This past Saturday was an interesting day. I made a road trip up to Harris Hill Road (H2R), not for an event, but for some future co-promotion business discussion.
There is usually available a back country shortcut to Harris Hill Road, from the I-35 exit #205. But not yesterday. The huge quantities of rain from the past couple of days cut off the low water crossing bypass. Therefore, I had to take the Rt. 21 road to H2R. In doing so I passed the nearby entrance of the San Marcos Municipal Airport. I noticed some tower construction updates in the distance, that I’ll mention here later in the week.
I met with Steven Johnson, who, besides doing many different duties at H2R, has been assigned the task of coordinating their website updates & promoting Chrono-X (so far, on Facebook, for now). He’s already put a lot of work into this. To read more about Chrono-X details, please check out the classing, registration & rules at the links below.
Steven is continuing to fine tune & get more details set up for Chrono-X. The Chrono-X website is…coming soon! He’s very enthused about it.
The real big deal is the kick off to this whole series of time trial events – the Dyno Day/Test & Tune for the 2010 series, coming up this February 20th. There will be an HPDE in the morning & early afternoon in the various run groups. They will traverse the track in both in clockwise & counter-clockwise directions, for a total of FIVE 20-minute sessions. You’ll be able to dyno your car. If you want to only spectate, but still do a “dyno pull”, I’m told they’ll charge only $50 (you’ll need to sign up to reserve your slot, contact Chrono-X at: firstname.lastname@example.org)!. For entertainment, San Antonio Drift will be doing a drift exhibition during the mid day lunch break. There will be race-enthusiast vendors there, too. And, even some “eye candy”!
The registrations have just started to come in. Steven tells me the chatter on various forums is picking up this Chrono-X event & giving it some great mileage. Suffice it to say, Racing Ready will be there, and not just in blogger mode. A presence of something needed by all vehicle owners will be represented.
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