Selling my ’14 FR-S modified for SCCA SSC for $17.5k with all parts below. From: Clyde Siazon Contact: email@example.com I am the second owner. Bought the car (certified used) with ~29k miles from a Toyota dealer and now has ~52k miles. No issues or stories. Never in an accident. Oil change every 3k miles with Motul. The car is complete with SSC parts. Currently have 3 sets of wheels,1 set with the SSC spec Falkens, another set for daily with Continentals, and another with Maxxis R1. Reason for selling: Moving and don’t have room for this car. **Will have current
There are lots of Solo related seminars to follow in the comfort of your couch, Solo Safety Steward Training, Safety Stewards – Policies, Procedures & Paperwork, Solo Town Hall, Solo Direction, Goals, & Philosophy, Solo Course Design, Solo Site Acquisition, and Solo Novice Program Development It may look different, but it’s never been easier (or more cost-effective!) to attend the SCCA National Convention. This year, Convention sessions will be held over the course of a month, beginning January 23 and continuing with sessions through February 19. Better yet, it’s at no cost to SCCA members, and sessions can be picked
We have a tentative date set for the 2021 Tire Rack SCCA Pro Solo at Met Life Stadium. What is SCCA Pro Solo? Your First ProSolo So…. Are ya ready to do your first SCCA ProSolo event? Are you a bit anxious? Don’t worry, that’s normal. I remember participating in my first Pro Solo back in 91 and then again in 95, with much anxiety, so I thought I’d spend this article on how to participate in a ProSolo event without getting overwhelmed with all the details! If nothing else, just remember to relax and have a great time no
Congratulations to Ken Houseal, your 2020 Philly SCCA Driver of the Year.
Congratulation to Ken Roller, your 2020 South Jersey SCCA Driver of the Year.