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Unread 04-28-2005, 03:24 PM   #1
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SRT Track Experience - Ultimate Driving Experience

I am part of the SRT Track Experience program team, and I wanted to make SRT enthusiasts aware of this new offer from SRT. Below is a summary of the event. Please feel free to contact program headquarters or myself for more information, or simply post questions and comments here.

Ultimate Driving Experience Awaits SRT Owners

The SRT Track Experience is an exhilarating new instructional racing program conducted by the Skip Barber Driving School and offered exclusively to all Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep SRT vehicle owners. Instructors will conduct day-long classroom sessions and driving clinics, promising superb instruction in a thrilling environment. Participants will test their driving skills on a road course, drag strip and skid pad with a variety of SRT vehicles, including the Dodge Viper SRT10. The inaugural event takes place in Florida at the Daytona International Speedway, Saturday and Sunday, May 14–15, 2005, and will continue to visit at least 20 major racetracks across the nation. For more information or to register, contact SRT Program Headquarters at 1-800-998-1110 or e-mail info@srttrackexperience.com

The official websites of the SRT Track Experience will be up and running by Monday, May 9, at www.srttrackexperience.com.

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Unread 04-28-2005, 03:36 PM   #2
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Unread 04-28-2005, 03:46 PM   #3
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Who wants to bet a hip hop giant will be the first one to buy a SRT-8 and put the associated bling on it?
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Unread 04-28-2005, 04:20 PM   #4
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Are you selling something? What in the world is a Jeep SRT? These are offroad vehicles.
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Unread 04-28-2005, 05:39 PM   #5
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Are you selling something? What in the world is a Jeep SRT? These are offroad vehicles.

Honestly, I think the 2006 GC SRT8 is sweet. I think it looks great and upholds the legendary Jeep tradition of high performance. Yes, I know that the SRT8 won't be taken off-road (even though it does have 4wd) but lets not forget that two of the most desirable jeep models were "gussied up" for the street: the Hurst Jeepster and the CJ5 Super-Jeep (or whatever it was called). Jeep has been about building rugged, world class trucks and the SRT8 fits the bill perfectly. It might not be trail rated, but who cares when the guy in the Mustang GT is staring at the Jeep emblem on your tailgate.

Just my $.02
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Unread 04-29-2005, 07:13 AM   #6
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Honestly, I think the 2006 GC SRT8 is sweet. I think it looks great and upholds the legendary Jeep tradition of high performance. Yes, I know that the SRT8 won't be taken off-road (even though it does have 4wd) but lets not forget that two of the most desirable jeep models were "gussied up" for the street: the Hurst Jeepster and the CJ5 Super-Jeep (or whatever it was called). Jeep has been about building rugged, world class trucks and the SRT8 fits the bill perfectly. It might not be trail rated, but who cares when the guy in the Mustang GT is staring at the Jeep emblem on your tailgate.

Just my $.02
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Unread 04-29-2005, 08:34 AM   #7
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Honestly, I think the 2006 GC SRT8 is sweet. I think it looks great and upholds the legendary Jeep tradition of high performance. Yes, I know that the SRT8 won't be taken off-road (even though it does have 4wd) but lets not forget that two of the most desirable jeep models were "gussied up" for the street: the Hurst Jeepster and the CJ5 Super-Jeep (or whatever it was called). Jeep has been about building rugged, world class trucks and the SRT8 fits the bill perfectly. It might not be trail rated, but who cares when the guy in the Mustang GT is staring at the Jeep emblem on your tailgate.

Just my $.02

Those aren't out yet. Jeeps tradition isn't one of "high performance" it's offroad ruggedness. The Hurst Jeepster just had badges and a hurst shifter. The super Jeep was a sticker package. Both were the exact same thing as the other models that year. I firmly believe that Jeep should stay the "offroad brand" even if most of the vehicles stay on the road. Its bad enough that DC rebodied the Durango and called it a Jeep, but now the Jeep brand is getting taken furthur away from what its always been.
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Unread 04-29-2005, 09:55 AM   #8
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I am part of the SRT Track Experience program team
thats cute...... do you have anything else besides spam to add? if not go away
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Unread 04-29-2005, 02:00 PM   #9
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No...Nothing better.

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thats cute...... do you have anything else besides spam to add? if not go away
I posted the information so that anyone interested could post questions/comments and I could answer them promptly. I understand that many Jeep enthusiasts believe that the SRT Jeep goes against current Jeep Tradition; however, since the SRT Track Experience is being offered to all SRT owners, the Jeep SRT qualifies. And so here we are. It really is a well designed program and also allows Jeep SRT owners to drive other SRT vehicles.

The website will be up and running by Monday, May 9. I'm trying to get a temporary page up by the end of the day.

Please continue to post your questions and comments.

Thanks,

Josh
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Unread 04-29-2005, 06:04 PM   #10
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I've test driven the SRT-4 Neon.

All I can say is that DC's Street and Racing Technology group KNOWS how to make an engine GO!

It was a blast to drive. If you are able to go to this race track deal, I suggest you go.
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