Sprint for the Checker!

Final Autocross of our 2017 Season is Sunday!

Registration for Autocross Event No. 4 closes at 2:00 Eastern time on Saturday, so save yourself five bucks and preregister. If you miss early registration, come on out anyway; it is forecast to be a beautiful day! Please note: We will commence doing sound checks at this event; 100 dB limit as per SCCA National Rules!

Our 2017 Awards Dinner and Holiday Party will be Thursday, December 7th at O’Charley’s in Hixson. Everybody is invited! There will be autocross class champion awards, a worker of the year award, and the Harvey Templeton road race award. No registration necessary!

2017 Season Autocross Points Updated

CRSCCA Events

Street Survival: Wow. What a great Street Survival school. Thanks to all the coaches. Special thanks to Gerald Street for doing the classroom work, and Scott Dobler for handling the course layouts. The students were great.

Pics from TRSS Saturday at Dade County HS are on the CRSCCA Facebook page. Again, thanks to all the coaches. The student evaluations were fantastic. The skid pad with cracked corn really worked well, we’ll probably do that again in the future. Hoping we can have another SS school in the spring. -Beth Cox, CRSCCA RE

Autocross:

Results from Autocross Event No. 3 are now posted!

Registration for Autocross Event No. 4 is now open!

Season points will be updated soon…

Autocross Update

Results from Autocross Event No. 1 are now posted!

Registration for Autocross Event No. 2 is now open!

From Beth Cox, R.E.

All I can say is THANKS to everyone who helped with the Sept. 17 autocross event. The weather was perfect, we had a boatload of novices, got a few new members, had a great turnout and a great track layout, and as far as I know most folks had a bang-up time. Next event is Oct. 29 and we’ll get reg info up on motorsportsreg dot com soon.

This event was the first of the fall season, and yes, we are keeping score as there will be an awards party/dinner at the end of the season. Special thanks to Ray Soldano for posting the wonderful pictures. Any suggestions for making things run more smoothly are welcome, as always.