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    Circuit of The Americas (COTA) Track Event February 19-21, 2021

    Good Day All:



    For the 8th year MVP Track Time is headed to Austin, Texas for some on-track fun. It’s time to sign up for three days of driving on America’s only purpose built F1 track, Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin. MVP Track Time has scheduled our 8th annual three-day COTA track event for February 19-21, 2021..

    The entry fee for all three days is $1,375. The same price as previous years If you’d like to register for a single day or two days, contact me at (314) 249-3770 or [email protected].


    Initially, as with our previous COTA events, this event will be for ADVANCED and INTERMEDIATE skill/experience drivers only.

    If you are in doubt whether you meet the Advanced or Intermediate criteria, call me at (314) 249-3770 to discuss your experience.There are a limited number of spots available for COTA. Yes, COTA fills fast.



    STEP 1
    The $1,375 entry fee for all three days at COTA can only be completed with Pay Pal (you can use any major credit card through the Pay Pal system if you don’t have a Pay Pal account) at the link below:

    https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/websc...=JQ3XJ9LSZHJUN


    STEP 2
    Once you have completed the entry fee, head over to the “Registration Page” of MVP’s web site (link below) to register. You’ll need to scroll to the bottom of the page to complete the blue outlined registration box. Click on the“Event” drop-down menu and choose COTA (All 3Days): February 19-21, 2021 .

    http://www.mvptracktime.com/id92.html


    We will have four (blue, green, yellow and red) run groups allowing us to schedule our customary two hours of track time daily for each run group.


    In the spirit of transparency, the rental of COTA, as you can guess, is extremely expensive, so once you register, MVP will not be able to give you a refund until COTA is sold out and we have a replacement for you. If/when we can replace you, there will be a $100 cancellation fee. Inside of four weeks (January 23, 2021 and later) prior to the COTA event there is no refund. This is the expensive reality of renting Circuit of The Americas.

    If you have any questions, grab the phone and call me at (314) 249-3770 or you can e-mail [email protected].

    Happy Motoring and I hope to see you at COTA. Enjoy your day.

    Mark Pfeffer – MVP Track Time
    www.MVPTrackTime.com
    Phone: (314) 249-3770
    E-mail: [email protected]


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  2. #2
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    Are spectators allowed to go to the track day? If so, is there an entry fee, what is the cost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkfastroth View Post
    Are spectators allowed to go to the track day? If so, is there an entry fee, what is the cost?
    In the past I have had multiple friends come observe while I ran with MVP. I even took passengers with me once. COTA requires anyone entering the facility to sign their general liability waiver. No fee to enter otherwise.

    Hopefully by the time that February rolls around the general restrictions related to COVID will ease. So unless Mark has changed his policies, spectators should be welcomed. Mine even were able to go up the tower and watch a session. They loved being able to see the facilities in such a laid back setting.

    Mark runs a great event. I've done COTA 3 times with them. There are generally some fun other participants there as well. Several race teams usually use this event as a testing session in the advanced groups, and COTA in general always has a high-end collection of cars in attendance.

    Enjoy!
    Bryan (a.k.a. Carbuff)

    70 Camaro RS Hunk'o'Metal - Previous Project
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    Thanks for the input!

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