Thank you folks for another great event.  The weather attempted to slow us down, but we learned that we are not weathermen.  The new format worked extremely well also.  I think if it was a hot and miserable day being done shortly after 1:30 would not have been too bad. 

Jesse stole the RAW time with a run 5 blitz.  Wes took PAX after a session long battle.  This course was a thinker.  Doing it right didn't feel right until the back 3rd.

Thank you for being good stewards of the site.  Join us later in the month for our monthly meeting.  We are actually going to have one this time.  The format for our July event hasn't been decided yet, but we'll let you know something when we do.  I hope you managed to stay dry and have a good month.

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Rodney

May 2017

Thanks for another great event. It was a little toasty in the afternoon, but we blasted through the event and had almost an hour of fun runs. This course had some technical parts that made it difficult to master the course as a whole.

Nate took top PAX and Jerry took top RAW times for the day. I think we can all say the first left and the right after the slalom were tough to conquer. The S2000 squad ruled the 30's.

Keep in mind future spectators will need to fill out a weekend membership waiver to be allowed on course. We will run two different arm band colors from this point forward to aid in this. I need your help with anyone you may invite on site. We will run a modified format in June and July due to the heat. Stay tuned for more details and thanks for all you do. 

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Rodney 

Jeffrey West STU #27 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Use those wings!

April 2017

A wonderful April day saw the 4th Wiregrass SCCA event of the year. Three events attended by ATLien Matt Glagola in the small, mean SSM Elise, and three FTD’s and Top PAX’s on the Wiregrass concrete. He’s on fire.  In overall times, he was followed by Wes Hughson and myself (Jesse Waymire) both driving the POS2000.  For PAX times, 2nd was Mark Canekeratne the new SS Canekeratnemobile (2017 Z06) and Nathan Gordon taking the final podium PAX position in his STR S2000.

While practice is always better, there is nothing wrong with reading up on the subject.  One of our very own autocrossers, Vivek, not only can wrangle a car with the best of them but he also writes.  He has written some good articles on the how and why of fine cone crushing.  Everyone should take a peek and check it out. http://www.beyondseattime.com/  It’s a good all-around read concerning how to drive an event. 

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Rodney

Thanks to the folks that braved the morning rain and cold weather to run another unique event.  We ran 5 runs in the morning and the afternoon was a test and tune.  Everyone rolled with the punches and it was a really neat event. 

FTD was taken by the Jesse and Mark took PAX.  A number of people were trying to dial their cars in for the Dixie Tour next weekend.  I wish them all the best of luck and I hope everyone has a wonderful time. 

Don't forget about the price change for non-members.  We will be sharing some information regarding passengers and spectators on site.  Join us online for our monthly meeting later this month.  Thanks again.


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Rodney
 
POS2000, 48.8