NEOHIO wants YOU!
Join us for a Solo Safety Steward Training Seminar on Sunday, March 26th at 9am!
Wait, what is this?
NEOHIO Region Solo Safety Steward Scott Hearne will be presenting to folks interested in becoming a Solo Safety Steward for NEOHIO. You’ll need to be at least 18 years old and an SCCA member. For this class, we’re capping the number of registrants to 30. The class will be hosted by TrackFirst in their new location in Richfield.
Alright, but what’s in it for me?
We cannot run SCCA events without at least one SSS on site, and if there’s only one then that person can’t actually drive. That’s no fun, so the practical requirement is to have at least two fully licensed SSS’s at any SCCA Solo event. Our current pool of Stewards is low, and life happens. By attending this class and becoming a Steward, you help to ensure that NEOHIO continues having events. You also get to be more involved in your region.
Fine, I’ll do it.
Great! We’re excited to have you there! We want to get an accurate headcount, so please register by emailing the Solo Chair. We expect the length of the class to be about 2 hours. Bring something to take notes with.
There better be coffee.
We’re excited to be offering this class, and your Region thanks you!
Ok, but seriously, what’s up with that picture? That looks awful!
Yeah. That’s from an incident involving an inexperienced driver in a car he wasn’t familiar with coming in too hot on a course with a less-than-ideal finish in Portland, OR, April 22, 2007. The white Celica belonged to the SSS on site, and took the initial impact. The Celica spun around and hit the Subaru, which then hit the Audi. No one was injured. The guy in the pink shirt was not the driver. The event did go on. Good times.