Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Updated Price and eBay Ad for the ESP Camaro

The ESP Camaro is still for sale after a recent deal fell through (not b/c of an issue with the Camaro) - come get it for $13,750 or make me an offer I can't refuse. I also have lightly used tires that I can work into the race ready package.

eBay Ad: http://www.ebay.com/itm/161641538078?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Tire Ad: http://www.roadraceautox.com/showthread.php?51274-New-335-30ZR18-Hoosier-A7s-for-Sale-Used-Hoosier-A6s-for-Saled

Thursday, March 5, 2015

No Dice: Blytheville ProSolo Defeated by Winter Storm THORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR


Snowy Arkansas after THOR

This was the entry list for this weekend's ProSolo. Pretty solid and we were the biggest class in the field. THOR did not agree and the event has been iced out. It will be moved to a later date if there is a weekend that will work or our entry can be transferred to another ProSolo event.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Update to 2015 Racing Schedule

It's mainly SCCA National Solo events so far. Hopefully I will be adding some track related events later in the year after I get some equipment sold.

2015 Racing Schedule

FEB 21: Teach EVO Phase One driving school
FEB 22: Arizona Border Regional Local AutoX in Marana, AZ

MAR 7-8: SCCA Blytheville ProSolo in Blytheville, AR

April 10th: Teach EVO Advantage at College Station Tour
April 11-12: SCCA Solo Texas Championship Tour in College Station, TX

MAY 22-23: SCCA SpringNationals ProSolo in Lincoln, NE
MAY 24-25: SCCA Spring Nationals Championship Tour in Lincoln, NE

JUN 6-7: SCCA Mineral Wells ProSolo in Mineral Wells, TX

SEP 5-6: SCCA ProSolo Finale in Lincoln, NE
SEP 10-11:SCCA Solo Nationals in Lincoln, NE

*TBD Various local autocrosses and testing sessions

Blytheville ProSolo this weekend.....possibly in the snow

I didn't think it was possible but the forecast for this year's Blytheville ProSolo is even worse than last year. Looks like it may be a one-day affair with the only decent conditions being the Sunday runs after hopefully the snow and ice melt. 

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

#199 C-Street

Number plate we will use this year for my C-Street Scion FR-S at SCCA National Solo events. Ali made the design and we have the materials/equipment to make it at home. I think it'll turn it out pretty well!

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Tucson Travellin': EVO School and AZ Border Region Autocross

Rocky Backdrop for Saturdays' Phase One EVO School in Tucson
I flew to Tucson last weekend to teach my first Phase One EVO School at the Marana Regional Airport with three other instructors. We had a total of 24 students which made for a busy but very fun day. There were a wide range of cars at the  - anything from a 700hp Vette to a stock Mini. I'm looking forward to work with Evolution Schools again in the future. Here are a few pictures from the school:

700hp Hennessey Stingray Corvette Leaving the Line - that thing was awesome to drive
FR-S at the Line
Action during the instructed sessions
Who doesn't like CTS-Vs?

Following the Evo school on Saturday, there was a local Arizona Border Region at the Marana Airport on Sunday. I co-drove this beautiful 650hp supercharged Shelby GT500 setup for Street Mod class. The lot is adjacent to two active runways so it sported a nice backdrop of hot air balloons, ultra-lights, and all sorts of small airplanes taking off and landing all day long. The lot is a great size for local events, but the surface is raveling so it can be a bit like rallycrossing for the first few runs. The AZ Border Region does something that I have not seen with other clubs - the first run of the day is an un-timed run used just to clean off the surface. It does mean that the first heat gets an extra look at the course, but does make the course conditions more even for all involved so overall I think it's a good practice.

Overall, the event was a blast so thanks to Bruce for the co-drive! I finished 5th in their PAX class but had a few quicker raw times thrown away since I couldn't stay off the cones in the tight slalom coming back around the hairpin. See below for some onboard footage:

The Flying Shelby