As shelter-in-place restrictions begin to be lifted, we must all decide how and when to run events. We’ve compiled three resources you can access today to assist:
Please share and repost these resources. The intent is to support the entire industry as we start to head back on the road and track.
Lastly, I’m thrilled to report we’ve made tremendous ground with insurance company approvals for our e-waiver product, SpeedWaiver, in the past 60 days. We are working feverishly to launch in the next 30 days to eliminate paper waivers and support physical distancing at your events.
Stay tuned and stay safe out there,
RaceHero (live timing & results on web, iOS & Android)
Here are the Results from the 9-24-2017 Rallycross event
I have just uploaded the missing results from our August-October events to the results archive:
Rallycross #2 – 10/30/2016
Solo Points Event #3 @ Lake Taghkanic – 10/23/2016
Rallycross #1 – 8/21/2016
(Still waiting for the 11/13 RallyCross #3 results from the RallyX team.)
Sorry for the delay in getting these posted…..
Results from our season finale Rallycross on 11/15/2015 are now online in the results archive.
Although our competition season has now ended, members should watch their email for details about the club’s upcoming holiday party and annual PANIC Awards Banquet.
Results from the 9/27/2015 Rallycross #1 (fall) have been posted to the results archive.
The best way to describe the day was chamber of commerce weather, with sun, a slight breeze, and temperatures about 70. The lack of rain this year (except when PSCC schedules autocross events) showed toward the end of the day, with some dust being kicked up as cars ran. Everyone had 8 runs at the 75+ second course designed by Mark Long and crew, and were looking forward to the next Rallycross event (Smashing Pumpkins?) in November.
Apologies for the delays and re-runs during the start of the first heat. The start photoheads were slightly below grade, and their radio signal was spotty at the timer end in the trailer. Once we moved them a bit further up the hill, everything was fine for the rest of the day…
We just received notice from the Rallycross chairs that they needed to cancel our event for Sunday, 8/2. Anyone who paid online should expect to see a refund to your payment source processed in the next bank business day.
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…..
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…..