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PSCC Event Calendar
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11/10/2014 – PSCC General Meeting, 8:00 PM @ Daddy O’s, Hopewell Junction. (Join us at 6:30 PM for dinner!)
12/08/2014 – PSCC Holiday Party (in lieu of December meeting), 7:00 PM @ Daddy O’s, Hopewell Junction
1/12/2015 – PSCC General Meeting, 8:00 PM @ Daddy O’s in Hopewell Junction. (Join us for dinner at 6:30 PM!)
1/25/2015 – The PANIC (PSCC Annual Awards Banquet), TBD
Here is a link to the final results of our season finale Rallycross on 11/9/2014:
This wraps up PSCC’s competition schedule for 2014. For club members, we have the holiday party and PANIC awards banquet coming up in the next few months. Thank you to everyone for your support of our Autocross and Rallycross events this season. Keep an eye on the web site after the new year for our 2015 schedule announcements.
Here are the results from Solo Points Event #4 at Lake Taghkanic on 10/26/2014: Final Results, PAX times, Raw times.
Although the cloudy day and passing afternoon shower didn’t provide the best lighting to appreciate the peak fall foliage this year, 50 drivers received 8 runs on a somewhat technical course designed by Mark VanDeCarr. Kudos go out to Paul Vinas, who scored the hat trick (won class, fastest PAX, and FTD), and took home our VIP guest driver (cardboard) Danica Patrick along with the other three trophies.
As event chairs, Jennifer and I would like to thank the NYR-SCCA crew for making the road trip up north to support PSCC, Dean VanDeCarr, Joe Pavan, et. al. for their usual through job at tech, Jarvis and crew for the equipment setup/teardown, Tom Murphy for all of the pre-event arrangements, Mark for another great course, Jennifer for collecting a truckload of door prizes, working registration, waiver, and everything else that she does behind the scenes both before and after each event, Chip and Beth for the donuts and apple cider, Greg VanDeCarr, Todd Robinson, and Mark Long for somehow keeping me away from the computer most of the day, and plenty of other people that I’m forgetting off the top of my head. It is such a pleasure to chair an event with such a great group of volunteers ready to step forward and get things done.
Let me throw in a reminder since I forgot to mention it at the drivers meeting that the 50th Annual Tri-State Championship is taking place on the big lot at Stratford on 11/2. The New York team *really* needs drivers to show up, so please make the trip out to FCSCC’s autocross season finale if you are available.
PSCC’s last competition event of the season is the Rallycross on 11/9. Following that, we have our holiday party in December and the annual PANIC awards banquet in late January. See the calendar above for details.
Fairfield County Sports Car Club (FCSCC) will be hosting the 50th annual Tri-State Championship on 11/2/2014 on the *big* lot at Stratford SAEP. If you are available and wish to drive on the New York team, please contact Jon Cohen (NYR) or Ken Frey (WSCC)…or just show up at the event and find either of them. Connecticut has not lost the Tri-State trophy when hosting the event for as long as I can remember, and I can’t think of a better motivation for us NY drivers to go out there and put our name on the 50th anniversary winner’s line on the historic trophy.
For your reference, here are the current Tri-State rules, as well as FCSCC’s event information link with directions.
We could not have asked for a better fall day to be out at the farm for our second Rallycross event of the season. Perfect weather, plenty of fall foliage color, temperatures in the 60′s and lots of sun. Mark VanDeCarr and the Rallycross crew set up an awesome fast/safe course that made full use of the available fields, which were 100% dry and usable. Run times were between 90-120 seconds, and only a few minor tweaks needed to be made to the course during the lunch break.
Thank you to Mark and Mark for putting together another good event, Steve, Jarvis, and the rest of the setup crew for making it happen, Chip for bringing out the refreshing apple cider and apple donuts, and of course Jennifer for working registration and waiver all day. If anyone didn’t notice, this was the first event for PSCC’s brand new wireless timing system, and it worked pretty reliably all day once we worked out a little glitch during the first heat.
Here’s the final results:
Reminder that we still have another Rallycross scheduled for 11/9 and of course our Solo finale at Lake Taghkanic on 10/26, so don’t put your cars away for the winter yet…..
Here are the results for Solo Points Event #3 @ Hudson Valley Mall – 8/10/2014: Final Results, PAX times, Raw times.
Thanks to Dave Koehler and Joe Pavan for their efforts in chairing another fun event, as well as the other members of PSCC who come through time and time again to make these events happen.
After several days of pouring rain that left standing water in the fields that we were scheduled to use on Sunday, it was determined that the fields would not dry out in time for our Sunday event so we are canceling it. Stay tuned for an announcement for a replacement date.
Camshaft Newsletter June edition click here June_2014 Two pages total.
The results for yesterday’s Rallycross have been posted – Rallycross #1 – 6/01/2014.
Thanks to Mark Long and Mark VanDeCarr for chairing a great event, Steve Eckelman, Tom Murphy, and of course the guys from M&M Automotive for all of their work to get things set up and cleaned up. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer day weather-wise, with lots of sun, temperatures around 70 degrees, and a slight breeze all day. Mark’s 80-second course with the optional direction loop kept drivers debating which way as faster all morning, and the uphill dash to the finish certainly made a great photo-op for some cars…..
Here are the results for Solo Points Event #2 @ Hudson Valley Mall – 5/18/2014: Final Results, PAX times, Raw times.
Thanks to Matt and Tom for chairing another great event, Dave Koehler and Joe Pavan for their handiwork redesigning the snow fence bases, Mark VanDeCarr for another awesome course design, Dean VanDeCarr for coming out and making sure that tech was handled properly, Jennifer for handling registration, and the whole snow fence setup/teardown crew. I’m sure that I’m forgetting someone, and am grateful to have such a good group of volunteers helping to make these events happen.