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PostPosted: 15 Jul 2009, 20:14 
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Driver Dynamics is holding track days at haunted hills. I'll be there if anyone wants to come would love to see some other cordia's there.

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Haunted Hills Here We Come !
We’re going to Haunted Hills on Saturday 10th October and Saturday 28th November 2009 for trackdays.
Haunted Hills is a fantastic challenging circuit in sunny Morewell (about 1.3 hours drive from Melbourne).
We will be running the event as a non timed hill climb.
All you need to do is line up and go, we’ll be letting cars go
at 20 second intervals, so you’ll get lots of track time.
As usual we’ll provide lunch, tea/coffee and soft drinks all day.
We’ll also provide a fully equipped FIV with two medics, flag marshals and of course we’ll also have professional instructors. Note, that we will be allowing open exhausts at these days.
All cars are welcome, including open wheelers.
This will be the lowest cost trackdays we’ve ever conducted, only $130.00 per driver !
Call Tessa now to book your position 1300 652 693 or email enquiries@driverdynamics.com

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PostPosted: 15 Jul 2009, 23:08 
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ssssssskkkkyline? tim? or is the cordia ready? lol

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PostPosted: 16 Jul 2009, 09:08 
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do you need a cams licence for it? if somone is going that i know i might come for a cruise and have a look either way :)

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Yeh do u need a license at all?

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PostPosted: 16 Jul 2009, 21:08 
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you need a license, but don't think you need CAMS or AASA, paid my deposit today and asked for the reg's. Will let you know what the requirements are.

I will take the cordia for sure. Also, I was worried about what exhaust to get, but this event allows open exhaust so I'll just go without!! Driver Dynamics are very well run, I worked as an instructor at one of the drift practice days and they're pretty well organised. This is by far best value for money track day I've seen.

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i would suggest having a couple of feet of pipe after the dump.. just so you dont get gassed.. :) cordias sound mean with dump only :D

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just run it out the side :D

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cant wait to have a run on this track, I would like to take my cordia, Ive got the AASA licence already too

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