Monticello Motor Club

Patrick Long Wrestles with a GT3 Cup Car at MMC

November 25, 2017

Courtesy of Turnology: Driving a Porsche 911 on the limit is usually a pretty busy process. The driver must manage the odd weight distribution, the heavy steering inputs, and the challenge of managing a light front and a snappy rear. Those are all generalities, and not necessarily true with every 911, but they’re more likely to be seen when a 911 is running on very cold slicks. Patrick Long k...Continue Reading

Something big is happening next door to MMC

November 20, 2017

Courtesy of Hudson Valley News Network: KIAMESHA LAKE–They’re doing a lot of boasting in Sullivan County at the 100-day mark. That is when the Resorts World Catskills Casino is opening for business. As the first of the 2,150 state-of-the-art slot machines were being wheeled in on Monday morning, those behind the $1.2 billion project bragged on what it is and what it will become by the time ...Continue Reading

MMC’s BMW M2 School Is the Ivy League of Driver Training

November 10, 2017

Courtesy of The Drive: What could be better than a BMW M2? Try an M2 with its back seats ripped out, a roll cage and performance mods added in, and a crew of racing pros to instruct you in the ways of speed. The M2 is one of our favorite attainable cars, and likely the best pure driver’s car in BMW’s current portfolio. It’s smaller, more engaging and attainable (at about $55,000 to star...Continue Reading

Bugatti goes for a spin on MMC’s track

November 8, 2017

Courtesy of Forbes: Not long after Bugatti's new Chiron set an official world record for the quickest time for a production car to accelerate to 400 kph and then brake back to a dead stop (41.96 seconds), another supercar set another world record, one that Bugatti had held for years. On an 11-mile stretch of straight public road near Las Vegas, NV, the Koenigsegg Agera RS averaged 277.9 mph for...Continue Reading

Polaris RZR Drifts Entire Karting Track With Precision

November 6, 2017

Courtesy of The Drive: Side-by-side vehicles like the Polaris RZR are fun four-wheelers used mostly for off-roading through wooded trails and generally having a good time away from the pavement. This Polaris RZR, as you're about to see, is a little different. Someone at the Monticello Motor Club thought it would be a good idea to fit a set of street tires on one of its two-seat, short-wheelbase...Continue Reading

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