The Arizona Chapter is one of the fastest growing chapters in the US, you can experience at least one event per month ranging from social mixers to HPDE events and everything in between. Our goal is to use our cars, make life long friendships and have a lot of fun! If you are a visitor passing through our state then be sure to join us while you’re in town. If you live here, then we invite you to join a great club with great people all who love AUDI. Heighten Every Moment… S
Our chapter represents Audi Club members in northern California, northern Nevada, and Hawaii. Our chapter sports panoply of events throughout the year. Driving skills events, held at world class race tracks such as Laguna Seca, and Infineon/Sears Point, race viewing from special Audi club areas, driving tours, road rally, and contours events. The Chapter gives back to the community with our yearly Teen Driver Safety Clinic, and assists with the Best Buddies Challenge. Our active Chapter strives to provide our members with a wide variety of activities throughout the year in order fully enjoy our Audis and the friendship of their owners. Check out our website for Chapter news and event updates.
Audi Club Northwest (ACNW) serves members in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Participants are welcomed to our events from all of the surrounding states and Canadian provinces. ACNW is one of the oldest and largest Chapters in ACNA.
ACNW holds driving and social events throughout the year for our members. Calendar highlights include learning events like the University of Quattro at Monroe in February, Matt Ammon Memorial Driving School (MAMDS) and Teen Driver Clinic at Bremerton in May, and QuattroCross at Monroe in June. There are driving skill development events spaced all through the year such as Son of Quattrofest at The Ridge Motorsports Park in March, Verloren Gehen (get lost) at Oregon Raceway Park in April, Geschwindigkeit (speed) at Pacific Raceways in July, and Strassenlage (handling) at The Ridge Motorsports Park in August. Our big celebration of the Audi brand is Quattrofest at Portland in November, which has a full driving school, teen driver clinic, lapping days and banquet to close out the driving season.
Social events are very important too, such as the Maryhill Loops Road Tour and Wine Tasting in Southeast Washington in September that has sold out each year, an Audi Corral at the Northwest Historics every July, a number of interesting regional driving tours all through the year, numerous gatherings, and the Holiday Parties in December.
ACNW participates in the community, conducts a year-long contribution program for Children's Hospital, and helps members understand and enjoy their cars. But most important, we all have fun together at driving events, car corrals, picnics, and gatherings!
Please visit our website for detailed Chapter information and event details.
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Audi Club of North America represents members from Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, and Wyoming. We hold several driving events each year: ice driving for teens and adults at Georgetown CO, teen car control clinics, an annual two-day mystery rally, and fun runs throughout the beautiful Rocky Mountain West. We sponsor car care and new product automotive technical sessions at local dealerships and tuning shops, numerous social events, and Audi racing enthusiast spectator events.
The Southern California Chapter of ACNA covers southern California and the Southern half of Nevada (Pioneer and Las Vegas Territories). The nearly 800 chapter members have access to ACNA Driving Schools at Spring Mountain Motorsports Park (Parhump, NV), Laguna Seca (Monterey, CA), Sears Point (Sonoma, CA) and dozens of track and autocross events in Southern California. In addition, the chapter has literally dozens of drives, tech and social events throughout the year. Drives to central wine country, Julian (San Diego County) and our annual MOAD (Mother-of-all-Drives) are just a few of our notable drives.