December 31, 9999
Online registration for PSCC events is available via the MotorsportReg.com web site: http://pscc.motorsportreg.com/ .
PSCC Event Calendar
|Apr 27||Solo Points Event # 1||Lake Taghkanic State Park||Autocross/Solo|
|May 18||Solo Points Event #2||Hudson Valley Mall||Autocross/Solo||More Details|
|Jun 1||2014 PSCC RallyCross #1||Greig Farm (Rallycross)||RallyCross|
|Jun 29||Solo Points Event #3 (tentative)||Hudson Valley Mall||Autocross/Solo||More Details|
|Jul 20||2014 PSCC RallyCross #2||Greig Farm (Rallycross)||RallyCross|
4/27/2014 – Solo Points Event # 1 @ Lake Taghkanic State Park, Ancram NY
5/12/2014 – PSCC General Monthly Meeting
5/18/2014 – Solo Points Event # 2 @ Hudson Valley Mall, Kingston NY
6/1/2014 – RallyCross Event #1 @ Greig Farms, Red Hook NY
6/29/2014 – Solo Points Event # 3 @ Hudson Valley Mall, Kingston NY (tentative)
7/20/2014 – RallyCross Event # 2 @ Greig Farms, Red Hook NY
10/26/2014 – Solo Points Event # 4 @ Lake Taghkanic State Park, Ancram, NY
April 5, 2014
Here is the Newsletter Camshaft April link, one page total.
February 2, 2014
December 7, 2013
Here is the Camshaft Newsletter Dec_2013 link.
November 27, 2013
From Mark Long:
We were hoping the ground would be hardened up by now, but it is raining and we have a flood watch. There is no suitable area to hold an event on the farm and we have no choice but to cancel. The 2013 PSCC Rallycross season is over. Refund checks will be mailed to those who paid online for this event.
We are always looking for an alternate site in the Dutchess County area. If you have any ideas, please contact me.
NER will hold their annual RallyCross kickoff event on Jan 18th and 19th. This is an excellent event and hopefully you can make it. link
Ice Racing season is coming up. See link for details! You can race your daily driver.
November 10, 2013
A few stray sprinkles during the day did not put a damper on today’s Rallycross event. The course utilized two adjacent fields, and ended when the designers ran out of cones to use at about the 85 seconds in duration for stock cars. Everyone received 9 runs, and we were wrapped up well before sundown. Kudos to Mark Long and Steve Eckelman for both going above and beyond to make the event happen, along with Tom Murphy, the M&M Automotive crew, Jennifer Emerson, and everyone else who stepped forward to help out.
The final results have been posted in the results archive.
Remember, we still have one more Rallycross scheduled for December 1st before we put away the cones for the winter. Online registration is open via the link towards the top of the main PSCC home page.
November 3, 2013
Here’s the link for The Camshaft Newsletter PSCC Camshaft November 2013
October 30, 2013
PSCC wrapped up our 2013 Solo (autocross) season with our first ever event at Lake Tagkanic Park. The weather was a bit chilly, but the leaves were at their colorful peak and the view of the lake was incredible. Lime Rock Park bills itself as the most beautiful race circuit in America, but I believe that Lake Taghkanic tops it in the scenery department. Let’s send out thanks to Todd Robinson for handling the paperwork, Tom Murphy for chairing the event, Mark VanDeCarr and Chris Travis for the challenging course design, and special kudos to the Saturday afternoon sweeping crew for their work cleaning the loose gravel off of the course area.
The Results Archive now have the final, raw, and PAX reports available.
This event marks the end of PSCC’s 2013 Solo season, and we would like to thank everyone for coming out to our events. It doesn’t mean that PSCC is going into winter hibernation just yet, though. Our fall Rallycross season is just getting started! Check out the schedule for Rallycross event dates…..
October 6, 2013
Here’s the Camshaft Newsletter link: October Camshaft. This is a special edition for anyone interested in the club or our activities.
June 23, 2013
The Class results, PAX times, and raw times reports for Sunday 6/16 in Kingston are now available in the results archives.
Thank you for coming out to support PSCC’s first Solo event in the Kingston area, and special thanks to the volunteers who came together to set up and tear down the equipment, fencing, and cones.