Results for 10/24 & 10/25 Event Posted & Season Champions Crowned

Our 10/24 event featured a mildly moist morning, with temperatures in the high 60s. As the day warmed up times came down overall and everyone got to enjoy 11 total runs on a course designed by Tom Bracci and Rick Obert. The Rookie Runoff took place using our runoff car. Congratulations to our Rookie champion Erik Haakonsen and congratulations to Joe Zanavich for PAX and RAW FTD on the day.

Our 10/25 event was colder, but participants were able to have a total of 9 runs. In addition our Championship Runoff took place with Joe Zanavich taking the win as well as PAX and RAW FTD on the day. Congratulations to him and to all our class champions.

Results are posted for both events on our Results Page.

Results Posted for 7/19 Event

Results for our 7/19 event are posted and you can always find past results on our Results Page.

A total of 57 drivers braved one of the hottest days of the summer so far to compete at our Big Lot on a course designed by Rick Obert and Tom Bracci. Congratulations to Mark Daddio for taking PAX and RAW FTD in his 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350.

Our next event is coming up this Sunday July 26. You can register on MSR right now!

Results Posted for 6/28 Event

Results for our 6/28 Event are posted. You can always find past results on our results page. It was a hot and sunny day out on Sunday, a perfect day overall for autocross with drivers receiving a total of 10 runs. Congratulations to Joe Zanavich for RAW FTD in an STU 2008 Nissan 350z and to Andres Rodriguez for PAX FTD in an H-Street 2017 Ford Fiesta ST. Thanks to everyone that came out to make this a successful event.

Results Posted for 6/21 Event

Results are posted for our 6/21 event and we have a 2020 Results page where you can find this and future results for 2020. Congratulations to Pat Salerno who took both PAX and raw FTD in his Porsche Cayman GT4.

Forty-seven drivers showed up to our first event after the Covid-19 outbreak. The day was warm and sunny, but a steady breeze off the water kept things from getting too uncomfortable. 

Participants had their temperature taken before entry to the event and all participants wore masks and maintained social distancing both in the pits and at their workstations. Workstations were spread out more with individuals posted at various areas instead of in groups with hand signals given to radio in penalty calls.

The event was run as two heats and participants were able to get in eight total runs before the end of the day.

Big thanks to Geoff LeMoine for blowing the majority of the sand and dirt off the lot the day before the event. Big thanks to all the FCSCC regulars that came out to make the event run successfully and thank to the participants for their cooperation in keeping everyone safe.