Online Ordering is open until 10/05/2019, and T-Shirts will be available for pickup in about 2 weeks (Autocross event, General Meetings, etc.)
Sample T-shirts will be available at our Autocross Event this weekend to try on. Been told shirts may run slightly large.
The Tire Rack Street Survival school is designed to equip New Young Drivers with valuable driving skills that will help keep them safe on the road.
The primary emphasis of the Tire Rack Street Survival program is a hands-on driving experience in real-world situations. We use your own car to teach you about its handling limits and how you can control them. The Tire Rack Street Survival school is a safe teen driving program, designed to go beyond today’s required driver education and give teens across the U.S. the driving tools and hands-on experience they need to become safer, smarter drivers.
This a school that saves young lives, and they would like CincySCCA Members to help as their instructors.
Date of the event – June 1, 2019
Place – Butler County Tech Center, 5140 Princeton Glendale Road, Liberty Township 45011
Time – 8am – 4pm
Number of students – 30
Age of students – 15 1/5 with a permit and 20 hours experience – 20 years old Need – at least 15 coaches
Saturday, February 2 starting at 6 PM with appetizers and cash bar; buffet dinner, door prizes, and awards to follow. $30 per adult (9 and up), $15 for kids ages 4-8, 3 and under are free.
Registration closes Tuesday, January 22. Register by January 19 and receive DOUBLE door prize entries. Please register even if you are only coming for the awards portion of the evening. Late and walk up dinner registration will be extremely limited so PLEASE REGISTER PROMPTLY. Don’t miss out!
2018 has been another great year for the region and we are winding down to the end of our activities for 2018….
This is a reminder that our last meeting for 2018 is our General Meeting @ 8PM this Tuesday on November 20th at the Mill Race Banquet Center. At this meeting we will be electing our 2019 Board. The following members were nominated at our last meeting in October for this coming year and are all running unopposed:
Region Executive – Tony Brown
Assistant R.E. Gordon Benson
Treasurer – Shari McCoy
Secretary – Scott Bitzer
Board Member at Large (2 year term)
– Brian Walker
– Takuto Takagi
– Glenn Thompson
Also at our meeting we will discuss our plans for 2019 and meetings. The Mill Race Banquet Center will be unavailable for use in January and February 2019 due to renovations being done to the building. So with that we do know 2 things, our regular meeting schedule/locations will be updated and also our Annual Awards Banquet will need to be relocated. Please save the tentative date of February 2, 2019 for our Annual Awards Banquet. Confirmation of the LOCATION, date and more details are to come!
Once again our next General Meeting is coming up this Tuesday November 20th, look forward to seeing you there!
Cincy region had a great time as sponsor for the Gears and Beers at Mad Tree Brewery on June 3rd. Our club donation was delivered to Give Back Cincinnati, one of Mad Tree’s favorite charities.
We had our Cincyscca Booth setup as well as about 10 of the members cars. We gave out about 400 flyers and schedules.
On Saturday, August 19, Cincinnati Region SCCA partnering with the City of Oxford and Miami University to hosted the TireRack Street Survival.
We had 9 students attended this special driving school designed for newly licensed driver to learn car control and awareness in real life situations. Students went through emergency stopping practice, lane change, skidpad, tight S-curves, and slalom exercises, first to learn their car’s capabilities and to gain confidence, and then to learn the danger of distracted driving; having their cellphone in their hands.
During lunch time, we brought in a full-size semi and parked several cars around it and had each student (as well as us instructors!) get in the cab and “see” how many cars they couldn’t see, to raise awareness when driving near semis. Airbag detonation was another fun awareness experience. This explosive exercise reinforced the fact that these are serious devices that while increasing crash safety, can also cause harm if not respected.
We appreciate all the volunteer instructors and course workers for making this valuable experience possible for the teen drivers. Also, special thanks to Jason Evans and Dart Logistics for providing an amazing truck for the semi demonstration. Finally, we would like to thank City of Oxford, MUPD, OPD, SCCA, BMWCCA and the TireRack Street Survival program for all of their efforts in making our event a success, and we hope that we can work with everyone in the future to make subsequent events even better.