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CLUB We need to move. We need to drive. True auto enthusiasts share a passion for motorsports that often ranges from high-performance street cars and racecars to antique and classic collector cars. What differentiates MMC members from other enthusiasts, however, is our commitment to fully experiencing these cars, as opposed to simply owning them. MMC is a reflection of our members and their propensity for action. Even as we approach our year anniversary, we remain obsessed with growing and improving. We are always exploring ways to better deliver safe and exciting motorsports experiences and camaraderie to an exclusive group of high-end auto enthusiasts.
Our partnership with BMW of North America see page 11 is just one recent example of our commitment to growth. We have also joined forces to offer the first and only racing school in the United States to utilize a fleet of race-prepared BMW M2 Coupes. This has allowed us to offer our members the ideal combination of power, suspension, and agility as they explore the miles and miles of off-road trails that are spread across our acre country club property.
Poised to become one of the most comprehensive gaming resorts in the Northeast, Resorts World Catskills will give our members even more reasons to visit throughout the season. Sometimes looking to the past fosters future development. The new building will also become home to Vintage Motor Management, which provides acquisition and management services to the many MMC members who have a passion for car collecting. If you had asked year-old Eve Damien her opinion about high-performance driving and Monticello Motor Club two years ago, she would have said the whole concept was dumb.
A bunch of testosterone-filled men driving around and around and around a track like a swarm of bees? No thank you. Still, he felt guilty being away from home for a whole day every time he visited the Club. By the end of that day, she wondered why she had waited so long. Now she heads to MMC every chance she gets, averaging nearly twice the number of track days as her husband, Miguel. I'm putting a lot of time into it; I'm steadily working to develop confidence and drive faster.
In addition to the cars available for members to drive and race at the track, BMW Sports Activity Vehicles and Sports Activity Coupes will be showcased through winter driving and offroad experiences. BMW, one of the three top-selling premium automotive brands in the country, has enjoyed success on the motorsports scene for nearly all of its year history. MMC offers its members. The M Track Days program, which will visit a total of five. In addition, the top drivers from each stop will move on to the session finals to compete in an exciting event at the BMW Performance Center West track in Thermal, California.
It delivers a perfected formula of chassis balance, steering response, and power-to-weight ratio.
When you exit the pits, your mind should only be on one thing: being your best. We take care of all the preparation, set-up, and transportation, so you can focus on the important things. The technicians supporting you at the track are the same professionals who prepare your car back in our fully-equipped, 23, square foot Danbury, Connecticut facility. Hit the track with the right team behind you. By traveling a road with a lot of twists and turns….
Chris got his first taste of racing as a 6-year-old boy in Bethel, Maine. His dad crafted a little clay track on the family farm, and cobbled together a go-kart using a 5-horsepower Briggs and Stratton engine commandeered from the wood splitter. The more laps Chris took on the loose gravel surface, the more he learned about — and loved — driving fast. From there, it was an easy transition to rally racing, especially in a town that annually hosted the New England Forest Rally, a national rally racing championship race. Back then, Chris, his brother, Forest, and their dad, Richard, used to go to every rally event they could find across Maine and New Hampshire.
It was at one of those events — Climb to the Clouds, a hill climb up Mount Washington — that year-old Chris made a split-second decision that changed the course of his life. He and his father were working crowd control at the climb when a driver crashed into a tree and his car burst into flames. Without thinking, Chris rushed to the burning vehicle and pulled the trapped driver out, saving his life. He used the money a few years later to buy his first rally car, a caged shell of a Volkswagen Golf that was still disassembled.
Over the next few years, Chris put the parts back into the car, and even received academic credit for his efforts. Unfortunately, the aging engine blew up the first time he tried to drive the car, but Chris — the eternal optimist — just hunted down another engine and started again. Because each race is run on an unfamiliar course, each driver is completely reliant on their co-driver to chart the wisest — and fastest — route to the finish line.
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The co-driver is armed with a road map that details every aspect of the path ahead, from ditches and rocks to the length of straightaways and the angle of corners. He or she uses that map to deliver a constant set of directions to the driver throughout the race. Chris kept entering races, and kept winning them. By the time he was 25 years old, he was already a four-time national rally racing champion, and was tearing up rally stages in exotic locales like Greece, Finland, Portugal, and Wales. During these years, Chris got married, and his wife, Sarah, became pregnant with their first daughter.
That's when he decided he wanted to be home more than the rally racing life would allow. While Chris was in New York to support a rally team, he visited Monticello Motor Club and his life took another twist. Second, the members are such cool people. Coliseum, Calif. When that happened — and it did — no one was hurt, or even batted an eye.
Instead, each car was plucked out of the bank some multiple times , brushed off, and sent back out there for another go. Porsche's instructors taught members how to keep the cars on the track by using deliberate steering, throttle, and brake inputs.
Admittedly, most started out by perpetually spinning out on the ice. By the end, however, members had acquired the confidence and knowledge to negotiate an icy corner — at speed — with the car sideways and the spinning rear wheels throwing curtains of snow into the air. Frank Stella in Roy Lichtenstein in Andy Warhol in Robert Rauschenberg in Jeff Koons in Now numbering 19, these artifacts are cultural highlights and engaging ambassadors for the brand.
And so the Art Car Project was born. Artists for the BMW Art Car Project are chosen by an independent jury of renowned international museum directors and curators. The artists who have been selected include many of the most revered names from the last five decades of contemporary art. The project usually involves just one artist, but BMW recently commemorated its th anniversary by asking the jury to select two artists who would each work on an M6 GT3 racecar.
Fei chose an unprecedented and immersive approach with her Art Car, empowering the viewer to engage with the artwork through cutting-edge technology. Staying true to her artistic practice, Fei built a parallel universe that consists of three different components: a video focusing on a time-traveling spiritual practitioner, augmented reality features picturing colorful light particles accessible via a dedicated app , and the BMW M6 GT3 racecar in its original carbon black. Which attitudes and temperaments hold the key to opening the gateway to the new age?
CCC is bigger and better than ever, with foothigh ceilings, 28, square feet of indoor space, additional parking, and a 15,square-foot patio. Members were invited to play hooky and take to the snow-covered track for some slipping, sliding, and driving, all while learning about driving safely on snow and ice.
Raised in Whitehouse Station, N. And that is exactly what Alex does as the man in charge of just about everything that a member experiences at Monticello Motor Club — from making sure the lawns are immaculate to ensuring that the new fleet of BMWs is humming. All these years later — after driving, working on, owning, and teaching others to drive some of the highest performing cars in the world — Alex can still describe the rush he felt when he and.
From tweaking a car's setup to calculating the timing of a perfect pass, Alex had finally found his sweet spot. Creative Design Challenge a state robotics competition , and at Brown University, which is among the top 10 colleges in the country. At Brown, Alex took upperlevel engineering, business, and entrepreneurship courses. He also enrolled in the Formula SAE Series program, where students are tasked with building, testing, marketing, and racing a formula racecar. For his senior independent study project, Alex spent all of his savings and thousands more that he borrowed to rebuild a black Porsche with dozens of new parts that he designed, fabricated, and installed.
This was all accomplished in the same engineering lab where the late, legendary racecar driver Mark Donahue earned his engineering degree in Through it all, Alex always returned to the asphalt, continually honing his skills, both under the hood and behind the wheel. Fire up the hp engine, take it into a turn and feel the dynamically balanced chassis grip and pull. Passengers must be at least 12 years old. Drivers and passengers should always wear helmets, eye protection, and seat belts.
Always use cab nets or doors as equipped. Never engage in stunt driving, and avoid excessive speeds and sharp turns. All drivers should take a safety training course.
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Call for additional information. Check local laws before riding on trails. During summer months, visitors can enjoy hand-shaken seasonal cocktails and local bites at Bootlegger's Alley Bar. It produces all of its award-winning spirits — including Peace Vodka and Most Righteous Bourbon — from locally grown grains, fruits, and botanicals; there are never any additives used. Visitors are welcome to dine at the Dancing Cat Saloon right next door. With its sprawling 1,square-foot tasting room, brewery, and gift shop, the Roscoe Beer Co. The brewery now offers a series of special events all year long, such as its Trout Town Summerfest and Trout Town Oktoberfest.
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