Yesterday’s SASCA Autocross #2 went off just fine! There were over 60 car/competitor combinations & it was a beautiful, sun shiny day in the 70’s. Besides the usual regulars who I’m already familiar with, there were a good amount of new people (novices), or individuals who have been away for a couples of years, or so. There’s a lot of detail in these images – as always, click to enlarge…
One other difference at this autocross was the amount of visitors & non-competing observers. At one point I counted almost 30 people watching the goings on!
Steve’s course was an honest challenge for everyone. I got to experience it with 4 ride-alongs with four different cars & competitors:
- Eric in his yellow Chevrolet Corvette
- Wei in his black Honda Prelude
- Jay in his black Cadillac CTS (not the loaner, this time) 🙂
- Mike in his silver Honda S2000
The best course times were in the mid-50’s, but it was a challenge to get there for most. Some people were not even able to get out of 1st gear. It was such a tight, challenging & technical course. It rewarded those who could figure out (& remember) what the best racing line was & not overdrive the course.
Racing Ready met up with some people already aware & interested in this blog & wanting to do further, possible co-promotional activity. It was a good day for everyone. Those who were interested were then able to go to their respective Super Bowl watching activities.