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Re: Woo-hoo !! My new CR license is APPROVED !!!!!!
Chris, no, I have no previous racing experience. I have been instructing at DE's for around 2 years now, and am surrounded by BMW & Porsche racers...so I thought I would take the plunge. The BMW CCA requirements are fairly simple.
Please feel free to email me if you have any questions that I can answer..
02-07-2004 03:09 PM #7
Look to the BMW CCA Club racing page
They outline the requirements fairly simply
<td ><img src="http://www3.sympatico.ca/hhtuner/cars/driving.jpg">
<td>Driving Instructor - BMW CC, BMW CCA, RAVEN Performance, Ferrari, SOCCI, MCO, PCA NER
<font color="#0680dd">2001 LSB M3</font> (11200km on the track)
Dinan Strut Brace, -1.5 camber (stock), Hartge adjustable suspension, GC adjustable sways, GC adj lower control arms, ITG stock filter, Carbotech XPX ceramic pads, Cryo Euro Floating rotors, Goodridge SS Brake lines, Motul 600 RBF, Stebro Exhaust (upper, mid, lower)
Hartge 18" Classics, SO3 Pole Positions, SSR Comps w/Pilot Sport Cup
Autothority SW, BMW Alloy pedals, short centre console (no arm rest)
1992 325i race car J Prepared - too many mods: GC race suspension
1987 325is UUC SSK
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