Wisconsin Chapter of the Audi Club of North America
 

Greetings Audi Enthusiasts!

We are the Wisconsin chapter of the Audi Club of North America.  We hope to see you at one of our Wisconsin events.  Some of the events are still in the planning stage, so be sure to check this website regularly for updates!

We're planning our 2016 Audi Club of Wisconsin events.  We already have our driver schools/safety seminar dates locked in this year.  Teen car clinics are being planned in LaCrosse.  Check back in a few weeks for more information.

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Spring 2016 Teen Car Control Clinics




 

 


Spring 2016 Teen Car Control Clinics
La Crosse, WI  April 30 and May 1
Contact Erica Kane for details.

 

ACW Spring Lunch - Friday's

ACW Spring Lunch at Friday's
Miller Park
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Details...


ACW Teen Car Control Clinic

ACW Teen Car Control Clinic

State Fair Park, West Allis
Saturday, May 21
Register today!
 

Breakfast on the Farm
Burlington, WI
Saturday, June 18
Details

 

Road America Driver School & Safety Seminar









ACW Drivers School and Safety Seminar
Road America - Elkhart Lake, WI

August 14-16, 2016
Details coming this spring.
 

More ACW 2016 Events

CLUB BUSINESS


We invite all Club members to come to our Chapter meetings. 

Next meeting
Thursday, April 21, 2016

Time:
6:30 - 8:00 pm

Place:
Audi North Shore

4400 W Brown Deer Rd
Brown Deer, WI 53223
(414) 355-4400

WHY BECOME A MEMBER?


Join Audi Club North America and you are automatically a member of your regional club – the Audi Club of Wisconsin

The result:  benefits from both clubs!

Learn about the benefits...


ACW EVENTS iN 2016

 

ACW 2016 Safety and Drivers School

HOLD THE DATE!

 

 

 

 

 

ACW Driver’s School at Road America:
Sunday August 14th – Tuesday August 16th, 2016

Our annual Driver’s School at Road America will be in August 2016.  Road America has confirmed these dates.

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