[s-cars] Suggestions for Lodging at Summit Point
robert at s-cars.org
Mon Apr 25 09:29:38 EDT 2005
Agreed, Matt, there are some great runs for the enthusiast here in
West-by-Gawd-Virginnie. I could take you, or anyone else for that matter,
on a really pleasurable (sometimes white knuckled) drive. On major portion
was part of my daily commute before I retired. I don't know about the
butter-smooth part of it, though. ;-)
These roads make the RS2 mods a real joy.
At 09:11 AM 4/25/2005, matt ludwig wrote:
>Sorry for the WOB here, but it is worthy to note i think. ;)
>My ex-boss lives just outside Charles Town, WbyDamnV and so i was out
>there quite a bit. May i say that that area has some of the most amazing
>roads to drive your UrS on of anywhere i have ever been w/ mine in the US.
>Unreal places that have clear visibility, winding sweeping curves and
>butter-smooth pavement to drive on. I have never had such a great
>"controlled" area to test my UrS ever. Rad place to see how quickly you
>can make the downpipe glow. :)
>But I am sure our good friend Mr. Myers already knew that. ;)
>Oh, and the racetrack is good too....
>1995.5 S6 Avant
>On Apr 25, 2005, at 8:07 AM, Robert Rossato wrote:
>>I'm going to be accompanying my nephew to his first drivers event in a
>>couple of weeks. It's a BMW highway safety drivers school on Saturday
>>with a drivers event on Sunday. Anyone have any recommendations for
>>lodging in the area, or at least places to stay away from? The DC BMW
>>chapter that's running the event lists some places in Charles Town West
>>Virginia, and some in Winchester Virginia.
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