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 on: Today at 10:01:59 AM 
Started by GaryK - Last post by GaryK
Bump! I just posted on EvoM and FB. If you are interested let me know.. really would prefer these go to one of our people.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:57:10 PM 
Started by B3NN3TT - Last post by B3NN3TT
06 MS6 Grand Touring in Black Cherry Mica, black leather interior. 2.3L turbo, AWD, 6MT. Nearly new Continental DWS tires, new turbocharger. Presents well, small rust bubbles beginning to appear on rear wheel arches, as per usual for Mazdas of this generation. 126,500 miles. $7500 OBO.

Car is located in Minford, OH, just outside of Portsmouth - about 90 miles from Columbus. Call Seven For Oh - Ate To Oh - To Three Oh Too.










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 on: Yesterday at 09:41:07 AM 
Started by 31rx7 - Last post by 31rx7
As some of you know, I have my own small firm, Advisory and Consulting Services.   Most of what we do is Executive Search / Permanent Placement of mid to senior level professionals. 

In other words, I am a "Headhunter".

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Let me know if we can help.  rich@acsconsults.com

Thanks in advance for funding my racing efforts!

Rich

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 on: Yesterday at 09:16:06 AM 
Started by LGMCCARTHY - Last post by profmathers
Both candidates are fine folks with depth in autocrossing.  I have known them both for decades and autocrossed with them. Marcus has a little more experience at this level in the club, abd Pat has been doing a lot of grassroots work in the trenches for years, so he knows what's going on. He's at MidOhio and other tracks for most of the GLDiv races.  I don't think you can go wrong with either of them.

The better question is who is the best to help move SCCA forward?  Secondly, do they have the patience and intestinal fortitude to navigate through the organization and issues?

Remember, the SCCA is not a national organization with licensed "franchises" as local clubs.  The SCCA is a federation of independent clubs (the regions) who agree to follow a common set of rules and operating procedures provided by the SCCA National Office. 

The National Office, BOD, and national program leaders face challenges with moving the club forward into new areas as each individual region tends to have their local interests at the core.  Sometimes these interests align with what is best for the sport overall, sometimes not.  And to be fair to the regions, sometimes the direction National wants to head has a negative impact on some of the regions.

This is not necessarily a bad thing; it's just that it provides a challenge with advancing ideas and thinking that require change.



Thanks Rich, much appreciated!

 5 
 on: October 17, 2017, 12:11:20 PM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by Simi
I understand they did it different this year.  Instead of the Instructor riding along, they used a "lead / follow" type of arrangement. 

How did you like that?

it was good
i personally like having an instructor in the car with me
so my husband put his life in his own hands and went with me
some of the concepts are easier for me to be discussed as i'm applying them... and by discussed i mean he suggests something from the passenger seat and I yell NO I DON"T LIKE IT to his suggestion .. it was an amusing in car video

i also personally wouldn't want to be a rider EVER with someone on the track.. so lead follow makes the most sense.


Link to said video?  Even just that clip would be worth the entertainment value.
don't need that kind of black mail material out in the public.

 6 
 on: October 17, 2017, 12:10:55 PM 
Started by downingracing - Last post by Simi
That was quick!


so many jokes
so little time.

 7 
 on: October 17, 2017, 10:20:40 AM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by 31rx7
I understand they did it different this year.  Instead of the Instructor riding along, they used a "lead / follow" type of arrangement. 

How did you like that?

it was good
i personally like having an instructor in the car with me
so my husband put his life in his own hands and went with me
some of the concepts are easier for me to be discussed as i'm applying them... and by discussed i mean he suggests something from the passenger seat and I yell NO I DON"T LIKE IT to his suggestion .. it was an amusing in car video

i also personally wouldn't want to be a rider EVER with someone on the track.. so lead follow makes the most sense.


Link to said video?  Even just that clip would be worth the entertainment value.

 8 
 on: October 17, 2017, 10:19:07 AM 
Started by downingracing - Last post by 31rx7
That was quick!

 9 
 on: October 17, 2017, 08:52:42 AM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by Simi
So special people formed their own format

anyone could take a passenger if they wanted to, mine just happened to be a valuable one.

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 on: October 16, 2017, 10:22:29 PM 
Started by richscotti - Last post by richscotti
So special people formed their own format

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