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...which was actually in Alameda across the bay, so the San Francisco skyline is visible. I didn't do the competitive driving (the line went on forever) or the test drives (there was no wait to try an MPV one, and a very long one for the RX-8.)

But the Go-Karts were fun, it was entertaining to see lots and lots of 3s careening around the track, and I bought a Rev It Up T-shirt with a picture of my 3 5-door on the back. The parking lots was full of interesting cars, and it was the first time I've seen another 3 hatchback besides mine in the real world (although perhaps a Mazda event shouldn't count).

Oh, they handed out $250 off coupons--wish I'd had one when I bought my car six weeks ago...

 

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coupons?

Arrrggh! Wish I knew about the coupon thing...would have held off buying my 3 - Just one week ago too!

I had read that the event cost something like $50 - which seemed pricey; but the coupon would more than offset it, and I definitely would have went had I but known.

Can't image how bad I'll feel in 6 months when Mazda starts handing out $1500 rebates...

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The competitive driving sessions wer $40...and the Go-Karts were fifteen bucks. But the rest of the event was free, and you qualified for the coupon (which is transferrable, btw) just for showing up.

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That's REALLY cool! more pics!!
 
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