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  1. Coming this Fall we are adding a second site to our mix. There is a large freshly Paved Parking Lot at the Kino Sports Complex. We have secured the following dates: 10/23/22 11/20/22 12/18/22 and are working to continue with additional dates in 2023 as well! So for those of you missing a large open parking lot we have you covered again! This site is costing the club a fair amount more than Musselman, so please help get the word out and come check out our new venue this Fall.
  2. If the course is actively wet we would not run for the reasons mentioned (if just spots are wet we may evaluate those specific regions.) Right now it looks like the rain chances do not pick up till after lunch, and even those are <50% so if we can get some extra help setting up, and move quickly between run groups we can do out best to get the full event in. (that and I always take Arizona rain chances with a grain of salt...) I would also think there is a good chance that if there was a passing shower that the course could dry off quickly.
  3. Each run group gets 4 runs. So you can get a maximum of 8 if you select "time only" runs to add 4 more fun runs after the 4 "competition" runs.
  4. Registration for the June 26th event is now open: https://registration.azbrscca.org/index.html Registration closes Friday 6/22 at 7 pm. NOTE: we are on the Summer start time now to avoid some of the heat Site Open 7:30am Registration & Tech Open 7:30 am Registration Closes 9:00am Tech Closes 9:15 am Novice Walk 9:15am Mandatory Site Meeting ~9:30am (as soon as Novice Walk Finishes) If you are planning on being in any of the "Active" areas of the track during the event and are not an SCCA member, please make sure to ask about a weekend membership at the gate when you sign in. These are FREE to non-drivers (IE passengers, volunteers working course, or others who want to be in paddock supporting a driver)
  5. No limits on registration so you should be good to register all the way till the Friday before at 7 PM As a general note we would much rather a person register and not show up than to not register and show up and have to fit them in. If you are in this camp e-mail registration -at- azbrscca.org and lets us know that you can't attend.
  6. Yes the path from Rita should be good. If you have not been down Houghton lately, they are turning it into 2 lanes each with a median, so they are doing big construction over there.
  7. I have heard an unconfirmed rumor that Dawn Rd is currently closed due to the construction, and Brekke may now be open, if heading in from the north you may want to take Brekke in if it is open to avoid having to turn around.
  8. Registration for the May 22nd event is now open: https://registration.azbrscca.org/index.html Registration closes Friday 5/20 at 7 pm. NOTE: we are on the Summer start time now to avoid some of the heat (AZBRSCCA.org is being updated to reflect this) Site Open 7:30am Registration & Tech Open 7:30 am Registration Closes 9:00am Tech Closes 9:15 am Novice Walk 9:15am Mandatory Site Meeting ~9:30am (as soon as Novice Walk Finishes)
  9. Training will start at 9am on 5/14 (Sat) please plan to arrive a little early. Training should last till ~2. Location will be at Rob's house (~ Catalina Highway and Snyder). If you need the exact address please send me a private message and i will sent it.
  10. We are hosting a Solo Safety Steward (SSS) training session May 14th. Location is TBD in Tucson (pending how many are interested), and will be taught by Gene Sanders Training is open to everyone and free of charge (You do not need to be an experienced driver to attend) What is SSS: - You are the eyes and ears for the SCCA at local events to make sure they are run safely. Why take the training: - SSS is a certification from the national SCCA office that will show up on your liscence - The club needs trained individuals to be able to hold an event, if there are no SSS' for an event, it cannot be held - It provides a new way to look at the way events are run and why courses are designed the way they are for safety - When selected for an event this counts as your work assignment (we always have 2 SSS to both can drive like normal at the event If you are interested in attending, or have questions please reply here, or send me a message so we can get a feel for total number of attendees.
  11. Registration for the April 24th event is now open: https://registration.azbrscca.org/index.html Registration closes Friday 4/22 at 7 pm. Site Open 8:30am Registration & Tech Open 8:45am Registration Closes 9:30am Tech Closes 9:45am Novice Walk 9:30am Mandatory Site Meeting 10:00am (as soon as Novice Walk Finishes)
  12. Registration for the February 27th event is now open: https://registration.azbrscca.org/index.html Registration closes Friday 2/25 at 7 pm - Enhanced COVID protocols will remain in effect for February o Mask required except when driving o No loaner helmets available o Maintain Social Distancing o Sharing of cars ok if both participants agree, but recommend minimizing additional contact/car sharing where possible o Guest OK (please keep distance from other participants) o Novices OK - Reminder of the updated Event start time: o Gates open at 8:30 am o Novice walk at 9:45 am o Mandatory Site meeting at 10 am (as soon as novice walk concludes)
  13. Our calendar is firming up for the middle of 2022 at the Musseman Honda Track. Can't wait to see you out there, Chuck has some great new courses drawn up already! March 27th, 2022 - Sunday April 24, 2022 – Sunday May 22, 2022 – Sunday June 26, 2022 – Sunday July 24, 2022 - Sunday August 21, 2022 - Sunday September 25, 2022 – Sunday
  14. Sounds like you have a fun new car. You can e-mail chieftech -at- azbrscca.org But honesty the tech we do is really general safety to put a final visual on the car before going on track. Ultimately the safety of the car is your responsibility Does the brake pedal have good feel, are the wheels/hubs tight (can you grab the pull/shove the wheel and feel any play), same with the steering wheel, does the steering feel tight, is your battery secure (this one gets a lot of people, it should not move when pulled on), If the battery is in the trunk it needs to have a positive post cover, are there any loose items inside the cabin, Are there unsecured floormats, is there at least a lap seatbelt, and is it in good condition, are fluids contained in proper canisters (will anything spill out while cornering). Are there any fluids leaking Do you have snell 2010 or newer helmet Are there any cords showing on the tires windsheild cracks Read thru the SCCA rules as well if you have not: https://www.scca.com/downloads/53335-2021-scca-solo-rule-book/download
  15. Scroll down to Musselman on our website: https://www.azbrscca.org/autocross/details.html
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