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WE’RE BACK-2018 Longest Day Driving School

WE’RE BACK-2018 Longest Day Driving School

After taking a one year hiatus, the Longest Day Driving School is back. Unfortunately, due to management changes at Raceway Park of the Midlands, we were unable to offer our members our traditional driving school last year, but a new improved 2018 version of LDDS is in the planning stages, and will be one you won’t want to miss.

We will have some new exciting added features, which will be unveiled in an upcoming issue, but the traditional version of the school will consist of the best driving instructors in the Midwest helping you improve your driving skills. Our driving school matches each student to an instructor which provides one-on-one ontrack instruction in order to help improve your driving ability. No matter how much or how little experience you have behind the wheel, on the street or on the track, our driving schools will make you a better driver.

Whether your goal is to learn to drive more safely and confidently on the street or the track, our program is custom tailored to each participant. Your instructor will assess your skills, set priorities, and work with you in the car. Our school is one of the finest and safest in the country thanks in large part to our experienced instructors and our choice of Raceway Park of the Midlands (RPM) as our host track. Registration will be soon open on our website. If you would like more information, or to volunteer at LDDS, please contact David Brighton at or Manoj Tomar at

BMW Informal Social at noon – MB2 Raceway in Grimes – January 21

BMW Informal Social at noon – MB2 Raceway in Grimes – January 21

The Iowa BMW Club will once again sponsor a winter Chili/Karting event at MB2 Raceway in Grimes on January 21. This has been an exciting event the last several years with a great selection of chilies and hot racing on the go-kart track among our members.

MB2 Raceway provides an indoor track with a party room. This event is for racers and spectators alike. Bring your helmet, or use a loaner, and try to match speeds with the some of the best drivers in our Club. On the track, racers will reach speeds up to 45 MPH, with safety an important factor.

For more information, check this site:, or contact David Brighton at 515-570-5549.

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