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Misery Bay has been asked by the Nelson Ledges Track, the Nelson Safety Team, Lake Erie Communications, and Mahoning Valley Region to sanction and organize an SCCA PDX(Performance Driving Experience) at the Annual Nelson Safety Day, Saturday, April 19th. That committee is very excited by the idea. The track has been made available at no cost and Action Ambulance will be participating in the training for free. Fantastic price.
More info HERE
Kind reminder that we have a meeting this Thursday April 3rd @ Cornerstone in Erie East 38th and Pine. Social @ 6 Meeting @ 7!
2014 MBR Region SCCA - 8 Event Season (6 Region, 2 OOR)
OOR @ WNY – May 18th
Event 1 – June 8th
Event 2 – July 6th
OOR @ WNY – July 13th
Event 3 – August 10th
Event 4 – August 24th
Event 5 – September 7th
Event 6 – October 12th
*** It is possible that an Event in April and/or May will be added if a new lot is found and used.
We would like to thank Tires for Less on 26th and Powell (814)836-8779 for the support that they offered to our Solo program this past season. They provide many of our members with tires and service throughout the season. Local sponsors are a wonderful thing to have! Please visit them and tell them Misery Bay SCCA sent you!
Thank You very much for your support!
Here are the MBR Meeting dates for the rest of 2013 and the beginning of 2014. Feel free to join us at 7PM at the Corner Stone Bar and Grill @ East 38th and Pine!
"Solo" is the name used within the SCCA for Autocross.
Solo competition is defined as low speed, participant driving competition where one car at a time negotiates a prescribed course outlined with traffic pylons as quickly and cleanly as possible. During a run, a driver and his/her car are pushed to the limit. A time penalty is added to drivers' times when they hit an outlining pylon. While competing against the clock on the course, a driver is also competing against other drivers in his/her performance category.
Rallies have traditionally included everything from extremely competitive two person teams to families out for an afternoon drive. There is usually a lunch break at the midpoint, and rallies usually end at a spot where food and beverage is available. Regardless of how competitive you are, rallying is a lot of fun if you like to spend time in your car, see some terrific scenery, and and spend time with congenial people.