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Terps Racing Vehicles on Display at 2006 Washington Auto Show

Terps Racing Vehicles on Display at 2006 Washington Auto Show

Terps Racing, Maryland’s formula and baja vehicle racing team, invites students, faculty and support crew to stop by the Washington Auto Show 2006. Terps Racing vehicles are featured as one of the ‘Hot Displays’ of the convention, located at the Washington Convention Center at 801 Mount Vernon Place, N.W. in Washington, DC. Maryland is the only D.C. Metropolitan area university-sponsored racing team or club at the auto show.

Admission is $10 per day per person. Racing team members will be present in the motorsports section to talk with other students interested in becoming a part of Terps Racing competitions and events. The motorsports area will be located in Hall C of the lower level of the convention center, marked "Motorsports Magic."

Terps Racing offers Maryland undergraduate students the opportunity to design, build and race their own baja all-terrain and formula racing vehicles in various regional and national competitions. Terps racing invites students of any major to participate, although most are engineering students.

Formula vehicle test runs begin in March, with the first official race on April 23 at the parking lots of FedEx Field. Races are coordinated by the Sports Car Club of America - Washington, DC Region chapter. For specific information on the races and club, visit:

http://solo.wdcr-scca.org/

Upcoming Racing Events:

Sunday, March 26 - Autocross event (test runs and tune day) Fedex Field.

Sunday, April 23 - Autocross event (1st official championship race of the year) Fedex Field Lot E & F 1600 FedEx Way Landover, MARYLAND 20785.

May 17-22: Ford Proving Grounds, Romeo, MI.

June 14-19: California Speedway, Fontana, CA.

May 24-27: Mini Baja Mid West - Elkhorn, Wisconsin

Terps Racing

http://www.terpsracing.umd.edu/

Washington Auto Show 2006

http://www.washingtonautoshow.com/

January 15, 2006


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