The Central Division Hall of Fame is announcing the opening of nominations to be presented in 2023.
Category: From the Regional Executive
You might have heard this phrase used to describe the excitement of being at a corner station at a race. Watching the action from just feet away from the racing surface, you’ll get a view that no spectator has access to — even on TV! Wait, TV?
“May you live in interesting times…” Talk about a case of under-promising and over-delivering. I could use a little less interesting at the moment.
Almost all of us touch this at least once a week, and until a few weeks ago, we never gave it a second thought — the gas pump handle. Wear gloves or use hand sanitizer afterwards.
#FunWithCars – That’s the hashtag you’ve probably seen in various forms on SCCA communications. It summarizes what the club’s primary purpose is – its “why”.
Traveling to the SCCA National Convention a few weeks ago and enjoying some pleasant temperatures really got me excited for the new season — except I had to return to cold gray Chicago. At least we have a few exciting indoor things to do this month.
Happy New Year! It’s a new year, a new decade and a new Regional Executive.
It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve as your Regional Executive. If you were not aware, the Chicago Region Board has term limits and my time is up. You are the best members of a region that has thrived for over 70 years and I am proud to say that I have been a part of it.
The 2019 racing season is over and 2019 is almost over. I hope everyone has had a good year or at least a not so bad one. As a region, we are looking forward to a great 2020 and have already begun our planning and scheduling.
Most of us say that we are “passionate” about motorsports. What does that mean for many of us. That we will devote a ridiculous amount of time, money and effort to spend time in motorsports. From working a corner to road racing to track days there are different prices to pay.