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MRR IV
Submitted by Dan Mazzella on Tuesday, May 4, 2004 - 10:48am

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August 22, 2004 - 10:00am
Since its inception, the MRR has grown to be the premier Midwestern event for rotary-powered auto enthusiasts. We are a rotary-community-based event run by an alliance of Midwestern clubs, by the people for the people. This is a rare opportunity to get together with your fellow rotary enthusiasts to enjoy the commaraderie and the obsession that we all have with Dr. Wankel's wonderful creation. This year, our fourth, will include the usual sense of community, Technical Sessions (some of which are hands-on and you can do them on your car), concours showing, track touring for those interested, awarding of prizes and raffle drawings, and a whole lot of race spectating.

MRR 2004 is being held in conjunction with the Star Mazda Series, which features 13B rotary-powered cars, American LeMans Series, which featured Downing's 4-rotor LeMans car last year, and Speed World Challenge, featuring Mazda Proteges, all at America's finest road racing course, Road America.

Let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for the MRR, if your club would like to coordinate the MRR with us, or if you would like additional sponsorship information. Click on the links above to learn more details on the MRR.

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