Give them a call and give them your VIN.How do they know you're entitled to the free ST academy? Any proof of vehicle purchase needed and do you have to do this within a certain amount of years or no expiration on your chance.
Give them a call and give them your VIN.
You have to be the purchase owner of the car, not the 2nd owner.
I would call ASAP and get a dialog started if you plan to go.
I have heard people going after waiting 2 years. they are people and understand life. call and have a chat with them.Appreciate the input, i had actually just emailed them a few minutes ago. My year of purchase would be this December, as per their website you only have a year from delivery to register. It seems i would only be able to sign up for next year.
Highly appreciate the tips and suggestions. I'm taking this opportunity to do a little sight seeing around Salt lake as well since I'll be taking my wife for the weekend prior. I'll post back and add some pictures.You'll have a blast. The hotel they recommend has a race ready Porsche Cayman in the lobby and an ice cream machine gets rolled out every evening. In Tooele, the Bonneville Brewery has good food and local beer. Apollo Burgers is a unique local franchise, they pile Pastrami on top of the burger. There's a Wal-Mart in Tooele in case you forget something. You're at 4500 feet elevation so if you're not use to that altitude, plan on some adjustment. You'll be glad you're driving their cars, using up their tires and fuel. There's the option for additional insurance from them. I got it, but its not really necessary. Your morning on the track is structured and not that risky and during the autocross time, you never get above second gear. You'll be impressed how much potential is in our cars that we never get to use.
We enjoyed Ogden. On Saturday they close off the main street and have food and craft vendors, At Union Station are a couple of museums including the John Moses Browning Museum. IF you're a gun guy don't miss it. On the main street is Smokey's BBQ. Real good, try the burnt end meal, its a full pound and can feed two. North of Ogden is Promontory Point, where the transcontinental railroad was completed. It is the middle of no where but two beautiful old steam trains they have fired up. We drove up to Bonneville Salt Flats, vast area of nothing. Just flat field of salt to the horizon. Not much to see.Highly appreciate the tips and suggestions. I'm taking this opportunity to do a little sight seeing around Salt lake as well since I'll be taking my wife for the weekend prior. I'll post back and add some pictures.