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Re: Quattro Club USA/Driving Schools
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> Date: Fri, 10 Feb 1995 13:52:56 -0500 (EST)
> From: Andrew Shea <email@example.com>
> Reply-To: <Pine.3.89.9502091104.A27125firstname.lastname@example.org> from "Dan Bocek"
> at Feb 9, 95 11:08:58 am
> Subject: Re: Quattro Club USA/Driving Schools
> To: email@example.com
> > > Thank you Dan. Does anyone ever run more than one person in a car?
> > > Or can you only run a driver? Thanks again.
> > You can have a passenger if you want. You both have to have helmets,
> > however, and the added weight of a passenger will end up slowing you down
> > in the long run. I did get a chance to ride in some Ferrari's last time,
> > ... boy, some of those things really dog it in the high altitude, making
> > the small turbo 5's give them a run for the money.
> > Oh, BTW, I just realized in my last post about this that I said it was
> > the Audi and Porsche clubs which put this on. It was way too late in the
> > evening when I posted that... the event is hosted by the Audi and
> > *Ferrari* clubs. Sorry for the confusion.
> > Dan Bocek
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> Ok, so you can run with a passenger. Anyone who might run interested
> in having a passenger? I'm refering to myself. There is no way I could
> get my car out there, but I really want to be part of it! Just
> wondering. . .
> You may want to SHARE a car. In the Watkins Glen event, there is a provision
> for 2 drivers to share a car. Usually the clubs give a price break for the
> second driver. Usually the person who is sharing is a GOOD FRIEND. There are
> very few peoply I would let use my car on a track.
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Thank you Fletch. However, all I want to do is ride, not drive.