I think there is an open day for members at the Hastings track in May, but I have to be able to get my car out of the shop by then, and with things shut down , who knows if I will have the beast back by then.
Hoping to destroy some tires soon, and looks like moving the Mustang Roundup to early October might be fortuitous!!??!!
I know how hard it is to organize an event. Very hard.
My last event west of the Mississippi River was that place in Texas at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). I know it it is a F-1 track, but it still sucked for a Mustang car. A guy needs a light F-1 car or maybe a light weight early Porsche car?
I say Road America where a Mustang will shine.
The #69 car was a dude from England and in the F-2 series. Ok, he nailed me in the race. I enjoyed screwing with him.
But if you decide to drag your butt all the way out to Nebraska remember there is a bit of cereal malt beverage consumption later to help support the breadbasket of America and a bunch of folks get really fast bench racing. The track is safe , reasonably quick and those with stock or slightly modified Stangs do very well . Did I mention many get faster as the evening goes on? With the Ford Engineers showing up , it is a Blue Oval Bash ( with beer ) and alot of future stuff slips out or some think it does ,ha. Really cool to spend days with positive, optimistic souls from around the Country and Corporate who just live in the joy of a fast American built car and all the innovations that honestly continue to occur and expand. This year is the Ford and Mustang Roundup , so we actually hope to see some older machines, some Focus RS or ST machines, SVOs, Cobra Rs, and more. Think about it , you are semi retired or retired and you could stay at my house on the way ---- we have a nice little shed in the back we put our riding lawn mower in.