So I am going to do the best I can to summarize our two days in Utah. The Ken Block facility was pretty fun, but it really seemed a bit gimmicky to me. I will say however, the vehicles they had on display within the garage were simply awesome. One was a WRC/GRC car with some serious side damage (I am betting it has been retired) and the other a Gymkhana car from Gymkhana 4. The F-150 was pretty cool, but not my cup of tea.
Miller was by far and away the best part of the trip. The facility is huge, clean, and everyone very well organized. The education, morning drills, and museum were great. The instructors definitely knew their craft, gave me several good points as to how I could better my car control and lines on the West track, and also gave many practical pieces of advice to the group.
The AutoX course was surprisingly smooth for me, I ended up being first in our group by nearly 2 seconds (with the +4 for getting the FoST into the box, my time was 45.9 seconds). The West track was a revelation. If you can, get into one of the white FoSTs mine had upgraded suspension and engine tuning. I was able to get her up to about 105... the instructors were well above that.
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