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The NNJR region has reserved a 30×30 ft tent for Solo Nationals this year. If you haven’t been to the concrete beach before, having a place in the shade to recharge is an absolute necessity.  Join our Facebook group and comment on the first post if you’ll be going!  This is also where we’ll handle the paddock spaces.

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2015 SCCA National Champion and Rookie of the Year Tamra Hunt walked you through her guide to preparing for an autocross event prior to leaving your house, in: “How to Prepare for Your First Autocross: Part 1.” In this two part series, the focus turns what you should be prepared for upon arrival at the course. –  See more here

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Your “must knows” for preparing to autocross – by Tamra Lee Hunt – 2015 SCCA Solo National Champion See Video Here

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Our family business was founded in 1974 by Marcello Nieto. It is a now being run by Lee Nieto, his son. You can find Lee at some of our NNJR-SCCA events as he is an avid autoxer. We are a shop that has specialized in the repair of German cars since 1973. We rebuild engines and transmissions at our facility, both automatic and manual. Our shop can also diagnose complicated electronic issues and has the ability to program and version code control units for Mercedes, Porsche, and BMW from 1996-2016. We can also handle the repair of classic German cars going

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  By Anthony “Mario” Crea   There has been an enormous amount of R&D being thrown at the development of autonomous vehicles in the last decade or so. The introduction of new technologies such as adaptive radar-based cruise control systems and blind spot monitoring were but incremental steps towards the ultimate goal of creating a self-driving car. Each company that is involved has its own approach towards this future hell on wheels, but one thing is for certain, vehicles controlled by humans is going to be around for a long time to come.   Indeed, driver training and preparedness should

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