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Question Cornerspeed @ VIR

Anybody have any experience with the Cornerspeed school at VIR? It would be my first foray into riding on a track w/ actual instruction. Good? Bad? Also, the anti-freeze change and safety wiring.... I am assuming that changing the AF is as straightforward as it sounds, but how does one go about safety wiring oil caps and drain plugs?

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post #2 of 7 Old 06-28-2006, 03:28 PM
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You will need a safety wire plier, safety wire, and a few 1/16" drill bits.


Here are a few photos of various safety wired parts.


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yes, was there a couple yrs ago...it's worth it, i'm goin back later this year

i made the mistake of ignoring something aaron specifically warned us about...and paid for it w/ a nice run-off/slide/tumble

nate kern may still ride/instruct w/ them...jersey guy/boxer racer

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I've taken both level 1 and level 2 schools, and am still trying to apply all the stuff that they go over. It's an excellent school for the price and a great way to do your first trackday!

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I've taken both level 1 and level 2 schools, and am still trying to apply all the stuff that they go over. It's an excellent school for the price and a great way to do your first trackday!
GREAT organization! Can't say enough about them... It will be money well spent.

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Registration for the GRAND COURSE is now available! Nov 6th, then the North course on Nov. 7th.

What is the Grand course? Just a 4.2 mile approx. 25 turn layout that is only offered once a year.

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