How did you get started with SCCA? I moved to California from Colorado in 1961 after getting my Bachelor of Science in Nursing and went to work at SF General Hospital. I contacted an old friend from Colorado and she reintroduced me to her older brother who I started dating. Long story short, I’d known […]

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I am sure you are aware that the 2018 Runoffs will be held at Sonoma Raceway and I would like to invite you to join the logging team. If you do not know me, my name is Jennifer Bicket (I used to work all the time in F&C but got pulled away to T&S!).  I […]

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Moffett Field Words by: Gary Horstkorta August 16, 1953 was the date for the inaugural road races at Moffett Field, the former World War II Naval Base for Lighter-Than-Air blimps in Mountain View, CA. With the huge blimp hangers as a backdrop, a rectangular course with rounded corners utilized the fields runways and taxiways. It didn’t take […]

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How did you get started with SCCA? In the Fall of 1985 I read a magazine article praising SCCA’s success in its first year of competition with the purpose-built Spec Racer. I shared the article with a partner at work who also had an interest in cars. Our search led us to SCCA and their […]

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How did you get started with SCCA? Way back in the dark ages, there was a series called Can Am. Back in high school a date who was an avid race fan took me to a CanAm race at Laguna Seca. In spite of horrible weather, it was one of the most fun times I’d ever […]

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Note: Schedule updated again for print version and to correct a minor error. Due to the high number of entries we have updated the event schedule to include Group 8. Group 5 was revised and split into Group 5 and Group 8. UPDATE EVENT SCHEDULE – Revised 2 April 2018 Entry allocations can also be […]

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How did you get started with SCCA? An SFR-SCCA long-time member and legal secretary Scotty Crawford kept mentioning Sears Point in the late 1980s to mid-1990s when I was also working as legal secretary before retiring. At the time I lived in Novato, only about 15 minutes from Sears Point. I finally asked Scotty when SCCA […]

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We spend a day at Laguna Seca with Spec Racer Ford driver James Chartres as we learn about racing with SCCA and what it is like to run in the rain. Big thank you to Ben Beames​ for the amazing video and RC Photography​ for the cover photo.

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Arnolt Bristol Words by: Gary Horstkorta Stanley Harold Arnolt II couldn’t have had better timing when he purchased a struggling marine small engine company, the Waukesha Engine Company in 1939 and moved it to Warsaw, Indiana. Combing his degree in Mechanical Engineering with a good business sense and with World War II on the horizon, the […]

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Some hard-core racers turned out for Regionals 3 & 4 at Laguna Seca last weekend. They fianlly got to use those rain tires; unfortunately they got pretty wet in the process. At least Sunday brought some better weather and there was no limit to the paddock space available. Race results from the weekend and all […]

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