Open to solo drivers (and Yellow (Novice) drivers with permission of our Chief Instructor) – limited to 60 drivers;
Open to all car types (NER DEs always allow non-Porsche drivers)
All PCA Driver Education requirements are in effect.
Before the event, all drivers should set personal goals for the three day event and be prepared to share those with the lead NER Instructors. In that way, we can assimilate your goals with a series of personalized in-car sessions.
During the event – there will be two “Drill Sessions” each day where drivers will share the track and can work on various aspects of both the track and driver training. These drill sessions include driver exercises such as passing skills, braking exercises, trail braking, corner entry and exit speed drills, etc. These sessions will be run at typical Yellow/Blue Run Group pace, and afford drivers a slower paced opportunity to work on their driving skills.
The remaining track time during the day will alternate between Red/Black and Blue/White sessions where drivers can work at their own driving pace to work on their own goals.
There will be a classroom each day during lunch (which will be locally catered!). These classes will be taught by the attending NER Instructors;
There will be a track walk at the end of the first day and a debrief when the track goes cold at the end of the first two days (liquid refreshments will be served). These sessions are designed to wrap up the day’s events and set goals for the following day.
Logistics for Crossing the Border: Getting over the border isn’t going to be the worst, but it’s also not as easy as it was pre-covid. Canada has an app to make crossing easier. There are also rules for getting back into the USA you should review. Read the links below and everything should go smoothly. Ask questions if you have them and we will try our best to provide answers. I have not personally crossed the border under these new rules.
Trailering a Car Over the Border The following information could be useful if you’re trailering your car across the border to one of our DE events in Canada. From the Department of Homeland Security website at Automobiles you need, “…specific proof of U.S. origination. This proof may be a State issued vehicle registration card or a CBP certificate of registration (CBP 4455) completed and verified by a CBP officer before departure from the United States.” So, if your car is registered you are good to go. If it’s a track only vehicle not registered for the street then the CBP 4455 will do the job. It’s available on the DHS website at CBP 4455. The latest word is that you might need form CBP 4457.