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Daytona Int'l Speedway: The Rolex 24 course. November 8-9-10, 2019

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  • Daytona Int'l Speedway: The Rolex 24 course. November 8-9-10, 2019

    Chin Track Days announces the addition of Daytona Int'l Speedway to the 2019 Chin Track Days event schedule. Our inaugural visit to Daytona will be on November 8-9-10 in 2019. Even though Chin Track Days is well established as the Home provider of track events in Florida, Daytona has not been a part of the calendar before 2019. This will be a stand-alone Chin event, not a time-sharing partnership with another club. Featuring the 3.56mi "Rolex 24" road course configuration. You can begin now to plan with confidence for this flagship event of the fall track season.

    Registration and format details:
    Friday, Nov. 8th will run under our Open Track | Skilled drivers format. Experienced drivers only, no novices. Open track, no run groups. $659 for 8hrs unrestricted open track time. Online registration will open Monday, Sept. 9th 9pm. Click for more on this special format:

    Saturday/Sunday, Nov. 9-10 will be a traditional 2-day DE track event, featuring our well-known 3-run group format. 30 minute session rotation, plus the Chin tradition "all drivers" happy hour in the final hour of the schedule. About 3.5 hrs scheduled daily track time. 2-day registration for Saturday/Sunday will be $999. Online registration will open on Monday Sept. 9th, 9pm.

    Garages will be available. $150/2-day garage fee. Select garage reservation when you complete online registration.

    Last edited by The Management; 08-11-2022, 03:18 PM.
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    "Am I solo eligible at Daytona? "

    Many drivers that participate in this event will be visiting Daytona for the first time. If you're a driver with numerous days experience at other well-known full-size road courses, and you have been solo-qualified for Chin's Blue group (or higher), then, you are eligible for solo status at Daytona on your first visit. A driver with existing well-developed road course skills and strong track fundamentals will be able to self-direct their Daytona laps. Chin Track Days will provide enhanced classroom coverage for high-bank oval driving tips.

    Daytona has a large reputation for many well-deserved reasons. Yet, the "degree-of-difficulty" for technical driver challenge is not as high as many other top-tier road courses. Drivers spend a lot of time holding the right pedal down and waiting for the next braking zone at Daytona!

    True entry-level drivers with fewer than 10 days road course experience will be classified as novice status, and have an assigned instructor. Also, some drivers with higher experience levels may still prefer to have an in-car instructor assigned. If so, please sign up as a novice driver and that will be accommodated.

    Last edited by The Management; 08-18-2020, 02:07 AM.
    Drive Well, The management