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Member Accounts: Please note that an account on this site does NOT constitute membership in the Audi Club on North America (ACNA). In order to have full ACNA membership and privileges, you must join ACNA.

Chapter events are actively planned and added throughout the year, so please check back for updates!  Annual events held at Summit Point, Dominion Raceway, and Virginia International Raceway, the Spring and Fall Fun Runs, monthly "Happy Hour" GTGs, social events at Audi of America HQ, and more will be added as they are finalized.

News Posts

Fall Dominion Raceway HPDE and Social events!

Our planning team has kept in touch with other organizations running events at Dominion Raceway and have a visit planned in early August to check on the facilities, but things are looking good for our inaugural fall event sponsored by New German Performance and Criswell Audi on September 17-18!!
Registration is open, so sign-up and experience this new track!  Check the event listing for more information.
Not interested in running the track this time, but still want to check it out and/or socialize with other enthusiasts?  How about the social drive that will end at Dominion with a night of food and race spectating of the NASCAR Whelen series?

Posted by Marc Nguyen on July 23, 2016 at 12:30pm

HPDC and HPDE Events

Don't forget to check our Events page as registration is open for our annual HPDC event at Summit Point, our HPDE events at VIR plus two HPDE events at the new Dominion Raceway. 

  • March 26: High Performance Driving and Car Control Clinic at Summit Point
  • April 11-12: Advanced/Solo HPDE at Virginia International Raceway (Full Course)
  • May 14-15: HDPE at Dominion Raceway
  • September 17-18: HPDE at Dominon Raceway
  • November 5-6: HPDE at Virginia International Raceway (Full Course)

There are also our regular monthly social events and "fun" drives to check out too!

Posted by Marc Nguyen on March 15, 2016 at 9:38pm

Thank You PCC Audi Club Members - Season Message

As the driving season comes to a close, I’d like to personally thank each and every one of you for making this past year wonderful and exciting for the Potomac Chesapeake Chapter of Audi Club North America. We grew not only in number but in becoming more of a community and for that you all deserve a round of applause and a pat on the back. Without you, none of our events and newly formed friendships would be possible. Again, Thank You!

Due to the upcoming holiday season, Potomac Chesapeake Chapter will take a short break from our monthly socials and begin them again in February. We are also working on events during the winter months with some of our various Sponsors so you can avoid cabin fever.

In the coming week, I will send out an email requesting volunteers for different positions and needs the chapter has for 2016. Please consider volunteering so we can further build our community and bring even more events to you.

Lastly, I do plan to visit dealerships in your local area during the winter months (who knows, I might get to put Quattro to good use in doing so) to include Charleston and Clarksburg, WV; Charlottesville, Richmond, Roanoke, and Virginia Beach, VA. Once I have a set schedule determined I will notify members near these venues of the dates so we can organize a social for all of you to attend and get to know fellow club members in your local area.

All My Best,

Christine

President, Potomac Chesapeake Chapter

Posted by Marc Nguyen on November 18, 2015 at 9:39pm

POSTPONED: High Performance Driving & Car Control Clinic

Due to the inclement and potentially damaging weather, our High Performance Driving & Car Control Clinic scheduled for this coming Saturday, Oct 3 has been POSTPONED to Sunday, October 18. 

Registration will remain OPEN for a while longer due to the date change.  If you are already registered and cannot attend on the 18th, please email our event master Michael.

Posted by Marc Nguyen on October 1, 2015 at 4:00pm

ACNA Member Exclusive: Follow-up to Open House at Audi of America HQ

Here is another article and a lot more pictures from the Audi Club member exclusive event at Audi of America Headquarters on July 25th.

Click here for the article on the Audi Club of North America National website and here for pictures

If you aren't a member of ACNA and don't want to miss out on the next exclusive event, you can join online HERE.

Posted by Marc Nguyen on August 14, 2015 at 5:00pm

2016 A3 Sportback e-tron1 Driving Experience coming to D.C.

If you are 25 or older, be one of the first to drive the new, 2016 A3 Sportback e-tron®1, Audi's revolutionary plug-in hybrid.  The A3 Sportback e-tron®1 Driving Experience will be in Washington D.C. on Saturday and Sunday, August 29-30, and other cities in the U.S. from August to early October.

For more info and to get the opportunity to drive one, REGISTER HERE

Posted by Marc Nguyen on August 10, 2015 at 11:00pm

ACNA Member Exclusive: Open House at Audi of America HQ

This past Saturday, July 25th, Audi of America HQ held a special "Open House" event inviting only Audi Club of North America members.  Attendees had the opportunity to meet AoA product planners and get a behind the scenes look at the new TT, Q7 and A3 e-tron along with other special edition models.  More pictures from the event will be posted in the Gallery section of the website soon, but here's a sample of the event from our friend's at Fourtitude

If you missed out on this because you are not a member of ACNA, you can join online HERE.

Posted by Marc Nguyen on July 28, 2015 at 8:21pm

ACNA Member Exclusive Event at the Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum

The PCC-ACNA team is proud to offer at private tour of the Smithsonian Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center on Thursday, July 30th.  This event is free and only open to Audi Club North America (ACNA) members.  Space is limited, so for more information including how to register, check out the Event Listing.

Posted by Marc Nguyen on June 30, 2015 at 3:00pm

 
 
 

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