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Triple Quadruple Bypass Drive/Tour is coming up on Saturday, July 16, 2022! We will be using a different route for this year’s tour — our destination for lunch is the Red Mountain Grill in Dillon. We are going out US 6 and up through Clear Creek Canyon, hop on I-70 to Georgetown, then over Guanella Pass – US 285 over Kenosha Pass and Red Hill Pass to Fairplay, and finally over Hoosier Pass into Dillon. This will be a fantastic drive with scenery galore and a couple stops along the way. The drive distance is a bit over 130 miles and will get us into Dillon at about 1:30 for the first run group. There will be a rest break in Georgetown and Fairplay to use the facilities and refuel if necessary. We have made arrangements for an excellent lunch at the Red Mountain Grill in Dillon.
Join us for RMR’s third HPDE event of the year! There is much more than just beautiful rolling hills on Colorado plains. There are Porsches on the Plains! An excellent team of instructors and volunteers will help you enjoy your Porsche on the best track Colorado has to offer, High Plains Raceway. Register early to avoid missing out on all the fun.
- Lunchtime charity rides will be held for $20 per vehicle – Any roadworthy vehicle can drive the track at touring/highway speeds. All proceeds benefit our charity for the event.
- The CDI team will lead a “Walk the Track” session on Saturday evening after the track goes cold, this is a great way to learn some nuanced tricks for navigating your least favorite corner! Beer:30 rules of course apply!
There will be beer-30 on both Saturday and Sunday. Concessions at the track will be open for breakfast and lunch, but will not provide dinner service so if you are staying at the track make sure to pack food for evening meals.
We are excited to support our charity for this event: Children’s Dibetes Foundation. You can donate as much as you would like during registration.
As of this time there are no COVID-19 related restrictions in place that will impact this event. That may change, we will update you if it does.
This Event will be using Deferred Billing, if you are paying with a credit card it will not be charged until Wednesday, July 20, 2022.
Dates: Gates open at 3:30 PM Thursday afternoon before the event and remain open 24hrs/day until after the event ends on Sunday. HPR offers open lapping Thursday evening and all day Friday. You can register for either or both on MotorsportReg.com
Check-in: 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM Saturday and Sunday Please check-in before the mandatory 8:00 AM drivers’ meeting.
Drivers’ meeting: Starts at 8:00 AM (each day) in the Pavilion. Green run group drivers’ meeting following the all drivers’ meeting, (each day) in the Classroom.
Location: High Plains Raceway, 17 miles east of Byers on US-36 (Deer Trail)
Either day: Each Driver: $220
Both days: Each Driver: $350
Event Chair: Tom LaRitz (email@example.com)
Chief Driving Instructors: Lead CDI – Brian Leary (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dan Carlson (DHCarlson5031@gmail.com) and Hap Henderson (email@example.com). They can answer any questions about registration confirmation, cars, run group assignments, instructor assignments, etc.
Registrar: Tim Berg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
DATE: July 27, 2022 – July 30, 2022
START LOCATION: Starbucks/King Soopers Marketplace, 1850 N. College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO at 7 AM !!! Those of you traveling more than 50 miles to Fort Collins are encouraged to stay overnight.
COST: Registration is $450.00 per person
(Total cost for this tour per couple, double occupancy, is estimated to be approximately $2000. This estimate includes registration, accommodations, and fuel cost. On your own meals (1 lunch and 2 dinners) are not included. Single registration participants’ estimate would be $1575. Travel back home is not included in estimate.)
Registration Closes on July 3, 2022
The RMR Grand Loop Tour is a unique opportunity to visit some of the Rocky Mountain West’s most scenic places. In an epic 4 day tour, drivers and their companions will travel with like-minded Porsche enthusiasts starting from Ft. Collins. This extensively planned, 700 mile driving tour bypasses dull interstate highways in favor of more exciting two-lane highways. These roads are often marked in blue on road maps. Travelers may encounter antelope, bison, elk, deer, and even a moose or a bear, so stay on the lookout for wildlife and bring your best camera! The tour officially ends in Durango, Colorado. Adventurers may consider taking the opportunity to use Durango as a pivot point for a Utah or Arizona Parks adventure before heading home.
The tour begins on WEDNESDAY morning, July 27th leaving Fort Collins, CO heading north to Laramie, WY. The drive crosses the Snowy Range with a private lunch in the small town of Encampment, WY. Tour leaves the Divide Restaurant continuing west across Wyoming before turning south at Baggs, WY, and then back into Colorado. The route ends in Palisade, CO for two nights at our favorite Wine Country Inn. Here we will enjoy a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception on Wednesday evening.
THURSDAY we will enjoy a bus tour around Palisade to visit wineries, a distillery, and a fruit farm/stand. We may possibly even go to an Alpaca farm! Lunch will be included. Since the tour begins at 10am and returns around 3pm, you would have time to visit another business close by or drive to Enstrom Candies in Grand Junction.
The day concludes with a wonderful buffet dinner at the Wine Country Inn.
FRIDAY we regroup for a short drive to Gateway, CO, for admission to the Gateway Canyons Auto Museum. This grand location houses the privately-owned Hendricks Collection that displays 100 years of American automotive history. Lunch at the Gateway Canyon Resort is
included. Driving resumes south through the fabulous Gateway Canyon on the way to the final destination, Durango, CO, for two nights.
SATURDAY in Durango gives participants 2 choices. One choice is to be on your own to explore Durango and vicinity. Another choice is our optional ride on the Durango & Silverton narrow gauge railroad to Silverton.
This Optional Activity ($143 per person) includes a step back in time as we enjoy a leisurely trip to yesteryear riding 3 1/2 hours on the Durango & Silverton train. With 2 hours in the historic mining town of Silverton we are able to enjoy the sights, shopping, food, and libations. Return to Durango is via the deluxe motor coach bus.
SATURDAY: Final banquet dinner at the Strater Hotel.
Overall Tour Inclusions Registration Package *$450 per person includes*:
1. Tour credentials, participation in drives and activities and goodie bag
2. Lunch in Encampment on Wednesday
3. Evening Reception at Wine Country Inn on Wednesday
4. Private tours of Palisade wineries, distillery and farmers market Thursday
5. Banquet at WCI on Thursday evening
6. Admission to Auto Museum on Friday
7. Lunch in Gateway on Friday
8. Discount lodging rates
9. Tickets on the historic RR (optional)
10. Event ending banquet at the Strater Hotel
11. PCA insurance coverage of tour liability
12. * Tickets on the historic RR (optional additional $143 per person)*
The registration package does not include:
1. Dinners on your own Wednesday and Friday
2. Lunch on your own on Saturday
3. Lodging costs arranged by participants
4. Personal activities on Saturday, if not on RR tour and Sunday when the tour ends
Registrants from other PCA Regions are most welcome! Depending on interest limited single-day driving tours may be added as a supplemental registration. Please contact an Event Chair with questions.
Details to come
Saturday, August 6, 2022 – Colorado State Patrol Track, Golden, CO
Ladies, start your engines and mark your calendars! Registration opens June 6th for the event planned just for you! PCA-RMR and our sponsors are pleased to announce our Ladies’ Day Driver Education event at the Colorado State Patrol Track in Golden, Colorado on August 6th, 2022.
Whether this is your first time on the track, or you have many years of experience, we have a run group to match your skills. For our new and less experienced drivers, we have one-on-one instruction provided by our PCA-trained instructors, who will guide you through the process carefully. We will also accommodate our advanced drivers and every level in between.
The event is open to all women, and all makes of cars (Convertibles must have roll-over protection. SUVs must be German). The event cost of $115 includes a fun-filled day of driving, catered lunch, and a fun swag bag. (Additional lunches for your friends and family can be purchased when registering for an additional $12 per lunch. There are no concessions available at the track, so please plan accordingly with snacks and such.) Please be aware that due to the layout of this track, you will not be able to enter or leave while the track is “hot” or in operation.
Cotton or natural fibers should be worn on the track. Synthetic fibers should be avoided on the track. Long or short sleeve shirts and long pants or shorts are accepted. Closed-toe shoes are required when driving. Bring or borrow a helmet (Snell rated 2015 or newer SA or M). There will be a few “loaner” helmets available as well. Also, cars must pass a technical inspection. We will provide information on technical inspection as we get closer to the event.
Registration opens June 6, 2022 @ motorsportreg.com. This event is limited to 65 drivers. This is an extremely popular event, and we encourage you to register quickly before the event sells out!
If your car is a racecar or has race seats, review PCA requirements regarding harnesses, restraints, and inspections. Please see PCA DE Minimum Standards on the PCA website. For more information, contact Vicki Earnshaw at email@example.com.
This event is back!
355 W South Boulder Rd, Lafayette, CO 80026, USA. Join us for our monthly Cars & Coffee in Lafayette, CO!
Every first Saturday of the month from 7am-10am in the Flatirons Community Church parking lot. FREE to public!
This is the largest car show in Colorado, and it happens every month!!!
We meet on the first Saturday of the month at8:00
Sunday Aug 7 2022 – Colorado State Patrol Track, Golden, CO
The annual Novice Day Driver’s Education Event is a great way to try out the addictive world of driving your Porsche on the track! It’s held at the Colorado State Patrol Track in Golden which is easier to get to and easier to learn on than High Plains Raceway. If you’re new or less experienced, we will provide you with one-on-one instruction provided by our PCA-trained instructors, who will guide you and help you learn in a safe and controlled way! If you’re more experienced you can still learn a lot and have fun at this event, it’s the only DE in the state in August. If you’re attending Ladies’ Day on Saturday we’d love to have you back on Sunday!
Registration is open at the following link! https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/2022-track-101-de-colorado-state-patrol-pca-rocky-mountain-590928
Cotton or natural fibers should be worn on the track (shorts and short sleeved shirts are fine, synthetic fibers should be avoided). Closed-toe shoes are required when driving. Bring or borrow a helmet (Snell rated 2015 or newer SA or M). There will be a few “oaner helmets available as well. Also, cars must pass a technical inspection. We will provide information on technical inspection as we get closer to the event. If your car is a racecar or has race seats, review PCA requirements regarding harnesses, restraints, and inspections. Please see PCA DE Minimum Standards on the PCA website.
We are also looking for volunteers, contact the event chair to learn more.
This event is limited to 65 drivers. This is an extremely popular event, and we encourage you to register quickly before the event sells out!
For more information on event requirements or run group assignments, contact the CDI: Vicki Earnshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about the event contact the event chair: Brian ‘Hoff’ Hoffmeyer at email@example.com