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Gyro Posted - 01/22/2013 : 17:01:18
Just got home from first event with Chin Motorsport. All i can say is what a rush. Everyone was helpful and friendly. My instructor and i set the days goals before we even got into the car. I must admit, my first run was slow and sloppy. But he was incouraging and calmly explained what he wanted and what i did wrong. By the end of the day i had learned alot and was hitting the apex on all the turns except 17. (still a bit shaky on that one). The biggest thing he taught me was to be in the turn your in, not the last or next. Can't wait for Homestead.
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registering Posted - 01/22/2013 : 19:33:12
Glad you had fun! I've always had a blast with Chin. Mark and Maria (and Dixie!) run a great show and everyone's always super friendly. I've been driving Sebring for years and I have yet to master turn (turns?) 17. :)

2007 Silver Miata

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