Saturday the 22nd with Z-Car club- Open event to all makes of cars (including Vipers). Very well structured event, lots of fun, great people, no egos. I think this is my 6th year running with these guys, and I always look forward to their track days. They have run groups from novice to advanced. I highly recommend the ZCCC event to anybody new to HPDE. Probably the lowest pressure organized track day you can find. Excellent for first timers. Also a dealership sponsored event by Boulder Nissan, so no corner working duties for the drivers, lots of seat time, and a very reasonable registration fee. PM me for more details on this event and registration info. Saturday the 29th with CECA (Colorado Exotic Car Association)- Open event to all makes of cars. CECA has some new blood in management and organization, and is working on fixing some issues that interfere with fun, and lowering the suck factor. This is my 5th year with these dudes, (33rd year for CECA). Run groups from novice to advanced, but a little more intense than the ZCCC. Wider range of assorted cars ranging from econo-box sportscars to high end Ferrari and the like. (Ford GT, ZR-1, Cobra, Lotus, R8, GT-R, ACR-X) You never know what will show up at a CECA event. Not quite as much seat time as the ZCCC event, but still enough to wear you out. This is an HPDE for real car guys that appreciate all the best of all makes, like a rolling car show. Some of the guys have some ego problems,..... I fix that with my throttle. No corner working at this event, but no sponsorship either, so the registration is a little higher. PM me for more details on this event and registration info. If you haven't had your Viper at the track yet, for whatever reason, stop missing out on the real fun you can have with your car. No speed limits and no cops. -Or come out to spectate, and ride along, as both clubs allow passengers. To any of the Viper track rats out there, come help me thrash on the GT-Rs and whatever else.