Dear new or prospective SCCA member, This letter is to give you a little more information on NEOHIO Region and SCCA. Also included is information on various positions within the Regions Racing, Rally and Solo activities. What is the SCCA? Since 1944, the Sports Car Club of America has been […]

An Open Letter to Prospective Members



Continuing with the fitness topic, here are a few other considerations. Weight We spend a lot of money trying to make our cars lighter: wheels, carbon fiber parts, removing trim, lexan windows… but we rarely think about the driver. I remember a few years ago, Joe Foster spent some time talking […]

Lessons learned: fitness part 2


I prefer writing short posts, so I split this one up to make the reading easier. Most people have a good idea on how to become a better driver: seat time,  attacking corners, braking techniques, dealing with traffic, car modifications, knowing every rule (and how to beat them), but I think […]

Lessons learned: fitness part 1


Tech is a part of every SCCA Solo event and to make your morning a little easier, I’ve put together my tips to make Tech easy. Why Tech? There are two purposes for Tech; Safety & Identification. The main reason for inspecting a vehicle is to make certain that it is ready for the demands […]

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7 Tips to Prep For Solo Tech To Make It ...



So you ran an SCCA Solo event.  You had fun and now you’re looking at the Facebook Pics  that everyone took and you’re searching for the next event to run.  There’s one more item to consider – your car! It’s always a good idea to look over your vehicle after a Solo event.  Also, it’s […]

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6 Tips For Maintaining Your Solo/AutoX Car


If you’re a car enthusiast that participates or is thinking about participating in autox or track days, at some point you’ve heard the term “heel & toe”. If you have mastered this technique, great job! If you don’t know what it is or want some tips that can help you […]

Lessons learned: heel & toe