Re: driving schools posted by Thomas H. Ptacek on May 12, 1999 at 08:42:21:

It is full but there will be others. I was suggesting that you or anyone else interested could come out and see what we do and decide if you want to apply for future schools. Because Golden Gate is a huge chapter there schools fill up faster than some other groups, but BMWCCA members are welcome at all chapters' events so you would have many opportunities for schools. Ken Robb: I was under the impression that these were
: almost always booked up (hence, I didn't even
: bother looking into registration this late in
: the game).

: Is it actually possible to get registered for
: a seat in this class in the Mid-May session?

: : RE: driving schools in Bay Area-Golden Gate Chapter BMWCCA is the most active I know of. I instruct at many schools for various groups and theirs are first-rate. We'll be at Laguna Seca 15/16 May 1999 so come on down and see what goes on. You can sit in on some classroom sessions and get some rides around the track w/ an instructor. This will tell you if you want to get involved. I think it is a very good program with lots of personal attention, instruction, and track time.
: : The club has a web site w/more info.Ken Robb

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