Experience one of Austin's best Chinese spots while hanging with your car club peeps! This will my third time dining here and will provide suggestions and pics in the comments. Arrive 15 minutes early to the locations as the restaurant does not take reservations.
This place is popular and will fill up quickly! See yall there
The club will stage at the Texas Department of Transporation Parking Lot to decorate our cars. Parade starts at 9am. We will try to meet at the area marked in red on the map. We will have our radios tuned to channel 5.
Afterwards, remove decorations and proceed to Lakeway Starbucks for the Pie Crawl.
Join us at Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q (11570 Research Blvd) for our first Saturday edition of the monthly meeting. We will eat some breakfast tacos, talk about past and upcoming events, meet new friends, and then go to the cars and talk cars, mods, and more cars.
We will meet at CVS, corner of Hwy 71 and Bee Cave Parkway. We will drive to Abilene and stay at the Courtyard by Marriott, 4350 Ridgemont Dr. Saturday morning, we will visit the Abilene Indoor Gun Range, and then lunch at Perini Ranch. After lunch, we will head back to Austin.
Contact James Felps for more info at 512 968-6963.
Welcome in the new year! Come show us what new toys you bought yourself for Christmas! I should have new rims for my '03 plus anything I can buy the wife will let me get away with. Also, we will be welcoming the new BOD members.
6:30 Socialize and Dinner
Come have a few slices and a pint and visit with your fellow Tejas Members. Plenty of parking around the restaurant along with a small grove of trees (in case our shorts and t-shirt winter continues).
My personal favorite here is the honey pear with extra virgin olive oil, house cheese blend, sliced pear, caramelized onions, blue cheese, prosciutto, basil, and local honey. Other interesting pies adorn the menu like:
Banh Mi - Crème fraîche, house cheese blend, local sausage, jalapeños, pickled onions and carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, and Sriracha.
Cannonball - Red sauce, house cheese blend, pepperoni, bacon, local crumbled sausage, and Canadian bacon.
Not adventurous? They have the basics too! See yall there!
I've been talking about this for several months at club meetings. Join my family for all or part of this adventure. We will be exploring the area over several days. Shopping, cruises, adult libations and dining. There is even an opportunity for a star party at the observatory.
Hotel space is limited; if you would like further email me at email@example.com
President of Tejas Miatas
Tis the season do something away from our usual meeting spot. Come show your AMORE for you car and your club!
Price is $10 CASH due at the door; your Tejas Board of Directors will the taking care of the rest of the bill.
Socialization starts at 4pm. Dinner at 7pm. We're hoping that gives everyone enough time to drive over to Bee Cave.
We'll also have some prizes to give away. Thanks for making this a great year in Tejas; hope to see all our friends!
Come on out and Fill your Trunks with food for the Central Texas Food Bank. In addition to food we will also like to donate cash so if you can bring some, and have friends and family donate as well that would be Awesome.
The goal for this year is 7000 Meals!!
Hope to See you there.
We will Stage up at Dance Across Texas at 9:30 and Roll out around 9:45. 2201 E Ben White Blvd, Austin, TX 78741
For those of you who want to learn a little bit more about what Auto Cross is, or those that just want to get in as many practice runs as possible. the A&M Summer Practices are the perfect low pressure way to get this done. Come learn to drive your car and experience what Miata's do best. Last time I went, I got in 10 runs in less than 60 minutes!!
- Leave from Round Rock on 7/16 at 6:45 a.m. (arrive at 8:30 a.m.)
- Fun drive out on RM 112 through Lexington and Caldwell
- Stay until noon or until everyone is done.
- Food and Ice cream stop on the way home.
Here is the link to the A&M FB event
Come on out and wrench on your car! The BOD will be providing Burgers, Hot Dogs, chips and drinks.
Lets have some fun and get some projects knocked out (nothing too big), and most imporantly learn.
Let us know in the comments what you plan to work on.
If you have any questions please let the BOD know by asking here or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free to members
Non members can join anytime, on that day, or pay a $50 shop fee.
Click here to let us know you're coming!
Trying another venue! We're going OLD SCHOOL where you could have cruised into Threadgill's in your Austin Healy or MGA. Why not bring our Half British sports cars down to this Austin Original!
Format remains the same depending on participation. I've told them to expect 10-30 members. I've also negotiated our regular terms in regards to seperate tickets. Might not be $2 Tecate land; at least it's a change of pace.
Your participation is needed; let's show this restaurant our Tejas PRIDE!
Click here to let us know you're coming!
PLEASE NOTE THE DIFFERENT LOCATION! The club has spoken; so we're gonna try something different. I have reserved a meeting space at Cafe Express basically at 38th and Lamar.
Counter ordering (no tipping) and menu consisting of pasta, burgers, and sandwiches. Some kind of interesting condiment bar to make each dish your own. This place may work; may not. I'll create a poll after the meeting to guage any future interest.
Harris Hill Raceway is a 1.82-mile, 11-turn asphalt road course with more than 150 feet of elevation changes and a variety of corners including increasing and decreasing radius corners of both high and lower speeds. The track is located northeast of San Marcos, TX only 26 miles from downtown Austin and 55 miles from San Antonio.
Advanced, Intermediate and Novice groups: $150
Track Tour Laps and Spectating: FREE!
TRACK SPECIFIC RULES
- Children must remain inside the clubhouse or on the adjancent grounds. Children will not be permitted in the paddock area.
- Decibel limit is 99db trackside and 85db at the property line.
EVENT SCHEDULE **Note the updated schedule below. This event will begin 30 minutes earlier than a normal Track Night.**
2:30PM- Gates Open
3:00PM- Worker Meeting (includes Run/Work participants)
3:15PM - MANDATORY KONI NOVICE MEETING (Novice Paddock)
3:30PM - Koni Novice Group: Paced Laps, MANDATORY ADVANCED GROUP and INTERMEDIATE GROUP BRIEFING
3:50PM - Advanced Group: Session 1
3:55PM - Koni Novice Group: Briefing 1 (Novice Paddock)
4:10PM - Intermediate Group: Session 1
4:30PM - Koni Novice Group: Session 1
4:50PM - Advanced Group: Session 2
4:55PM - Koni Novice Group: Briefing 2
5:10PM - Intermediate Group: Session 2
5:30PM - Track Tour Laps (Open to All)
5:50PM - Koni Novice Group: Session 2
6:10PM - Advanced Group: Session 3
6:15PM - Koni Novice Group: Briefing 3
6:30PM - Intermediate Group: Session 3
6:50PM - Koni Novice Group: Session 3
7:10PM - Track Close
8:30PM - Gates Close
* Times are an approximation (Weather and on-track issues can play havoc with a schedule, and sometimes officials might have to improvise to make sure everyone gets the most out of the event.)
Click Here for more information about Track Night events at Harris Hill Raceway.
Tejas heads east of town towards Bastrop. Meet up with Frank and Evelyn. Head out for some roads ending up at Murphy's Steakhouse in Winchester for lunch. I will lead from Austin to Bastrop; Frank will take in Bastrop.
Group can decide how to proceed back at over lunch. Let's cruise!!!!
Registration for 2017 SCCA® Track Night in America® Driven by Tire Rack events opens Wednesday, March 1 at 8 a.m. Central Time. A schedule of events with specific dates for venues can be viewed at https://www.tracknightinamerica.com/events. The calendar is updated during the season, so be sure to check back for the latest updates.
Track Night in America is a non-competitive, no-stress, entertaining, easy and inexpensive way for nearly anyone who loves cars or motorsports to get on a real racecourse in their own vehicle during weeknights. All that is required is that participants be at least 18 years old with a valid driver’s license and have access to a helmet and street car in good working condition.
The standard price in 2017 will be $150 per event. However, some dates will be offered at a lower cost while others will be slightly more at premium tracks. No previous on-track experience or SCCA membership is required to join in the fun. Drivers participate in the Advanced, Intermediate or KONI Novice Experience group so on-track activities remain fun for all, and everyone gets three 20-minute sessions on course -- as well as feedback from SCCA driver coaches on site. Admission is free for people who just want to stop by and watch the fun, and leisurely circuit parade laps are provided for all Track Night in America guests.
With help from Tire Rack and Mazda, SCCA members who register in March for one of nearly 20 Track Night events planned around the U.S. during April can do so for the low, low price of $50. For only $100, new members signing up in March for April dates get an entry to Track Night in America AND a one-year membership to the SCCA. That’s a savings of over $120 and comes with a subscription to SportsCar® magazine, eligibility for all Club participation licenses, an SCCA car decal, insurance benefits, and discounts on Club merchandise and other products and services.
New this year, the SCCA® is expanding its Starting Line school to now include instruction at select Track Night in America® Driven by Tire Rack events. Track Night in America Starting Line is a performance driving school designed to get participants up to speed on car control techniques, track driving etiquette, and preparation for track events. The program focuses on the experience of having fun with cars and encourages drivers to evolve at their own pace.
At Track Night Starting Line, drivers have a professional instructor in the car with them to practice the foundations of performance driving in a controlled environment before hitting the track. Tom O’Gorman, Track Night Starting Line lead instructor and the 2016 Pirelli World Challenge TCB Class champion, said students can expect one-on-one instruction with a focus on acceleration, braking and cornering techniques applicable to track driving. There will be helpful “Chalk Talks" to discuss performance driving and car control, as well as track driving protocol and concepts. Starting Line instructors are then available to students for an entire Track Night in America Driven by Tire Rack event.
Track Night Starting Line is priced at $325 per entrant and includes coaching, SCCA membership, subscriptions to SportsCar and Grassroots Motorsports magazines, and entry to a Track Night in America Driven by Tire Rack event. An up-to-date calendar can be viewed at the Track Night Starting Line webpage.
More information about SCCA Track Night in America Driven by Tire Rack can be found at www.TrackNightInAmerica.com. Additional press releases can be found at the Track Night in America press page; and FAQ, logo and photos located online at the Track Night in America media kit.
We love Miatas. They love hot rods, Old Spice, and astronomical Texaco gas card bills. BUT, are we really that different? Don't answer that!!!
Instead, sign up for some fun as Tejas has some dinner in South Austin. Then, a few backroads to Cabela's in Buda for check out some serious muscle. The cars I mean.
If your seeing this event, your invited (invatiational)!