My compadre attended a "Riding School" for motorcyclists at the Nuerburging. The course is so long it's very difficult to learn in just one session.
Something like that might be fun to do with your Camaro but just getting there would be a blast as well.
Made a new friend. When driving over to the green hell, my nephew was traveling with me. On the way back, William, the guy from Detroit asked if he could sit next to me. Half way back we had to stop for some gas. My friend asked if William wanted to travel the rest with him. But he said "I'll travel with Tuur". We had so much to talk about. It took us even a hour more getting back home than my friend. We missed a few exits because of the,
Couple of old bastards here. I'm on the right ~ Tony's on the left.
This was from last year when Tony celebrated his birthday with us at the golf course club house.
We're doing the same thing today at a local cafe. We've only seen Tony a time or two in the past year so we'll have a lot to talk about.
Club racers have been mixing it up at Willow Springs since day one.
Sadly, many of the other venues in SoCal. have magically disappeared as the property values increased and civilization has encroached on their domain.
In '77 the Zandvoort circuit had it's last F1 race, it was won by Niki Lauda, who died a few months ago. Up coming season (2020) It's back on the calendar. It needs some renewing but the nostalgia from the circuit stays.
It's in the dunes and follows the natural curves of it. Some what the same as the corkscrew in Laguna Seca.
In the olden days I fancied myself as a motorcyclist ~ we enjoyed riding with elevation changes and blind turns.
From a spectator's perspective it's not so good because they can't follow all the action all the way around the course. I think this is why NASCAR and oval tracks are so popular here in the Colonies.