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The newsletter editor would be responsible to compile and distribute the articles of interest as provided by members of the board of directors.
Please contact us if you are interested or if you are interested in becoming our Newsletter Editor. We can be contacted through our Contact form, at any one of our board meetings or at any one of our events.
for the love of racing!
Racing isn’t about how long it takes to get from start to finish, it’s the adventure you have along the way, the people you meet, and the moments you share! #funwithcars

What type of racing do you want to get involved in? Whether you have raced in the past or you’re just starting to consider some form of auto racing we would like to invite you to join us. You can come out to any of our scheduled Autocross events or one of our monthly club meetings. We have a great group of people that are ready and willing to answer any questions you might have and help get you in the driver’s seat and have some fun in your car!
“Solo” is the brand name for SCCA Autocrossing and on paper it seems very simple – use traffic cones to make a mini-roadcourse in a large parking lot or unused airport tarmac and see who can drive it the quickest without hitting any cones or going off course.
RallyCross is the most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport in the Sports Car Club of America, and the perfect place to see if you have what it takes to power slide your way to victory.
Road Racing
SCCA Road Racing is wheel-to-wheel, side by side, first one to the finish line auto racing! Completely driven, officiated and staffed by SCCA club members.
Road Rally
The easiest way to start with the SCCA. Road Rallies are conducted on public roads with your street legal vehicle at or below the legal speed limit and are not races.
Current Autocross Season
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Kate's Kart
Through the gifting of new books, Kate's Kart strives to provide a comforting diversion to hospitalized children and their families, and to foster a love of books, and ultimately literacy, by encouraging children to read and parents to read to their children.