bbqman

AISA Academy at Calabogie

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AISA academy will be holding its 2 day track school once again- April29/30may1st 2016 at Calabogie.

 

 

 

 

For those new to Chumpcar or have never heard of this school- well lets say that its probably the best way to learn this track and gain some very valuable race craft.

 

 

 

 

 

Many successful teams/drivers have passed through this school.

 

 

 

 

 

Call me for info if you have questions.

 

 

 

 

 

BTW, AISA academy provided 4 spots, in conjunction with Perry Performance, as giveaways for the North region Chumpionship.

 

 

Congrats the the Flyin A Holes for earning the 4 spots- I am sure this team will be a contender in 2015.

 

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Carl: Thanks again for the four spots in your race school! It came as a huge (and definitely needed) bonus for us. What Carl failed to mention above is that was the prize for the "Spin Cycle Award". I think we clinched it when one of our drivers spun in PIT OUT.


 


The Flying A-Holes a contended in 2015? Perhaps, if we learn our race lessons well!

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well I didn't want to mention because of the spin cycle......lol


 


Looking forward to seeing you guys


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See you in less than a week.  Is our first meeting Friday night at the ballet.  Lol 


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registration for the 2016 academy opens January 9th.

 

The cost for CMp is still $1000, the dates for 2016 are April29/30, may 1st.

 

Best way to refine your driving skills and improve race craft.

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registration is now open for both schools in 2016.

 

While you do not need a race school to race in CC, i have found that those who take our schools usually drive quite well and learn plenty of race craft.

Just ask those who have done so in the past.... Mopar 4 Life comes to mind......

 

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I strongly urge any team in the Canadian Chumpcar region to take a good look into attending this school. 

 

The reality for most Chumpcar teams is that you have a team of 3-5 individuals with varying experience and skill levels. That was the case for my team. The spread in lap times was large at times. After attending the school the spread is almost non-existent. Everyone is on the same page and are able to communicate on track conditions much more easily to each other. I know it's easy to bolt on parts to go faster. But the amount our overall lap times have dropped after attending in comparison to part values would put the neon well into EC.

 

 

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I guess that we were due to bump this post.

Space still available for both schools in 2017.

 

Probably the best modification you can do to your team to improve finishing results in 2017.

The school offered as door prizes at the Championship, 4 entries to CMP event and Wheelhouse Racing won this.  This team will not be a backmarker in 2017- do you want to be that team?

 

sign up via email- just let me know.

 

ASE April 22/23

CMP May 5/6/7

 

 

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Wait a minute... Should I resent this post?!! Hahaha. 

 

Seriously though, we are REALLY excited to get out there and up our game for this year and can't wait to take this course. We are even bringing two extra drivers so even our backup drivers will be ready to go!

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I wouldn't resent it...Mopar for life team all did the school 5 years ago- look at what it did for them....

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Hahaha! I'm just kidding Carl. No resentment here.  Was more laughing that if you read it wrong it almost sounds like "come to the course or else you will be like those Wheelhouse guys"!  We are really grateful for the prize and pumped to get back out on track this year!

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