Tire Rack Street Survival School is This Weekend!!!

Saturday, November 18th, 2017
Dade County High School

Coaches: Please be on site in time for an 8:00 meeting. Also, please bring a folding chair if you have one as seating will be limited at lunch.

Students: On-site Registration opens at 8:30 and closes at 9:00. Please arrive in time to have your car inspected for safety before registration closes.

We can always use more help with coaches and course setup.

More details here

CRSCCA Monthly Meeting – November

Thursday, November 9
O’Charley’s Restaurant in Hixson
6:30 p.m. for bench racing, meeting about 7:15

Agenda items include:
– Tasks and assignments for our upcoming Street Survival school
– Status of the purchase of a wifi hot spot
– New timing and scoring equipment
– Spring schedule for autocross
– Trophies for end of season awards
– Discussion of a possible charitable autocross event

CRSCCA Monthly Meeting – October

Thursday, October 12
O’Charley’s restaurant in Hixson
Bench racing at 6:30, meeting at 7-ish.

Whoever arrives first, please snag the little room off to the side.

Agenda items include:
– Purchase of new timing and scoring equipment
– Status of van insurance
– Status of “Timing and Scoring for Dummies”
– Status of trophies
– Initial planning for end of year party/awards dinner
– Treasurer’s report
– Initial volunteer assignments for our Nov. 18 Street Survival School
– Any new business

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.