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High Speed Fun 15
Atlanta Motorsports Park
May 22-23
Come join us for some high speed fun at AMP
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Links to insurance while you are on the track:
On Track Insurance
Lockton Motorsports Insurance
MCMC Scholarship

Next Club Meeting
Notice to all Club Members:
Our May 21 Club meeting will be held at Dawsonville, GA by participating at our 15th year High Speed Driving Event.
The June 18 Club meeting will reconvene at our normal time (7:00 p.m.) and location Piccaddilly Cafeteria, 874 Murfreesboro Pike.
Hope to see all Club members at both events!

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April Newsletter

Some great weekend weather has come and gone since our last Club Meeting. I trust many of you took the opportunity to take your ponies out for a run – I did on several occasions. Both of my trips were by invitation from friends – the Jaguar Club and British Car Club, both great Clubs based in Nashville. Both trips were easy and fun on county roads to the South of Nashville. One forgets how beautiful our county roads are with all of the spring foliage bursting out. Found two great places for lunch, so we will plan one of these trips for our Club in the coming months.

Great news for all active Club Members, our new Membership Cards are in and will be distributed to all paid and active Club Members at this Thursday’s Club meeting – April 16. If you have not paid your current dues or wish to re-activate your membership, please come to the meeting or download the membership form and mail to Ray Mailloux – address on the form.

The new membership card will be your ID and enable you to enjoy and to participate in any Club discounts as well as sponsor discounts --- a value added benefit for active members. Overtime, we will strive to enhance the value of your membership via “value added” promotions and / or services from both the Club as well as our sponsors.

New links – we have added two links to our website. One is for The Car Guy Garage (www.carguygarage.com) and the second is for American Standard Auto Protection (www.asapwarranty.com). Your Club does not in anyway endorse either of these. We are simply sharing additional information on parts/services available to car enthusiasts.

Upcoming events and they are many --- you can find local and regional events on our website as well as on our facebook page, so keep an eye out for any new postings.

Happening next week, the Kars4Kids show at TN Baptist Children’s Home, 1310 Franklin Rd, Brentwood, TN. A flyer is on our website. I look forward to seeing all Club members supporting this great organization.

In closing, I leave you with a bit of trivia: two questions - see if you can correctly answer before looking:

1. In 1965 did all Mustangs come with back-up lights?
2. The “Mustang” was the only name considered for the car prior to its debut?


1. No - back-up lights were a factory option and cost $10.70.
2. No – prior to naming the car after the P-51 Mustang fighter-bomber, insiders considered naming it Cougar, Bronco, Puma, Cheetah and Colt.

Take Care and drive save,
Henry Johs

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