The Glacier Lakes Quattro Club is part of the Audi Club North America. Our chapter provides members with the opportunity to share their knowledge with each other at driver schools, teen clinics, social gatherings and more. Follow the links below to review our upcoming and past events, browse photos and learn more about our club.
Go to our events page, read about the event and sign up for the Social before it is too late!
We hope to see as many of our members at the event as we can!
Posted by Ron Woods on December 2, 2013 at 10:30am
The 2013 Fall Fun Drive was quite a social event. We had 26 enthusiasts in 18 vehicles show up at the Point Douglass rest area near Prescott, WI for the trip down to Elmer's Auto and Toy Museum in Fountain City WI.
Shortly after 8:30 we embarked on our journey, heading across the river to catch up with WI-35, the Great River Road, Had we been spending a weekend of this, we would have stopped at many of the 'hidden eats' along the way and we would have meandered off of WI-35 for more 'hidden eats'.
The drive south towards Fountain City, WI was a beautiful drive. Winding sections of highway interspersed with small town USA with names like Diamond Bluff, Hager City, Bay City, Maiden Rock, Stockholm, and Pepin. We drove by beautiful Lake Pepin, the birthplace of water skiing. As we arrived in Fountain City, Elmer's had signs
posted indicating the directions to the museum.
A quick drive off WI-35 and we arrived at Elmer's. Elmer's has been visited by…Continue
Posted by Marianne Goren on November 8, 2013 at 11:30am
Mother Nature threw down a challenge for drivers at the October 5th ACGL lapping day. Mist, drizzle, and gusty winds added up to a very technical day on BIR's Competition Course. The low-traction conditions highlighted how the quattro system really shines! In spite of the rough conditions, no major incidents ensued, and it was a great learning opportunity. (At least it didn't snow!)
During the first half of the day, Senior ACGL instructors were on the scene to train a new crop of instructors for the club. Instructor candidates received classroom training and also did role playing exercises on the track, with the senior instructors playing the role of novice and intermediate students. Congratulations to these new instructors!
Posted by Anita T. on October 6, 2013 at 9:42am