The North Atlantic Audi Club (NAAC), a chapter of Audi Club North America, develops, promotes, and hosts a variety of educational, cultural, and sporting events of particular interest to the Audi owner community residing in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island
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Welcome to the North Atlantic Audi Club

Upcoming Events

Technical Event at Audi Shrewsbury

Saturday November 15, 2014

Please join the North Atlantic Audi Club for a dealership tour and technical presentation graciously hosted by Audi Shrewsbury at their expanded dealership in Shrewsbury, Mass.

 

2015 Board of Directors Election

We’re looking for a few talented and conscientious volunteer board members to lead and strengthen our programs for people with Audi’s and Associate members who enjoy the Audi club as well. If you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership one evening a month, and are interested in exploring this opportunity, call Mike Collier at (603) 930-6192 to find out whether this volunteer opportunity is right for you. We’re especially looking for folks who enjoy their Audi’s, want to give back to the club, have idea’s on what activities the club should promote, what type of education members would want.

If you have any of these traits, then we are looking for you

2015 NAAC Director Nomination Form

 

2015 Winter Driving School 1 & 2

WDS 1 – Saturday & Sunday January 24-25 2015
WDS 2 – Saturday & Sunday February 21-22 2015


Join us in our 17th year of providing winter driving schools, hosted by the Team O’Neil Rally School and Car Control Center in Dalton, NH.

Our two-day school begins with a classroom session, in which we will cover the basic principles of driving on snow and ice –types of skids and how to correct for them, winter car preparation (such as why snow tires are a good idea, even on a modern all-wheel-drive car), and so on. You will then drive your vehicle to the Rally School site, where we continue through a day and a half of exercises such as a slalom, a skid pad, and a road course (all under instructors’ expert tutelage) in which these principles are put into practice:

  • The skid pad teaches the difference between understeer and oversteer (and is a lot of fun!), while
  • The slalom teaches the importance of looking ahead, weight transfer, and the proper amount of steering input.
  • Combining the two into a challenging road course puts everything together and includes a variety of turns and a “lane toss” where a devious instructor directs the student to switch into one of two lanes and stop the car, all in distances that look difficult if not impossible (but believe us, with practice it is possible).

The school wraps up with a fun ‘time trial’ that connects the skidpad and exercise areas where the goal is consistency through several runs.

You do not need to own an Audi to attend – we’ve had all types of vehicles from Prius to Pick-up trucks – and this is a low-speed event.

Go HERE for more info