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The 2012 PDX happened.

Hand signals play an important part of communication between drivers on track at a PDX. This student shows the “Pit In” signal (balled fist) as he enters the pits at Calabogie Motorsports Park.


And the 2011 event.

MoHud PDX events are open to any SCCA member with a valid driver’s license and a car that meets safety requirements. A $15 temporary membership is available for the weekend for those who are not yet club members.

This is not a racing school but rather a high performance car control clinic on a race circuit under close supervision by instructors. You will be taught the fine art of car control and fundamentals of vehicle dynamics. You will be able to learn the capabilities of your car and improve your driving skills at speeds that are not permitted on public roads. All drivers will be instructed on safety regulations and general track etiquette.

Instruction is provided in-car and in classroom by our experienced cadre of performance drivers, many of whom you might be familiar with from Patroon BMWCCA.

In addition to the “Pre-Event Safety Inspection,” which the driver is required to have performed, an “On-Site Safety Inspection” will be performed at the site in the morning, prior to you getting out on track. Cars failing the on-site inspection will not be permitted on the track. No refunds will be given for cars failing the on-site inspection.

The front straight at the track may be the highest speed portion of the track, but often it gives you a chance to catch your breath before concentrating on the difficult parts: the curves and turns.


PDX Event Forms

So You Think You Want To Be A Racer

Run at different track locations throughout the country, the PDX provides an instructional environment for drivers who simply want to improve their driving skills and increase their enjoyment of driving their street vehicle. True to the “run what ya brung” adage, all it takes to be a part is your street car, a valid license and a helmet.

If you’re interested in more information of how to get from the sidelines to the racetrack, you might also want to check out the book Go Ahead – Take the Wheel.

Scenes from MoHud’s 2010 PDX at Monticello Motor Club

MoHud’s track day at Monticello earned the club recognition at the 2010 National Convention, held in Las Vegas, for “Best PDX in the Northeast Region in 2010.”