Silver Sage Region Porsche Club of America — May 31st @ Fairgrounds

SRRSCCA Members: Volunteers are needed! All who can help will be given a free entry to a 2014 SRRSCCA event. A free lunch will also be provided. Please contact Robert Terhune ( with your information.

Please join the Silver Sage Region and Porsche of Boise in the pursuit of speed and car control. This experience is full of fun, camaraderie and a great way to make new friends. Come out and learn your car and personal limits. Whether you are a seasoned driver that needs a brush-up, or a novice with a desire to improve basic driving techniques, we can help. Our full day course will be spilt with two distinctive classes.

Driver’s Skills Clinic – We will teach the fundamentals of performance driving in a fun non-competitive setting. This half day course will give instruction in all the basic skills needed to improve your driving to the next level.

Autocross – The second half of the day is reserved for the main event! This is a great way to put the skills you learned in the morning session all together. Put yourself and your car to the test as our instructors offer friendly advice on how to improve your lines and your time around our customized autocross track.

We hope to see you at this exhilarating event that will help raise the level of your driving skills and your heartbeat! Remember all levels of drivers are welcomed to join us! Two drivers per car can be accommodated.

– Saturday, May 31; 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
– Expo Idaho (Fairgrounds), West parking lot (enter from Glenwood) (map)
– $35 per driver, includes lunch

If you have questions, please contact Jonathan Wright ( or 208-340-8363).

Events 2+3 — April 26th/27th @ Fairgrounds

With the first event safely under our belt, we’re diving right into the early stages of the season, and the chase for that ever elusive first place finish.

We’re hoping to see more of you fair weather racers (you know who you are!) out and about, to help the rest of us wiggle those cones.

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8am-4pm, April 26th and 27th at the Expo Idaho Fairgounds, near Glenwood and Chinden, entrance on Midway Drive (Garden City)


Event Pre-Registration is available for SCCA members ONLY. Please note, if you do not have a valid SCCA member number, you will still need your $45 entry free at the event site during morning registration. The cost to also race the second day will only be an additional $30. Not a member? No problem. Everyone is invited to join our Membership, however, being an SCCA member is NOT required to race! Becoming an SCCA member will save you money at every event, and you can participate at the monthly meetings, helping further our club’s efforts.

Are you new to autocross, and interested in racing with us? Have a quick look over our Frequently Asked Questions. We are looking for you beginners! Ever wonder which class your car would fall into? Our Classing guide can help you find out. Want to know what it takes to win a year end trophy? Take a peek at our Qualifying page! As always, feel free to fire away with any questions.

March Meeting Minutes

Regional Executive KP called the meeting to order at 7:00pm.

A motion was made to waive reading of the minutes of the February, 2014, meeting. It was seconded and passed.

Treasurer, Carl Somerton, gave the Treasurer’s Report. A motion was made to accept the report. It was seconded and passed.

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February Meeting Minutes

7:01 pm
Meeting called to order.

7:02 pm
Meeting minutes waived

7:03 pm
Treasurer report waived

7:04 pm
Discussion on drivers school:
Fairly Reliable Bobs interest in sponsoring drivers school. Rep from Fairly Reliable Bobs is present. Purpose of school is to make new drivers familiar with the elements of an autocross course. The Morning is for getting familiar with the elements and the afternoon is used to set up an example course for the drivers use what they have learned.

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February Membership Meeting

Items on the agenda:

– Discussion of a Driver’s School Event sponsored by Fairly Reliable Bob’s.
– The 2014 schedule.
– Our current street tire multiplier, season points system, and participation points: keep, modify, or remove?
– New SCCA Solo classes (“Stock” is now “Street” and “Street-R”)
– Trailer organization and equipment status.
– Altering counted runs. (There has been feedback that only the first 3 runs should count towards season points to align with national events.)

We’re hoping that everyone can attend in order to discuss their viewpoints and a make a vote towards our upcoming season!

Also, we’d like to welcome everyone to take a look at our 2014 schedule if you have not seen it yet! Our calendar lists many popular motor-sport events within our area, including divisional/national level autocross, rallycross, time attack, drift, and hill climb events. Our first local autocross will be on March 29th!

Here’s our first 2014 flyer, featuring the full schedule. Hopefully we will have a few printed out at the meeting. If we can distribute some of them around to local auto businesses or car meets, it would help greatly.

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