Help us to interest new drivers in track events!

Bill Niemeyer is looking for qualified instructors for our PDX at Mid Ohio on Friday August 4th. Please contact Bill at nemeyer65@hotmail.com if you are available to assist. By instructing you can drive your car in the Instructor Group for only $50, instructors not driving pay nothing! Goal is to have enough instructors that each has only one student. Big FUN, more track time and you are helping to assure the future of our programs.

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Todd Cholmondeley IT/SPEC*tacular and PDX Tech day

Mark your calendar! We will have Tech day for the Todd Cholmondeley IT/SPEC*tacular and PDX on July 8th at Performance Alignment (NEW Location!) from 10:00AM to 2:00PM

If you are planning to attend our PDX/Race weekend on August 4th-6th, this is a great way to get a head start.

Also next race committee meeting is scheduled for July 11th 7:00PM at Rick’s Tavern in Fairfield

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2017 Todd Cholmondeley IT/SPEC*tacular and PDX

Registration is Now OPEN!

Click Here to register at MotorsportReg.com

Cincinnati Region’s Main Club Racing Event, 11th IT/SPEC*tacular is dedicated to Todd Cholmondeley.

PDX is open to both SCCA members and Non-members.
Open to ALL SCCA GCR and Great Lakes Division race classes
Last Divisional Qualifier for 2017 Run-Off Eligibility

Location:
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Google Map

Date:
PDX on Friday, August 4
Club Racing on Saturday & Sunday, August 5 – 6

Registration (and more information about PDX and Race weekend):
Online Registration at MotorsportReg.com

Downloadable Registration and Supplemental Documents
– PDX –
2017 PDX Supplement
2017 PDX Technical Inspection Form
2017 PDX Entry Form

– Race –
2017 Race Supplemental Regulations
2017 Race Entry Form

– Other forms –
2017 Refund Request Form
2017 Track & Participant Minor Waiver Form SCCA Aug
SCCA_Minor_Notary_1068_09_15
Affidavit_of_Sole_Custody

If you have any questions, please contact our Race Chairman Brian Walker

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June RE-Port

The Cincinnati Region SCCA 2017 Season is in full swing!!

The last couple of months we have had our kickoff SOLO, Rally and Rallycross events. On our website (www.cincyscca.com) you will read some great event recaps from all of our programs and the updated 2017 event schedules!

We have recently had some great turnouts for our monthly General Membership meetings and our next one is Tuesday, June 20th, 8pm at the Mill Race Banquet Center (1515 W Sharon Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45240). This will be an important meeting as the membership present at the meeting will be voting on the proposed changes to our club by-laws. The proposed changes will basically update our by-laws to be in conformity with our current means of electronic publishing of events of our club (the website) and notifications to our membership via email messages and Facebook updates. Hope to see you at an event or upcoming meeting!

Thanks,
Tony

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Rally Report – June, 2017

Rabbit Hash Revisited is just around the corner. Get geared up! The next rally is June 17th. Details are being finalized now, but we know we will start around 10AM at the Kroger parking lot near Walton Towne Center, just east of the Walton, KY exit on I-75. It will run about 100 miles through scenic Northern Kentucky and end at Longnecks Sports Grill (same as the June event last year) at the I-275 Hebron exit.

This is a Tulip Rally, with illustrations of intersections as well as worded instructions and callback mileages to keep you on course. Our Rally Master for the event, once again, is Lee Grimes, who knows these roads like the back of his hand. With his familiarity and the abundance of hills and curves that Kentucky offers, this should prove to be an outstanding driving adventure.

Registration is OPEN. Please sign up online whether you want to pay in advance or the day of the event so we’ll have a ballpark idea of how many to expect. Bring some friends, member or not, who haven’t run with us before and save $5 on your registration fee (one discount per new car/driver/navigator unit).

Go to Rabbit Hash Revisited Road Rally on MotorSportReg.com for more details, general instructions (coming soon) and to register. Questions can be directed to cincysccarally@yahoo.com. Drop us a line if you’re not already on the email list to receive notifications for this and future events.

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RallyCross Report: NOT DUSTY!

RallyCross PE#2. May 27th, Bitzer’s Farm

A wonderful rally cross with great weather all day! light rain the night before kept the dust down and the speeds continued to climb throughout the 12 runs made by each of the 24 participants!

Taking top spot in Stock All was Duane Simons followed by newcomer Michael Holland.

First place honors in Stock Front were captured by another newcomer Konstantin Volkov in his 1995 Mazda Protégé.

Kyle Kreitzer finished 1st in Prepared All followed by Kirk Davis and Chad Evans.

Newcomer Will Kuhnes benefited from the skillful navigation of Angie Kuhnes and took 1st in Prepared Front followed closely by Alex Ashbaugh in second.

Mod All saw Chris Smith in his Skeletor Subaru at the top of the pile with Joshua Zortman, Jeremie Snyder, Richard Hopple and Nathaniel Rapien tucked neatly beneath him.

Adam Brock fresh off his first stage rally the previous weekend brought home 1st in Mod Front.

The 9 car deep Mod Rear field was bested by current national champion John W England and followed by Pete Remner, Evan Arthur, John E. England, Scott Bitzer, John Hall, Phillip Bruffey, John Atkisson and Trevor Taylor.

A big Thank You to all the came out to watch and participate. Our next event is Saturday June 24th.

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RallyCross Report: AWASH! Thor’s Hammer strikes!

RallyCross PE#1, April 29th, Bitzer’s Farm

48 pre-entrants were signed up in all 9 available classes before online registration closed on Thursday night prior to the event!
Rain had been forecast for the 3 days previous but had eluded the event site. The decision was made to proceed as scheduled for Saturday’s competition!

Over 75 friends, neighbors and competitive rally type people converged on-site for Saturdays event. Cars were inspected, helmets checked and as the day of racing began the heavens opened up producing lighting, wind, hail and copious amounts of high humidity in liquid form, sadly forcing us to reschedule the event to a later date!

RallyCross Chair
Scott Bitzer

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