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    Default Friday Open Test #25 CCW at Buttonwillow

    Half Day Rate WITHOUT an Annual Test Card
    $60 per driver, $50 per car

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    Quote Originally Posted by slodrew View Post
    Half Day Rate WITHOUT an Annual Test Card
    $60 per driver, $50 per car
    Weather says 87 on friday.. that's actually bearable!

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    I see it is an open test day on the BRP calendar. How do you know it was $50+$60 without a card?
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    My timing for TrackHQ cruising always seems pretty good!

    Open Test rates are all standard for BRP:

    $200 full day (9-5)

    $110 half day (1-5)

    The Open Test card works like a discount card and is not mandatory. $75 for the card and then each full day you get $25 off, each half day you get $10 off. If you plan to do more than 3 a year, do yourself a favor and buy an Open Test card.

    Cheers,

    -Mike Miserendino
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRP Mike View Post
    Open Test rates are all standard for BRP:

    $200 full day (9-5)

    $110 half day (1-5)
    Thanks for the clarification, Mike. So there's no morning half day like 9-1pm?

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    nope.. no half days for morning..
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    No half day mornings. The mornings are typically less crowded, it is only fair to the customers that ponied up for the whole day fee to receive the benefit of less traffic in the AM. That has been a BRP policy since we first ever held an Open Test day in December of 1995.

    This Open Test precedes a VARA event and VARA typically has a fair amount of Open Wheel and Sports racer type cars. For safety and compatibility reasons we will run 2 groups, 1 for open wheel/sports racers and one for sedans. Alternating 30 minute sessions throughout the day.

    I know many of you on here are 13 CW purists, come try 25 CCW, you just might like it

    Cheers
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    Planning to be there. Haven't been on track since July ... not OK.

    Separating the groups sounds like a good plan. I'll be in the sedan group in my roadster

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    25 CCW looks like fun to me

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    25CCW is my favorite layout. Fast and challenging.

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