Results are posted for Points Event #8.
Event Chair Raul Rivera had a nice sunny day and thirty nine participants to deal with and managed to get in 12 total runs on a course designed by Tom Bracci. Thanks to all the participants that came out and made this a successful event.
The day started with rain, but was dry by the time the event started. It ended up being a pretty hot day, but the breeze kept blowing to make it a little more tolerable. Congratulations to Yury Kholondyrev in his Porsche 911 GT4 RS for PAX and raw FTD.
You can find this event’s results as well as previous results posted on our 2023 results page.
We had a smaller crowd, but a fun time getting back to our old stomping grounds at the big lot at the Army Engine Plant. Thanks again to the folks that made this possible. Conditions were cool and dry. Everyone got 11 runs on a course put together by Tom Bracci and Rick Obert.
Results are posted and are also linked on the Results Page.
We’ve had many people ask, “What happened? Why is FCSCC not able to run at the Stratford Army Engine Plant site anymore?”
There isn’t anything nefarious about what happened. A development group was approved to take over the site back in 2012, but that was contingent on the U.S. Army being able to transfer the site in a state where the developer was able to deal with any remaining issues. The cleanup process to effect this transfer has finally commenced after a long period of site investigation and planning.
Though the site was considered stable and not emitting toxic materials, to perform new development there are large parts of the site that require cleanup. To do that they have to move or remove large amounts of waste material and in the process demolish the majority of the site.
Currently there is no plan that has us able to use that site for autocross after development is completed. It will become a mixed use area with possible residential and commercial applications.
If you have information on a site that can host FCSCC events please contact us! FCSCC is a non-profit that carries liability insurance for each event and all participants sign waivers indemnifying site owners from liability. FCSCC compensates site owners for use of their property. Desired sites would have large open pavement areas and be available for use on weekend days during the spring, summer and fall.
Lots of photos from our 10/23 event provided by autocrosser Alexander Lim can be found here.
Congratulations to Andrew Johnson who took the title of FCSCC Autocrosser of The Year after competing against 14 skilled class champions in our annual runoff. Andrew posted the fastest time in the FCSCC Club Miata.
Thanks to all that came out and helped make the runoff a success. Results from the day are posted on our Results Page.
Congratulations to FCSCC Rookie of the Year Alexander Lim who beat out four other tough opponents in our annual rookie runoff. All runoff contenders drove our the club Miata and Alex managed to take the win over Brendan Magner by a slim 0.055. Alex will compete with other class champions during our final runoff on Sunday.
In today’s event Harvey Meeker took raw FTD and David Medvedev got PAX FTD. Congratulations to them. Tomorrow is our runoff for Autocrosser of the Year.
Results for today can be found on our Results Page.
Bill Sheridan has compiled the season points as of August 15.
The 8/14 Saturday Results are posted. The event lured out 31 participants after which the club held a pizza party to give out the awards from 2020. The weather was hot for most of the day, but cooled later and participants were able to get in 10 competitive runs as well as fun runs.
Your friendly webmaster got PAX and raw FTD, so congratulations to me! *evil laugh*
All past and present results are posted on our Results Page.
We’ve posted the results for Points Event #7. Congratulations to Andrew Johnson for PAX FTD and to Tom Bracci for raw FTD! Please stay tuned as we will be posting more dates for events this year.