• Chapter Programs


      The National Capital Chapter hosts a wide variety of events and provides a number of services for our members. Please refer to the following list for detailed information regarding our programs:

      Autocross -- a low-speed, competitive driving series, held on courses marked by cones in parking lots. Information regarding our autocross series, including results of past events, is available.

      Club Race School

      Club Store -- club merchandise for sale. Show your pride in the National Capital Chapter!

      Concours
      -- a "clean-car contest" and car show, where your car is judged by its condition, appearance, and cleanliness. Many events offer several judging classes, from full concours, where the entire car is examined, to "top only," where only the exterior is judged.

      der Bayerische Magazine -- our bimonthly newsletter. Submit a classified ad via email, view classified ads submitted via the Web, or find links to our der Bayerische advertisers.

      Do-It-Yourself (DIY) program allows NCC Members to work on their own automobiles under the supervision of a mechanic. The DIY is intended for maintenance and basic repairs that you can complete within a three-hour time period. There are usually several NCC members and technicians provided by the sponsor who can assist when an extra pair of hands or advice is needed and we are happy to show newcomers the joys of working on your own car.

      Drivers' Programs
      -- our driver education programs, held on race tracks, that emphasize the acquisition of car-control skills. Extensive on-line documentation, including our school application form, is available.

      Karting

      Membership -- information for members and applications for BMW CCA and NCC membership.

      M Club Day

      Rally -- contests requiring you to follow written instructions that dictate speeds, at or below posted speed limits, on a route that passes checkpoints at precise locations and times. Rallies require at least two people per car: a driver and a navigator.

      Social
      -- informal get-togethers in the Baltimore and Washington areas.

      Technical -- information on technical aspects of your BMW, plus descriptions of our tech session events.

      Street Survival


      Tours -- organized drives through the countryside to places of interest

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