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Re: Audi factory visit info

>> A recent (past year) European Car mag had a nice article on the
Nurbegring (sp)
>> track.  According to them, it is open to the public and for a fee you can
>> drive on some real history.  What kind of car are you renting? ;) 
> -deleted-
>It only costs the equivalent of around five bucks a lap, and what a lap
>it is: the track is around 12 (14?) miles long, with steep elevation
>changes, tricky chicanes, a huge straightaway (got the C2 up to 160 mph
>here), and this one turn (called the Karusell (sp?)) which is more or less
>a tight 180 which is banked at about 45 degrees, so you you can pretty
>much go through it as fast as you want, but hold on to your stomach if
>you take it over 50 mph or so - the G-force pulling you into your seat
>is truly amazing and quite an unusual sensation to experience in an

I don't think I could have imagined it any better.
Well, possibly an open Wheeeeeeeeeeee....l

>If you don't do anything else while you're in Germany, go to the 
>Nurbergring - you'll remember it for the rest of your life.
>                                                    Dan Bocek
>                                                    dan@di.com

OK, so when you goin' to the Peak?  Dave Lawson, and probably the reast of
the Colorado contingent and I want to be in your pit!

Bruce Bell  bbell@csn.org