Want to improve your driving? Want to have a lot of fun?
NNJR’s Car Control Clinic is a great starting place.
This full day event is designed to teach you the basics of car control. You will gain a whole new level of respect for your machine while learning its limits in a controlled environment, with instructors showing you the way. This is highly recommended for drivers new to their Porsches. This event is held once a year in the spring and sells out quickly. The number of participants is limited in order to assure enough driving time; so register early. Look for the Ad in Porscheforus, and register electronically on http://nnjr-pca.motorsportreg.com (you must set up an account first, if you do not have one).
The car control clinic is a full-day event, beginning at (roughly) 8:00 am, and completing around 3:30 to 4:00. You will drive half the day with an instructor, and work the other half, making the experience possible for others. Pack for the day with water, food, etc. More details will be available as the event draws nearer.
For those that cannot attend the Car Control Clinic, but would like instruction and practice in a safe, one-day environment, look to the Autocross program pages. Specifically, look at the Autocross School, under the Autocross program pages. The Autocross school involves some car control type exercises, plus the reality of a connected course that simulates real driving situations. It is limited in attendance so that you can receive more instruction and more practice.
Watch the NNJR email and Porscheforus for notification of the Car Control Clinic. All registrations are now handled via motorsportreg.com. The direct link to all NNJR-PCA events is at http://nnjr-pca.motorsportreg.com Priority is given in the following order: 1) NNJR members, 2) PCA, 3) other. You may drive any safe vehicle but a Porsche is strongly encouraged.