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So... what do we call it next year?

Started by computerworks, July 02, 2020, 12:43:24 AM

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98SVT - was 06GT

Back to Willow Springs. 2 tracks since we were last there. Lots of CS history. Put up a tent and have In-N-Out cater the dinner. No big hotels around but enough small ones. Or go to Buttonwillow where we've never been and use Bakersfield (35 minutes away) with a few big hotels.
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Quote from: 68GT350roadracer on July 02, 2020, 06:17:02 AM
SAAC 45 because there has not been a SAAC 45 yet. So where is it going to be/

I vote for a less prestigious track. So it can be a stand alone show instead of piggy backing the SVRA. That way we can have more track time. Possibly even less money. Have better place for pits instead of the SVRA having the better, closer pits.

I like this idea, make it SAAC, like it used to be.

M.

Shelby6t5 Mike HHI, SC



+1

M.

Quote from: Bill on July 02, 2020, 06:45:38 AM
Quote from: 68GT350roadracer on July 02, 2020, 06:17:02 AM
SAAC 45 because there has not been a SAAC 45 yet. So where is it going to be/

I vote for a less prestigious track. So it can be a stand alone show instead of piggy backing the SVRA. That way we can have more track time. Possibly even less money. Have better place for pits instead of the SVRA having the better, closer pits.

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Quote from: 98SVT - was 06GT on July 02, 2020, 05:06:23 PM
Back to Willow Springs. 2 tracks since we were last there. Lots of CS history. Put up a tent and have In-N-Out cater the dinner. No big hotels around but enough small ones. Or go to Buttonwillow where we've never been and use Bakersfield (35 minutes away) with a few big hotels.
https://www.google.com/maps/@35.4914162,-119.5466781,1444m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en

+1 on Willow Springs!   Plenty of new/newer Courtyard by Marriott  and Hampton Inn style hotels in Palmdale/Lancaster, which are about 25 miles away.
And more than a few long, straight, very few cars, rural roads on which to get there.
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Call the first day SAAC 45 and name the following days SAAC 46 than you could keep the numbers. Lol.   Or have  SAAC 45 in December. Used to have the  show in Vegas. Call it SAAC 45

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