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Latest in the NJMP saga (for those interested)............

 
Old 06-08-2011, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Phokaioglaukos View Post
As far as I can see, membership provides the right to pay a $2,400 annual fee to attend all spectator events with preferred parking and pay a $165 fee for four 25-minute track sessions with other members and guests. There are about 30 member days each year and a coupld of them offer the advanced driver more track time. The restaurant and guest suites are available to non-members (although there are slight member discounts for the suites on member days).

I'm not sure membership can be justified on any economic basis. What am I missing?

As noted, there is not much at NJMP for a non-driver. The staff is trying, with member wine dinners and other events throughout the year, but....
I attended an advanced day last year which turned into an open track day. It was a great day. Didn't realize that all those member days are your typical 4 session DE type days. That (combined with dues AND an initial chunk) makes me think maybe you're right. Might not be a great deal after all. It's not like it's hard to find a group to run with to get on either track.
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