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  1. I'll further add that I have never denied a refund request. Weather, mechanical, emotional, astrological, whatever.
  2. Website now reflects the correct times. Please double check the times. They are new summer start times for 2022.
  3. Used tires. Date code 1421 (April of last year). I bought these middle of last year and used them for the ProSolo finale, Solo nats, and a couple Marana events. 4/32nds remaining. When not mounted to the car for competition, they've been stored in immaculate conditions - sealed bags, indoors in a climate controlled room. Not used for daily driving. Nothing wrong with them, just wanted a full tread tire mounted for Fontana. They still make excellent grip, but I don't have any spare wheels and my tire storage is starting to overflow. My loss is your gain. $200 for the set. Please email me (remove the + signs): m+reys+ser+@+gmail.com.
  4. I've always used K&B Auto Glass, on recommendation from this forum many years ago. The Celica was cheap, like $110. The FRS was pricey, like $450. However, the windshield is part of the car's safety system - you want to make sure you have strong, OEM quality glass, and you want the installer to take their time and do the job right. K&B gets top marks on both of those, and to me that's more important than price. I've probably had 3-4 windshields done by them at this point.
  5. Please double check the pax factors! https://www.azbrscca.org/autocross/pax.html Unfortunately this is a 100% manual process. Human error almost guaranteed. I was able to register myself so hopefully it works for the rest of you. 🙂
  6. Oops. Pretty sure that's because the 2022 classes/pax factors weren't uploaded to the DB yet. I've closed registration for now while I work on the problem. Registration will now open Saturday 1/8 at 7pm. I apologize for the mistake.
  7. Hi everyone, our December 12th event is confirmed for Marana. Also, we've decided to bring back our end of year party, which we'll hold right after the event. I don't have final details on this, but it will probably be at Boston's. The club will pay for your food and any non-alcoholic drinks. See you all there!
  8. Hi Tom, I just went in and corrected the event date to November 20. 🙂
  9. I'm going to leave it as Monday. It's kind of a rug pull for anyone who saw it was delayed to Monday, and then takes the weekend off from the forums. We're sorry for the inconvenience, but as you can see confirming the dates is getting harder as construction ramps up. We have been super fortunate to put in most of a year at this site but we really can't promise anything more than the next event. I hope people don't miss out.
  10. I had previously delayed the open of registration; in order to avoid additional churn or rug pulls, I am not going to pull it back forward. Registration opens Monday November 8 at 7pm. Thanks for your patience, hope to see you all out there!
  11. I feel old. I remember when we crammed 240 entries through Skidpad 4.
  12. Sorry everyone. We're still trying to get the airport but we don't have confirmation yet. To buy more time, registration for the event will now open at 7pm on Monday November 8th.
  13. For a long time, our region has been blessed with a core group of dedicated volunteers. These are the people doing extra work - at events as well as outside them - to make sure this club runs like a well oiled machine. This is something you only tend to notice when these people are absent, and suddenly things aren't going so smoothly. I feel like this club has done pretty well at avoiding volunteer burnout. That said, the core staffing has dwindled down to a critical level. So we are asking for help. One area of particular need is setup help. There are maybe 2-3 people who know how to turn the equipment truck into a functioning Solo event; if ever they all can't make it, we're in for a rough day. We'd really like to train some people up to double or triple this number. This counts as a work assignment too, which is great if you ever need to cut out of an event early or just want to chill and watch cars. Currently teardown is not a work assignment, but if there are people interested in having that count for a work assignment then we can explore that. We also have open spots on the board - probably more than you can see. Some board members need a break; some want to keep helping but in a different capacity than they are now. Talk to us if you want to serve on the board. If there's a position or line of work that looks interesting to you, the person doing that now might actually be ok with you doing it! Board members typically spend a few hours each month doing stuff outside the event and are expected to help however is needed during the event, but otherwise this counts as all your work assignments, and there are additional benefits as well. Lastly, while I will never turn away free help, I want to especially encourage younger members to step up. Y'all are the future of the club and you bring fresh perspectives to the table. This is your chance to help shape the club into what it needs to be in order to keep thriving.
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