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    Oct 9 SCCA AX

    There were 236 entries including some formula race cars. Except for eight 125 Shifter Karts, BMWs took the 3 fastest times!

    http://www.wtopnews.com/?nid=25&sid=585921
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    My first time ever winning the Touring class! Looks like a BMW has won the Touring class every single event!

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    You've progressed really well Scott... nationals next year?

    For some dumb reason, I still haven't joined SCCA to run their events (except Ron Katona). I was intimidated by the size of Fedex and the pace of the event when I did the Ron Katona event. I've done +20 events this year, so maybe I can run with wdcr next year in STS, or DSP if I can afford r-comps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggins View Post
    You've progressed really well Scott... nationals next year?

    For some dumb reason, I still haven't joined SCCA to run their events (except Ron Katona). I was intimidated by the size of Fedex and the pace of the event when I did the Ron Katona event. I've done +20 events this year, so maybe I can run with wdcr next year in STS, or DSP if I can afford r-comps.
    Thanks a lot. Yeah, I would like to go to Nationals next year. I think after another year of autox, I will be ready to finish respectably.

    You should definately get a season subscription to WDCR SCCA next year. It is such an awesome venue. The competition is strong, but thats fun, and it makes you a better driver. I prefer the street tire classes, because i just show up and race, all my friends have to change tires, I just sit and relax.

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    You can still run in Street Prepared and "just show up and race." I help my co-driver change tires. Then we just sit, or walk around aimlessly, and relax.

    Scott, go to Nat'ls. YOU CAN DO IT!

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    The size of Fedex is what makes it the best autocross venue on this side of the country.
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