Audi Club Southern California continues the fun with a late fall track event at Buttonwillow Raceway November 22nd, 23rd, and 24th…a weekend! If you have never attended a track event, this would be the perfect time to see what the excitement is all about!  It’s a safe, controlled environment that allows you to experience the performance aspects of your Audi. Don’t have an Audi, but still want to come out? No problem! This event is open to all makes and drivers who want to learn more about the car they drive.
Quattrofest has been Audi Club Northwest's signature event at Portland International Raceway for many years. The track has two miles of asphalt for everyone to enjoy. It features twelve turns that will include the famous "Festival Curves" for this event. Event sponsered by Sunset Audi.
Event Description:Don't despair when Autumn is in the air. Celebrate in the traditional German way - OktoberFAST is back again this year. Yes, that's right - it's your chance to head out to High Plains Raceway for the last Porsche club high performance driving event of 2013.
THE 10th Annual MYSTERY RALLY IS BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER – with a special treat!This popular driving event is one that you don’t want to miss.
Audi Club Rocky Mountain and Prestige Imports Audi Dealership in Lakewood, Colorado, is having a tech session on the cool SQ5 and power plants for the Q5 2014.Come and join the fun and meet other members, learn about the quality of engineering of this beautiful SUV.There will be food and beverages available to ACNA members and guests along with a drawing for some prizes.When: Saturday October 12, 2013
The Gold Country Drive is set for Saturday, September 28th, beginning at 8:30AM and finishing at about 2:00 pm. The drive will start in Sacramento, where we will enjoy a Coffee and Cars welcome hosted by Niello Audi. We will then head out into the Gold Country with our destination being the town of Murphys.
Join us, Saturday, September 21st, at the Wooley Mammoth Lot, the one by the gas station on the Northwest corner of I-70 and Morrison Road, for a fun run up to Vail Lionshead for the Concours d’Non Elegance.Meet us at 8:00 am and we will take the short route to Vail to see the cars that finished the Colorado Grand (http://www.co1000.com/)  – the 1000 mile tour through the Rockies by vintage sports cars from before 1961 (Grand Route Book pdf). 
This year’s road to Julian presents a repeat of prior year's route, ending at a relaxing buffet lunch at the Pine Hills Lodge in the mountains just outside of Julian. The altimeter will read 4500 feet when we stop for lunch at Pine Hills Lodge.But WOW…. getting there we’ll get even higher. We’ll taste Rainbow, Rice and Couser Canyons and that’s just a warm-up. Suddenly there’s Lilac Road, and then we’ll climb S6 almost to Mt. Palomar, and sail down S7 with breathtaking views of Lake Henshaw.