———–October 17-18, 2020————
Saturday: Full Course / Sunday: West Course
Join us for the October Oversteer DE, the final DE of the 2020 season with an exciting twist to wrap up the year! On Saturday we will run the normal High Plains Raceway Full course, but on Sunday we will run (for RMR’s first time ever) the West course! Despite being shorter the West course will provide a new challenge to seasoned and newer drivers. The West course removes turns 9ab, 10, 11 and 12 taking drivers on a unique corkscrew from top of turn 8 directly into turns 13-15. We will hold a track walk on Saturday night covering the West course.
COVID-19 NOTES: Due to COVID-19 restrictions this event will be limited to drivers who have earned a Solo designation for PCA DE events. Unfortunately, we cannot accept new drivers who require an instructor in the car with them. We hope to be able to return to having a novice instructed group in 2021. If you are an interested novice driver this is still a GREAT opportunity to come out and volunteer, see how the DE events work, see some awesome Porsches, and observe the event.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We need volunteers for the positions of GRID and TECH AT THE TRACK to help run this event. Please help! Even if you are not driving volunteering is a great way to be involved in the action, learn more, and help the club. Volunteers earn credits to use towards the cost of future events!
CHARITY FOR THIS EVENT: COLORADO MISSION OF MERCY (COMOM): COMOM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide quality dental services, at no cost, to individuals of all ages who cannot afford and access dental care; eliminating dental pain, promoting oral health, creating smiles, and providing oral health education. Every year COMOM holds a two-day dental clinic in a large facility in different locations around the state of Colorado as an open door clinic to the community. Dental services are provided to any person on a “no questions asked” basis. Patients are evaluated and treated based on their most urgent dental needs. Patients undergo dental treatments such as cleanings, fillings, root canals, and extractions. The best part about COMOM is that this quality treatment is provided at no cost to patients, and it is staffed by an all-volunteer force of dentists, dental hygienists, dental laboratory technicians, dental assistants, and community volunteers who donate their time, materials, and expertise. Since its inception in 2007, COMOM has served 15,000 patients and provided $13,000,000 in donated dental care. More information at www.comom.org
Click here to Register for the Event: http://msreg.com/october-oversteer-hpde
To register to be a volunteer for this event click here: http://msreg.com/october-oversteer-volunteer
See you at the track!
Thomas Borch and Nick Shumaker Event Chairs