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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Our next event:

DIY Belt-A-Thon!
Have you done your timing belt yet? Most Audi engines before 2009 had a timing belt and they recommend it be replaced every 60k-90k miles, depending on the model. Don’t ignore this important maintenance because if that belt breaks or associated component fails, it could cost you thousands for a new engine!

Each year the belt-a-thon fills up quickly and is a great opportunity for an ACNA member to save upwards of $1,000 on their timing belt service. Audi recommends different intervals for each model engine, so check your owners manual. If your mechanically inclined and have decent tools, bring them to do your timing belt in the surroundings of a shop with special tools, local knowledge and years of experience to lean on.

Last month’s events:

German Car Day
Each year, German Car Day coincides with Father’s Day. This unique show brings together over 140 cars and over 1800 spectators representing various German marques, including Audis, BMWs, Mercedes, Opels, Porsches and others. Is there a better way to spend Father’s Day than looking at cars? It was hosted once again at Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, MA.

Climb to the Clouds

Climb to the Clouds returned once again for 2014! Organized and sanctioned by the Sports Car Club of New Hampshire, the 2014 Subaru Mt. Washington Hillclimb will be a 3-day motorsports festival including a 80-car competition field filled with some of the best drivers from around North America and the world as well as a contingent of rare vintage race cars. Also known as the “Climb to the Clouds”, the Mt. Washington Hillclimb is one of America’s oldest motorsports events