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2017 Club Trophy Recipients

Hey everybody, I just wanted to take a moment to tell you about our Club race trophy winners.

First up is our Driver of the Year.  Our 2017 Club Racer of the Year has wins at Road Atlanta, Barber and Roebling Road plus a  new track record in Formula Mazda. He’s our SARRC rep and a collector of vintage Mazda race cars.
He’s Geoff Knight.
We can’t have a racer of the year without workers and some of our workers are so outstanding they get named Worker of the year.
Our 2017 Race Worker of the Year has been a mentor to many, an ambassador for our region, and he’s been instrumental in the Club’s operation for many years. He’s trained several people as Starters and got them on their way for Divisional and National licenses. He’s taken on jobs in support of the club race that are largely unseen, but very necessary, and his efforts unfortunately, have been taken for granted.

He’s helped me immeasurably and I am forever grateful.

Our 2017 Worker of the Year is Hans Mohnen.
Thanks to you both for a great 2017 season.

2018 Officers & Board Members

We are pleased to announce the ALSCCA Board for 2018 and especially pleased to have some new folks who have stepped forward to serve in Region leadership.

2018 Officers:

  • Regional Executive: Rod Hardiman
  • Assistant Regional Executive: Charles d’Ambrose (continuing to serve but we need a replacement)
  • Treasurer: Mike Wenning
  • Secretary: Matt Ford
  • Club Race Chair: John Waight
  • Solo Co-chairs: Josh Bassett & Cameron Hall
  • Time Trial Chair: Delanie Calhoun
  • RallyCross Chair: Matt Williams
  • Teen Driver Chair: Rod Hardiman
  • Social Media Chair: James Truett

2018 At-Large Board Members:

  • Miles Crabbe
  • Robert Russom
  • Steve Saunders
  • Casey Stallings
  • Andy Tow
  • Nick Vagner


2017 Barber Club Race

Thanks for coming to the 2017 ALSCCA/TVR Barber Club race and Time Trial Championship event!

We're glad you chose to come to our event and we look forward to making our race better with each year.

We appreciate the support!


If you sign up to help out at Club Racing events like this one, there are a few things you might want to do.
Be on time to the Workers Meeting.
You will be getting your work assignment from the worker chief at that meeting.
The tram will be picking people up after the worker meeting to take you to your work station.
1. Bring some water and a snack in a cooler.
2. Bring some sunscreen
3. Bring some rain gear just in case it rains.
4. Bring a pen and a notepad in case you need to write down an incident
5. Wear light colored clothing. Please avoid Red, yellow, Green, Blue or Black shirts. White or tan is best.
6. Sunglasses are very nice to have on a sunny day.
7. Work gloves are good to have
Thank you for your support!


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