The acquisition of new SCCA-branded cones aided fifty-two participants in taking on another challenging Nathan Gordon designed Course today at Hunt Stagefield. Additionally, Mother Nature opted to give us a mix of sunshine, wind, rain, drizzle, and overcast conditions. The combination of all those things made for an exhilarating driving experience that resulted in over three-hundred recorded timed runs amongst all entries. Thanks to the Leadership and Event Operations Crew at Wiregrass Region for making this site a go-to destination in the Southeast!

Arty

We've had a handful of cancelled events this past year.  I know it's frustrating as an attendee, but it's worse for us as officers.  We do quite a bit of work in the background just to get the chance to step out on the concrete pad.

  • 2 weeks out we submit a sanction request to our SCCA home office.  We usually get our sanction the week preceding the event. 

  • About the same time our MSR registration opens.  We watch this as it gives us an idea of the numbers to expect on site.  This will help us determine what kind of course we'll design/use. 

  • A week out we request site access.  We usually know

Thanks to everyone for coming out and enjoying a beautiful day hitting cones.  We had a slow start, but thanks to everyone for chipping in and helping.

Romesh and Nathan fought over FTD all day.  It was the SP showdown we never even knew we needed.  Some old members visited too

Thank you to our service members both present and past. 

Rodney

Due to the unforeseen chaos of Hurricane Michael, we are going to cancel our October event.  We have numerous members without power and displaced from their homes.  We also don't know the condition of roadways between you and us.  I'd rather us all stay safe.  We hope you and your family are all safe and well.  Stuff can be replaced, but people cannot.  

Rodney