There was a wide variety of cars that
participated in the event, including both Hondas and non-Hondas. Some of
the vehicles included Integras, Civics, Corvettes, Preludes, Miatas, Accords,
NSXs, a pair of 360 Modenas, a pair of '01 911 Turbos, a couple of 911 Carerras,
and the largest gathering of S2000s on a track ever recorded with over 40
There was a variety of
cars at the event.
The event configuration was (2) 25
minute sessions per group before lunch, and then (2) 25 minute sessions per
group after lunch. I put about 200 miles of track time on my car!
The time in between sessions was good for relaxing, discussing different track
aspects with fellow drivers in your group, making adjustments or changes to your
car's setup, and checking out some of the other cars on the track. The
event is limited in its number of entries, which means there is much less of a
chance at being stuck behind someone who happens to be slower than you on the
track. Both the drivers and instructors do a good job of making sure no
one is held up behind a slower driver. A free BBQ on Saturday night with a
band and drinks was a nice time to socialize with everyone and wind-down from
the first day of events.
People lining up to go out
on the track.
Most of the cars were
hitting well over 110 mph down the front straight. TWS is a great place to
legally and safely drive in the triple digits.