Date(s) - 06/18/2016 - 06/19/2016
Oregon Raceway Park
Join the Inaugural Zone 6 HPDE event at Oregon Raceway Park (ORP) on June 18 & June 19, 2016. All Zone 6 PCA members are invited to attend. This will be a fantastic opportunity to drive ORP with fellow Zone 6 members. This HPDE is not a “track junkie” only event, all Porsche owners are encouraged to participate, skills learned here directly translate to being a better driver on the road.
Our event will be hosted by Hooked on Driving (HOD) with special pricing available only to PCA members. The event is open to all PCA drivers and all levels of track experience from novice to instructor. HOD will be providing instructors for those who would like instruction. Thank you to Porsche of Bend for your sponsorship.
Location : ORP is located in Grass Valley, Oregon just off Hwy 97 approx 30 miles south of Biggs Junction and the Columbia River on Hwy 97
Cost: PCA Special rate $250/day. For PCA members only.
Maximum Registrants: 60/day – Sign up soon!
Helmets: SA2005 or newer, HOD will have helmets available to rent at the event.
Food: Saturday breakfast, lunch & dinner and Sunday breakfast and lunch are provided by Porsche of Bend
Lodging: Zone 6 has reserved 20 rooms at the Quality Inn located at 808 Simcoe Dr, Goldendale, WA Phone 509-773-5881. This is approximately 40 min from the track. Zone 6 has also reserved 10 rooms at the Tall Winds Motel located at 301 Main St, Moro, OR Phone 541-565-3519. This is approximately 15 min from the track. Please mention your are with the Porsche Club to get the group rate at either location.
Participation: Any licensed driver minimum age 18. Drivers with no HPDE experience will be provided an HOD coach at a minimal additional cost.
Vehicle Inspections: Self-inspection through HOD form.
Vehicle Requirements: All Porsche cars are welcome, Boxsters and Cabs are permitted as long as they are not running “R” rated tires.
Don’t miss this unique Zone 6 opportunity to drive ORP, a very special 2.3 mile, 16 turn facility built in the rolling wheat fields of central Oregon.