Randy “The Rocket” Pobst will attend Audi Club Glacier Lakes’ Quattroberfest 2017 High Performance Driving Event (HPDE) at Brainerd International Raceway (BIR) on October 7-8!
Mr. Pobst is a former Audi factory racer with more than 90 professional wins. His many accomplishments include: two-time winner of the Rolex 24 At Daytona, four World Challenge GT championships (2003 in the Champion Racing Audi RS6), 1996 and 1997 North American Touring Car Championship titles, and 2005, 2006 and 2007 World Challenge Touring Car runner up. Randy earned factory drives with Audi, Porsche, Mazda, and Volvo from 2001 to 2014. He started out in college with SCCA and Pro Solo autocross, winning six national titles.
Mr. Pobst is currently the Motor Trend "Stig" track tester, and one of their YouTube channel video stars and writers. He also has been writing the Pobst Positon column for the SCCA SportsCar magazine for fourteen years, and still loves to race, grabbing drives whenever he can.
Quattroberfest 2017 participants will be treated to a keynote address by Mr. Pobst on Saturday. They will also have the chance to win some time with Randy in their car on the track. Where else can an HPDE participant get an opportunity like this?
Instructors, as a special thank you for all of the coaching they provide to our members and teen drivers, can attend a classroom session with Randy on Saturday during lunch (lunch provided) where he will speak on “The Challenges of Coaching Advanced Drivers”. In addition, some instructors will get some one-on-one in-car coaching from Mr. Pobst on the track.
Don’t let this opportunity to hear and learn from Randy “The Rocket” Pobst pass you by!
Discounted early registration pricing ends Sept. 5th
New to HPDE and want to learn more about what to expect? Check out: audiclubglacierlakes.org/driving-school-materials
Questions about Quattroberfest 2017? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about Audi Club Glacier Lakes? Contact email@example.com
Questions about instructor status or eligibility? Contact Peter Puffer