HPDE Summit Point, Shenandoah
June 26 - June 28
The Shenandoah Circuit is a 2.2-mile road course that first opened in 2005. It is a very technical track, and even contains a dimensional replica of the Nürburgring-Nordschleife’s famous banked Karussell turn complete with 20 degrees of banking. The track has both positive and negative camber, increasing and decreasing radius turns, and some elevation change. You will see a number of different elements of race tracks both at summit Point and around the globe – Bill Scott designed Shenandoah to mimic many of his favorite corners seen at other tracks world-wide. Shenandoah demands that you stay on your game given the sheer number of turns crammed into the 2.2 mile circuit. Approachable for novices, and rewarding for seasoned veterans.
DSSC Chairman – Gordon Kimpel – firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator – Scott Reiman – email@example.com
Joe Geadrities – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Meyer - registrarMMeyer@nccbmwcca.org
Chief Instructor – Dennis Pippy – email@example.com
Student Representative – Emrah Kocak – firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Representative – Tim Bradford – email@example.com
Technology Chair – Tommy Ivic – firstname.lastname@example.org
Promotion and Communications – Fraser Dachille – email@example.com
Holiday Inn Express, 142 Fox Ridge Lane, Winchester, Va. 22601
540-667-7050 at the rate of $72/night.
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