Region: NW / OR
Car #: 01
Year : 1990 Posts: 191
quote:Do you know where that can be found in the GCR? and will my car get an annual with out it? [/QB]
GCR 9.1.8.C.8.d, Page 545
As noted by others, the Annual Tech is primarily a safety inspection. You may get by with the non-compliant SM mirror configuration if you still meet 9.3.35, Page 79. Don't point it out to the Tech Inspector. But now that we know about it.... You will want to get it corrected soon. I've got a spare passenger side mirror I threw into the trailer.
Car #: 8 is great
Year : 1993 Posts: 152
Poor Keith is getting picked on. Seriously, we just want to see you have a little fun so come on down, we'll fix your car, and have a beer. The earlier today the better as we don't want to have to work on it until late tonight. If you get here by noon we'll be done by 3 or 4 pm. Also, while you are not looking I'll make a few quiet modifications to your camber. Plus 3 degrees ought to do it.
Car #: #26
Year : 1991 Posts: 334
WOW - What an incredible three days. A huge thank you to SCCA Oregon for an absolutely fantastic school. The nearly 4 hours of track time was exhausting but very rewarding.
Special thank you to Geoff, Bruce, Ken, Will, Brian, Tom and others for making me feel so very welcomed. And to Terrell for putting up with me in the adjacent paddock. We had a great race for a while. (Keith, you missed a great weekend!) ------- Entry fees: $600. Lodging $240. Gas $185. -
Obtaining a competition license at 62 and finishing my first race - PRICELESS!!!
I'll never forget it - See ya on the track -
Bill '91 SM #38
-------------------- William Bonsell SCCA/ICSCC #26 SM/ITA
Car #: 94
Year : 91 Posts: 971
Bill is right, the school was fantastic! Once again Brian Towey found ways to improve the school. Putting additional instructors at the corners and allowing instructors to stay on coarse with the students for both days were great changes.
I think we had the best prepared group of students I've seen in my 9 years of instructing. by the time their first race came around on Sunday I was comfortable they weren't going to be surprised by the close racing/passing.
Region: Northwest, Oregon
Car #: 79
Year : 90 Posts: 3336
How many other regions can say that somebody who pretty much "retired" from auto racing three years previous still comes back and organizes great schools? OR-SCCA really is something special. We're gonna miss you guys.
-------------------- Crew Chief, 3D Racing #64, aka Team Scrappy 2.0 3rd place E2, 2009 25 Hours of Thunderhill
Crew Chief, EGR/Miller Motorsports #64, aka Team Scrappy E2 Champions, 2008 25 Hours of Thunderhill
Car #: 68
Year : 91 Posts: 2359
Just to let everyone know, we didn't have the BBQ due to the tight schedule. Lori has informed me that we intend to resume the BBQs in April, where according to KGW and Accuweather we are on for another scorcher of a weekend. I still can't believe I was drenched (in sweat) just suiting up and getting to pregrid. Just goes to show you that whatever the weather forecast says, it's always ten times nicer at the racetracik!!!!
Great school Brian!!! I have a feeling I will pay bigtime for my lack of involvmemnt again
-------------------- Bruce Wilson 2010 Oregon Region Champ 2010 Monte Shelton Driver of the Year 2010 25 Hours of Thunderhill E3 and Under 2 liter Overall Champion Oregon Region SM Class Advisor