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Recap: Driver Training April 9 & 10

April 9 & 10 2022 The Race Drivers Committee of the Sports Car Club hosted the Spring Race Driver Training program. There were 26 students who participated in this class. We had our first Zoom classroom which allowed the students…

Second Driver Training Aug 13 & 14

SCCBC is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a second Race Driver Training Class due to the strong demand. This always popular course will be held on the Aug 13/14 weekend. Register early to avoid disappointment. You can…

SCCBC History and Founding Members

Your club president recently received a call from a lady who was sorting through some of her fathers’ effects. In this collection were some small plaques from 1951. On the plaques were finishing positions of events that were organized and…

2022 Driver Training April 9 & 10

Rev your engines, Prospective Race Drivers! Join the most comprehensive race driver training on the West Coast April 9-10, and earn your way to a CACC Racing License. Spots are Limited – Registration TBA  

In Memory of Chris Manuel

Born in 1951 in Waiuku, New Zealand, Chris was an avid race car enthusiast who loved building and racing cars. He enjoyed going to car rallies in his youth, and his sisters have fond memories of their childhood backyard being…

In Memory of Pete Jadot

Pierre Jadot (Pete), 82 years, passed in November 2021. He was born to Albert and Marcelle Jadot in Ruette, Belgium in August 1939. As a youth, he enjoyed activities such as playing soccer and listening to music. Upon immigrating to…

And this it how you do it folks.

And this it how you do it folks. A picture of club member Duncan Anderson cleaning up the paddock spot he used during the recent Club Member Test and Tune Day. It was a very hot day where it would…

Pit Lane Timing Loop Fixed!

Burning the midnight oil? Or was that epoxy? I bet the racers at the last CACC race did not notice that the pit lane timing loops were not working. Thanks are due to John and Ryan, as they manually worked…

Pit Lane Timing Loop Fixed!

Burning the midnight oil? Or was that epoxy? I bet the racers at the last CACC race did not notice that the pit lane timing loops were not working. Thanks are due to John and Ryan, as they manually worked…

2021 CACC #2 Report

July 24-25 was hot, on track and off. This event welcomed back spectators and they came. Gate admission was by donation to the Mission Hospice Society and it seems folks were generous. Along with the two 50/50 draws the society…