Hmm, not sure if BCA is sticking with a cap of 24 entries for the school. There are 26 entries now and the head honchos are saying it is not too late to sign up. Breakfast and lunch are provided.I just got additional info for the BCA autocross school. There appears to be a cap of 24 entries, so 7 spots are still available. The curriculum includes two short courses and a skidpad, all will be run with an instructor on board, 4 hrs of seat time in the morning. After a supplied lunch break from 1p-2p, a single course (larger?) will be run as if it is an autocross event, so another hour of seat time.
Good thing you signed up early for the PCA autocross as it appears to be sold out now!I am signed up with a few others for this event.
sells out quick. look forward to it, see how it goes and I might hit up a few more events this yearGood thing you signed up early for the PCA autocross as it appears to be sold out now!
So apart from PCA, other autocross action this last weekend of March includes:
- Willamette Motor Club is having a Novice day at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem on Saturday followed by their first points event on Sunday.
- Bremerton Sports Car Club is holding a points event on Sunday at Bremerton Raceway.
- SCCA Pro Solo is at Crows Landing all weekend (good luck to Yongzhe Wen in Street 4 in his ST; and also to Ryan and Lacey Otis from Scappoose who are taking their RS)
- And I'll be in Medford for Siskiyou Sports Car Club's Spring Enduro.
Ryan won Street 4 and Yongzhe took 3rd of 9 in the same class, and Lacey took 4th of 10 in Ladies Class 3. Those are all trophy positions!- SCCA Pro Solo is at Crows Landing all weekend (good luck to Yongzhe Wen in Street 4 in his ST; and also to Ryan and Lacey Otis from Scappoose who are taking their RS)
8 runs... it was the time of my life behind the wheel of my Focus slaying conesDid you enjoy it? How many runs did PCA do?