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June 2013

Volume 58, No. 6

TOP END The Official Publication of the Finger Lakes Region, Sports Car Club of America.

Membership Recognition Picnic and Meetings - Wednesday, June 5 Cusack House, Camp Eastman, Irondequoit, NY (See page 8)

Finger Lakes Region - SCCA Elected Positions

2013 Board of Directors

Regional Executive Michael Toombs............ (585) 328-2617 152 Gillette St. Rochester, NY 14619-2227 Assistant Regional Executive Dave Ciufo .................. (585) 346-5002 6488 Coe Rd. Livonia, NY 14887-9306 Treasurer Elizabeth Thiel ............ (585) 671-9995 Fax (585) 266-0942 753 Klem Rd. Webster, NY 14580 Secretary Marcus Kroll................. (585)563-6206 502 Thornell Rd Pittsford, NY 14534 Activities Director Mary Hartman ............. (585) 426-3288 2840 Chili Ave. Rochester, NY 14624-4807 Directors Chris DeMinco ............ (585) 330-5456 980 Rush Scottsville Rd Rush, NY 14543-9781 Charles Tanck .............. (585) 467-4993 175 Eastgate Drive Rochester, NY 14617-4104 David Avery ..................(585) 415-8003 101 Atlee Drive Greece, NY 14626-3303 Fran McAllister ........... (585) 750-4674 33 Red Bud Rd. Rochester, NY 14624-4717

Appointed Positions Race

Competition Board Fran McAllister............ (585) 750-4674 Dave Ciufo................... (585) 346-5002 Peter Kummer.............. (585) 624-2853 Mary Hartman ............ (585) 426-3288 Charlie Tanck ............ (585) 467-4993 “Westward HO!” Race Chairman Lew Giesy.................... (315) 597-9637 Glen Majors Race Chairmen Chris DeMinco ............ (585) 330-5456 Elizabeth Thiel ............ (585) 671-9995


“FUN ONE” Race Chairman Gary Lippert................. (585) 732-5154 Chief Registrar Marsha Toombs ........... (585) 328-2617 Chief, Timing & Scoring Carl F. Dresie ............... (585) 544-6482 Chief, Flagging and Communication Barbara Lissow............. (585) 773-9712 Chief, Starter John Flowers................ (607) 546-2369 Chief, Grid ........................................................TBA Chief, Pitts and Paddock ........................................................TBA Chief, Scrutineering Bruce Perry................... (585) 382-9234 Chief, Sound Control Jim Craven ................... (585) 889-5363 NYSRRC Representative Mary Hartman.............. (585) 426-3288


Rally Chair ........................................................TBA Interim RoadRally Chair Tom Langdon............... (315) 524-2260 RallyCross Chair Tony Zanni.................. (585) 281-2510


Solo Board Tom Weaver ................ (585) 978-2966 Aretta Stillman .............. (585) 261-0572 Shaun Hallam ................ (585) 455-9607

George Modlin ........... (585) 265-9599

Colin Kingsley ............ (914) 980-9326 Chief Registrar Shaun Hallam ................ (585) 455-9607 Chief, Safety Steward Dave Avery................... (585) 415-8003 Chief, Technical Inspection Jim Hoelscher.............. (585) 247-9596 Chief, Novice Program Greg Turner ................ (585) 637-7045 Chief, Junior Driver Program Brad Fish ....... ............. (585) 392-5283


Chief, Timing & Scoring and Results Tom Weaver ............. (585) 978-2966 Chief, Sound Control Edwin Jeffries ............. (585) 730-2778 Chief, Workers George Modlin ........... (585) 265-9599 Chief, Waivers Tina Reeves ................ (585)429-7613

Administrative Positions

Membership Mike Brunner.............. (585) 752-7233 TOP END Editor Carl Dresie .................. (585) 544-6482 Merchandise Chris McAllister (585) 872-2530(days) Equipment Chairman Alan Blood.................. (585) 242-9039 Regional Historian Lynn Randall............... (585) 451-5298 Webmaster MaryAnne Shults ........ (949) 768-2609

STPR® Motorsports, LLC

Managers Meridith Croucher........ (315) 331-5354 Lewis Giesy.................. (315) 597-9637 Alan Smith ................... (585) 359-4688 Treasurer Joyce Bucknam............ (315) 597-5668

NEDiv Administrative Positions

Area 10 Director John Walsh .................. (585) 546-5670 NEDiv Council Chair   Mike Toombs ........... (585) 328-2617 NEDiv Executive Steward, Race Earl Hurlbut ..................(585) 219-4891 NEDiv RoadRally Steward Steve McKelvie.............(508) 520-7135 NEDiv RallyCross Steward Scott Beliveau...............(603) 524-4305 NEDiv Solo Steward David Newman ........... (610) 433-5690 NEDiv Solo Safety Steward Bruce Bellom ............... (914) 739-6815 Additional positions: see http://www.nediv. com/

June 2013

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EDITOR/ADVERTISING Carl F. Dresie 119 Brookview Dr. Rochester, NY 14617-3903 (585) 544-6482 e-mail: CO-EDITOR/COPY EDITOR Lynn Randall 15 Diana Dr. Scottsville, NY 14546 (585) 889-1289 e-mail: TOP END CIRCULATION Change of Address Notify the SCCA National Office in Topeka and the Membership Chair: Mike Brunner 228 Robert Quigley Dr. Apt-1 Scottsville, NY 14546 (585) 752-7233 e-mail: And/Or: The EDITOR (see above)

Contents RE’s Report............................................4 MayMembership Meeting .................... 4 April BOD Meeting ............................. 5 FLR News ....................................... 5 - 7 Activites Report .............................. 5 Membership News ..................... 6 - 7 Bad e-mail Addresses ...................... 7 Picnic Flyer .......................................... 8 Race ...................................................... 9 Rally ..................................................... 9 Solo ............................................ 10 - 12 RallyCross ................................... 13 - 14 Classified Ads .................................... 14 Membership Application .. Inside back cover Calendar .............................. Back Cover

Cover Photo: Chris Morton placed first in the April 28 Solo event at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Chris was Top Pax, Raw and Pro in both the April 28 Solo and the May 5 event. Michael Bush Photo:


Adam Ptince brought out a 1966 AH Sprite to the April 28 Solo event. Solo isn’t for the young (new) only. Michael Bush Photo: 3

REPort Mike Toombs Regional Executive

Our next race is the BF Goodrich Tires Super Tour. Talk about a major bit of work. I’m not sure Chris DeMinco would have volunteered to chair the race if he had known how much work was involved. But Chris has worked out many different issues and has been able to come up with a plan that everyone is excited about. As it has been said many times – be there or be square! On that note…. Until next month. Mike

Meeting Minutes Last month I spent a lot of time preaching and I told myself that I wouldn’t do it this month. The greater Rochester area has a ton of things to do year round. This past month Marsha and I made our yearly trip to the Lilac Festival. First we grab dinner and then we walk around the park looking at the lilacs or should I say smelling the lilacs. To me there is nothing better than the smell of lilacs. During the summer there are plenty of opportunities to get out and see the various music festivals and craft shows.

Finger Lakes Region, SCCA General Membership Meeting Minutes

May 7, 2013

Location: Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY 14617 Mike Toombs called the meeting to order at 8:13 Motion to approve the April meeting minutes by Charlie Tanck, seconded by Chris DeMinco - approved

What else do we have? We have races at Watkins Glen and Nelson Ledges, solo events at RIT, RallyCross at Perry’s Park and Road Rallies all around town. There is no reason for anyone to be sitting home with nothing to do. If you find yourself with some free time, could you stop by my house and mow the lawn?

Treasurer's Report • Elizabeth was not present • Had to tap into savings to pay the rental for the July 5-7 Glen event

Our first race of the season is this month. We have made over 10 trips to Nelson Ledges to run our Westward Ho! race. They are a great group of people out there and we always have a good time. If you aren’t competing maybe you should stop out and lend a hand, we could always use the help.

Race (Lew Giesy & Chris DeMinco) • We have one entry for Westward Ho! • Supertour is on schedule: supps approved, groupings not figured out yet - need car counts • Going to meet and start planning the Fun One


Solo (Tom Weaver) • 104 at first RIT event • 76 at second RIT event • Everyone had fun at both events


Rally (Carl Dresie) • No charity rally at STPR® • Discussing end of summer event • Some members worked a nonSCCA charity event benefitting Patrick Place: Lynn Randall was rallymaster Membership (Mike Toombs) • Up 11 members over April 2013 to 429 • S o l o p r o g r a m s h o u l d k e e p memberships rising Activities (Mary Hartman) • Top social events from a survey are: results will be in the next top end • #1 - Cruise Night, considering Log Cabin on June 26 • #2 - Daytona 500 Party (already occurred) • #3 - Canal/Lake Cruise - Harbor Bell does a reasonable fall foliage tour • #4 - Winery Tour – Lynn Randall is planning a social rally to Bully Hill on October 19th • #5 - Gathering to watch Formula 1? • Planning a membership recognition picnic Wednesday June 5th at Cusack House, Camp Eastman • Old Driver's picnic August 24th at Moose Lodge Meetings • Move general membership meeting date in July 10 Old Business • Several volunteers for Webmaster • Need volunteers from each activity group to assist in communications committee Motion to adjourn at 8:50 by Mary Hartman, seconded by Tom Weaver Respectfully submitted, Marcus Kroll, Secretary

June 2013

Finger Lakes Region, SCCA Board of Directors Meeting Minutes April 30, 2013 Location: Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY 14617 Mike Toombs called the meeting to order at 7:45 p.m. Officers and directors present: Mike Toombs, Regional Executive; Dave Ciufo, Assistant Regional Executive; Marcus Kroll, Secretary; Elizabeth Thiel, Treasurer; Mary Hartman, Activities Director; Chris DeMinco, Fran McAllister and Charlie Tanck, Directors Others present: Carl Dresie, Top End Editor; and Tom Weaver, Solo Chair Marcus moved to approve March minutes, Dave seconded - approved. Finance Committee Report • The budget is a 2 year cycle. Based on when we get events, we either make money or lose money in that year. National events keep us afloat. • We all understand the need to profit. • Cut costs vs. increase revenue? • Issue with race entries declining every year • Consider combining with Central / Western / Glen region for events? • Experimental solo combination for 2014 Solo • Sunday’s event went great, good weather, 104 entries, we made money. • Sold 37 t-shirts. Previously had given them away for free. • Everyone liked the course. • Many people expressed displeasure at the new “no ride alongs” rule. • Delphi event date will be changed to accommodate Buffalo

2013 June

Race • Have not signed contracts or paid yet • Majors are on track • No guests allowed on victory laps • We need over 250 entries to be financially comfortable • We’ll consider covering alcohol at the parties if we have enough entrants Activities • Membership picnic in June • Old driver’s picnic at Moose Lodge • Cruise night at Log Cabin • Evening dinner at Charlotte with a free concert? • Harbor Bell cruise? • Auburn has winery tours by boat. • These events will all break even Old Business • Murph’s is getting crowded, considering new locations: Rohrbachs? Pizza Uno? Treasurer’s Report • Had to go into reserves to pay for some things • Mary moved to approve, Marcus seconded - approved New Business • Medals for winners are cheaper than trophies or cups Motion to adjourn by Marcus at 9:15, seconded by Tom - adjourned Respectfully submitted, Marcus Kroll, Secretary



FLR News


53 RESPONDANTS Mary Hartman, Activities Director Social activities of interest by votes: 35 Gather at car shows (at local restaurants, parks, etc.)__Log Cabin in Macedon 27 Daytona 500 party 27 Canal or lake boat ride/dinner cruise 25 Winery tour 23 23 Other race related TV viewing parties ex: Austin F1, Indy 500, Daytona 24 hr., F1 17 Meet at local restaurant to bench race ex: _ ______________________________ 14 C a s i n o t r i p ( B u ff a l o , U t i c a , Canandaigua, Batavia) 11 Softball/ volleyball picnic 11 Putt-putt golf 10 Bowling party 7 Card party (poker, pinochle, rummy, euchre, _________________________) 7 Horse racing: Finger Lakes Race Track/ Batavia Downs 6 Hockey/baseball Other suggested activities: Old drivers Picnic; Group to Hockey Game/ Red Wings; kids event of some kind (for children) Activities scheduled to date: #1 Car show – Gather at the Log Cabin in Macedon on Wednesday June 26th; cars begin to gather after 4:00 and stay till dusk; food and music available #2 Daytona 500 party – February next year #3 Canal or boat ride – to be scheduled in Oct on a Saturday with the Harbor Town Belle in Charlotte, down the Genesee River Gorge – Fall Foliage tour #4 Winery tour – will be done in conjunction with a social rally to Bully Hill Winery Oct 19th – Lynn R is rally master #5 Other race viewing on TV – will monitor TV listing in the fall for the F1 race in Austin in November 5

Membership News and Information Welcome to the Finger Lakes Region, SCCA Gus Anderson First Gear Solo Web Site Ethan Ausburn First Gear Jeffrey Edward, Jessica, Casey, Dylan and Cullen Bock Family Club and Pro Racing Web Site Eric Filion First Gear Solo Web Site Frederic G Folsom Regular Rally and Solo Web Site

Norman Frisch Regular Radim` Hlidek Regular Solo Web Site Brett Hodgeman First Gear Cary R Holdsworth Regular Solo Web Site Morgan Humes Regular Club Racing and Solo Web Site Brandee Jack Family Solo Web Site Matthew Kremers Regular Club Racing and Solo Web Site Eric Kutil First Gear

Philip J. Lepel Regular Club Racing, Rally and Solo Web Site Jonathan Moriarty First Gear Solo Family Conversions Matthew Mullard Regular Phil Nguyen First Gear Adam Prince Regular Dylan Pudiak First Gear Robert Reid Regular Remo Ruscitti First Gear Pro Racing Michael Scholl First Gear Celleste Sergio Family Family Conversions Peter Simon First Gear Christopher Surrosco First Gear Bradley M Talbot First Gear Mike Westervelt First Gear

Welcome back Brian Cass

Don't forget to renew Bennett F Amberger Tom Arter David W Avery Kim K Avery Elizabeth Avery Brian D Barlow David Bergeron Andy Blake Evan B Brent 6


June 2013

Jeffrey T Colegrove Stefan Colegrove Marc A Docteur Lucinda Dodson Mark Eksten Robert Fleischer Gregory William Fotiades, Jr. Karl J Haltiner, Jr. Mary K Hartman Brandon Holb Kai Kao Bradley Michael Kirsch Peter Kummer James Michael Lembach, Jr. Ryan P Lynch Christopher McCarthy Eduardo Mello Todd Miller Sage Miller Connor Miller

James F Nolan Nathan Anthony Pacelli Tom Palmer Patrick Petrillo Alice Petrillo Wesley P Pluta Tyler Porter Tashko Sarakinov Christopher Schiffner Corey G Shepardson James D Smith Ari L Straus James E Tyo John R Williamson Alf Zeller

Bad E-Mail Addresses The following members have non-functioning e-mail addresses on file with the national SCCA office Please log on to your account at - /member login and correct you e-mail address. Colby James Barlow David Bergeron...................... James Biscoe Gregory M Hogan ..................... Roy Hopkins ........................... Jerry Kerwin .......................... Elizabeth B Krueger Debra Lisena-Tyo ....................... James E McBride Tim and Rhonda Rizzo ......................... Robert A Rodd Diane G Swinehart ............................. Anna Chris Allan Thompson Gregory H Turner ........................ Dagny C Williams

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Finger Lakes Region, SCCA

Membership Recognition Picnic All are encouraged to join in the fun.

Wednesday, June 5 - 6 p.m. ‘til 10?

at Cusack House, Camp Eastman, Irondequoit, NY

Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided Bring your own beverage and a dish to pass There is no charge, However we do need a head count,

Contact: Mary Hartman (585)426-3288 /


Directions from the Goodman exit on Route 104/Keeler Expressway (A) to Camp Eastman, Cusack House (B): NRI


Overall Delta Dist. Dist.


Comments North at the Goodman exit From the east


From the west





Straight to cross Ridge Rd. onto Kings Highway South




Straight to cross Titus Ave. onto Kings Highway North Watch for turkeys, deer and painted horses.




Left onto Lakeshore Blvd.




Left into Camp Eastman




Cusack House on right


June 2013

Race Fran McAllister Competition Board Chair

FINGER LAKES REGION, SCCA, INC. June 22-23, 2013 RESTRICTED DOUBLE REGIONAL “Westward Ho” SANCTION 13-RR-2512-S,13-RR-2781-S and 13-E-2782-S This event is Held under the 2012 SCCA General Competition Rules, its amendments and the Supplemental Regulations. Nelson Ledges Race Course is 2 miles long. EVENT CLASSIFICATION: SCCA Restricted Double Regional Race Meeting eligible for both NYSRRC and KRYDERACING points. Any competitor entering this race will qualify for a 10% discount at our double regional "Fun One" at Watkins Glen International in September!!

Rally Tom Langdon Interim Rally Chair

2013 June

Rally Meeting Notes

May 14, 2013 96 Church Street, Victor, NY These notes are grouped by subject, not in chronological order. The following six RoadRally and RallyCross enthusiasts were present; Rick Barnes, Carl Dresie, Ben Gilmore, Jerry Kerwin and John Werner. Social, Summer and Fall Rallies Lynn Randall has a fall foliage rally to the Bully Hill winery scheduled for Oct. 19. STPR® The charity rally run as part of the Susquhannock Trail Performance Rally® weekend has been cancelled. Declining attendance and the conflict with Friday’s STPR schedule is the reason for not running the charity rally. The Central New York Region will be running an RallyCross at the Fairgrounds on Sunday, June 2. Miscellaneous Discussions Ben recently drove the Nurburgring,


Nordschleife circuit, the 20.8 km (12.9 mi – 70+ turn) long old section dating from 1927. One lap was made first in a Suzuki Swift and then in a VW Scirocco rented from Rent Race Car Nurburgring ( Videos of both laps along with pictures and other short videos of the grounds were shown. Track video was taken by Pam from the passenger’s seat. “Driving rules for the Nurburgring Nordschleife 1. Overtaking only on the left side, 2. If you realize a car or motorcycle coming closer from behind please keep right let them pass (Stay right when being overtaken and use your turn signals to let them know you see them.), 3. Don’t fight, this is not a race, 4. Dangerous areas in the road are to be passed slowly and carefully (30 mph), 5. Manual gear boxes, please change gears carefully, don’t use force on the gear lever. Rent Race Car telephone 0049 (0) 26 91 93 1770.” John commented that the “interesting” part of Lacey Rd. has had the trees removed.


Solo Tom Weaver Solo Chair

Finger Lakes Region Solo Series Event Results: # 1 - RIT - 2013-04-28 Total Registered: 104, with Times: 104 Top Times Of Day Time Raw time 43.561 35.981 Pax Prepared 38.413 Touring 37.921


# 1 1 74 7

Driver Chris Morton Chris Morton David Dill Luke Locklin

1T 2T

SMF 83 Norman Frisch SMF 3 Marcus Kroll SM 129 Tim Moriarty SM 29 Bill Hicks SM 86 Corey Shepardson STF 7 Luke Locklin STU 8 Paul Smith STX 123 Melvin Dillon STX 72 Timothy Norton STR 95 Mark Seelbinder STU 29 Andy Cocilova STS 11 David Prior STS 1 Mark Prior STR 4 Duane Myers STX 111 Chad Rioux STX 89 Dave Kaser

Pro Road Tire Junior Kart Novic

Time 35.981 37.988 46.102 39.989


# 1 91 7 69

Driver Chris Morton George Modlin Maggie Hall Matthew Kremers

Road Tire Street Modified Indexed

1T 2T 3T 4T

3 4 5

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Plc Cls



Year/Make/Model Pro Indexed

1T 2T 3T 4T 5T 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

DS 1 Chris Morton CS 127 David Potocki STX 11 Brett Wallace CS 27 Michael Potocki SMF 4 Radim Hlidek CSP 33 Mike Toombs ES 155 Tom Weaver CSP 216 Alan Smith CSP 89 George Little DS 13 Doug Hall DS 31 Heidi Hall ES 55 Shaun Hallam FSP 84 Scott Adriaansen ESP 70 John Cass

1T 2T 3T 4T 5T 6T 7T 8T 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27


91 57 14 202 7 500 5 25 16 89 66 97 9 82 79 50 31 67 33 42 81 30 72 46 88 23 17

1T ESP 17 Michael Bush 2T ESP 170 Brian Cass 3 DSP 25 Josh Taylor


2012 Hasbro Milenium Flacon 2013 Scion FR-S 2013 Toyobaru BBFRZS 2013 Scion FR-S 1995 Honda Civic 1994 Mazda Miata 1994 Mazda Miata Mazda Miata 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2010 Mini Clubman S 2010 Mini Clubman S 1994 Mazda Miata 1979 VW Rabbit 2013 Borrowed Mustang

43.561 44.358 45.648 45.535 44.608 44.419 46.346 45.247 45.433 47.581 48.255 48.212 47.924 48.643

35.981 36.994 37.750 37.976 38.006 38.244 38.374 38.957 39.117 39.301 39.858 39.919 40.160 41.297

2009 Pontiac Solstice 1990 Honda Civic GT3RS 2010 Mini Cooper 1998 Acura Integra Type R 2008 Mazda 3 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth 2013 Ford Focus 2011 BMW 328xi 2011 Subaru STI 2012 Mini Cooper S

2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS nonSC 2007 Mini Cooper S 1967 MG B 2013 Scion FRS 1992 Mazda Miata 1985 BMW 535i 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 1995 Chevrolet Corvette 2007 BMW 335i E93 1991 Toyota Camry 2012 Mini Cooper S 2006 Mini Cooper S

45.550 47.442 47.697 46.627 48.474 47.929 48.274 49.048 48.705 47.697 48.977 48.624 49.999 50.028 49.516 50.766 50.352 52.305 50.486 51.463 51.528 50.797 51.009 52.197 53.111 53.658 54.878

37.988 38.143 38.348 38.513 38.973 39.110 39.391 40.023 40.230 40.304 40.455 41.087 41.299 41.323 41.841 41.425 41.590 42.053 42.105 42.611 42.768 43.025 43.102 43.114 43.338 44.321 45.329

2006 Pontiac GTO 2013 Ferd Mustang 2011 Mazdaspeed 3

46.929 39.842 49.640 42.144 50.855 43.481

Road Tire Stock Indexed

George Modlin Robert Day Greg Turner Eric Kutil Colin Kingsley Jeff Guerdat Jen Arena Bill Connors Gillian Pielow Dan Mount Aretta Stillman Christopher Messenger Jason Cleary Tyler Porter Joseph Welch Robert Pozniakas Morgan Humes David Avery Rob Reid Evan McCool Chris Steele Dave Ciufo Karl Henry Doug Krasucki Brenton Shepardson Keith Crossley JEFF LOOP

Best Time Pax

2010 Mazda Speed3 2008 BMW 135i Coupe

Road Tire Street Prepared Indexed

1T 2T 3 4 5 6


74 342 14 13 7 1

David Dill Mike Stutzman James Hoelscher William Mapstone Joe Kwiatkowski Andrew Mullard


7 Maggie Hall


7 Evan Fish


5 Ryan Fish

1T 2T 3T 4T 5T 6T 7T 8T 9T 10T 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

GS 69 Matthew Kremers DS 9 Sam Dragos BS 15 Mike Westervelt STX 42 Noah Bast STX 56 Sean Havens ASP 6 Peter Simon HS 27 Dylan Pudiak DS 13 Kate Hall GS 74 Andrew Heyman BSP 2 David Dallesandro HS 22 Ethan Ausburn DS 83 Andrew Durgin GS 12 Jonathan Moriarty STF 14 Randal Hill BS 7 Yaroslav Tretyak DSP 19 Tim Young GS 20 Mike Scholl DS 48 Brad Talbot STX 1 Phil Nguyen SM 23 Chris Surrosco STX 924 Matthew Filion STX 923 Eric Filion BS 11 Blair Anderson CS 8 Keith Kosco BS 151 Blake Bibby SM 25 nick twentyfive BS 51 John Gallagher GS 10 Vaidotas Jasinevicius ES 9 Joanne Heckmann DS 21 Don Theodorou FSP 76 Devin Colbert HS 34 Kenneth Williams RN HS 50 Adam Prince STS 57 Cary Holdsworth


1993 Honda Del ROGL 1993 Honda del Sol 1991 BMW 1991 BMW 318is 1984 Toyota Corolla 2004 Mazda 6 1995 BMW M3 2004 BMW 330i 2003 Volkswagen Jetta GLI 2003 Honda S2000 2002 Pontiac Trans Am 1990 Mazda Miata 1990 Mazda Miata 2002 Honda S2000 2010 Subaru WRX

46.727 46.738 47.257 49.238 50.592 47.7 45.991 47.359 47.546 46.968 46.87 48.082 49.123 49.131 50.653 51.841

39.811 39.82 40.971 42.689 43.863 37.921 38.908 39.165 39.32 39.406 39.652 39.86 40.723 41.22 41.89 42.872

1964 Triumph Spitfire 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra 1988 Chevrolet Camaro 1974 Jaguar XJ6L 1993 Mazda RX7 2002 BMW M3

45.192 45.949 46.104 46.612 46.815 49.014

38.413 39.608 39.741 41.997 42.180 42.985

Genesis Kart Genesis

46.102 40.523

Intrepid Kart

53.741 45.249

Gold Kart

87.676 65.143

Ford Mustang 2012 BMW 128i 2001 Honda S2000 2009 Infiniti G37x Coupe 2003 Subaru WRX 2008 BMW 335xi 2002 Saturn 2010 Mini Clubman S 2008 Honda Civic Si 2003 Nissan 350z 2009 Ford Focus 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX 1995 BMW 318 ti 2012 Ford Fiesta 2012 Mitsubishi evolution 2011 Subaru WRX 2010 VW GTI 2011 Mercedes C300 2006 BMW 330xi 1995 BMW 318is 1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR4 1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 2013 Ford Shelby GT500

49.007 49.941 49.142 50.891 51.077 48.816 52.883 51.477 52.713 50.600 54.158 52.746 53.649 55.351 52.131 51.580 54.349 53.871 54.139 51.657 54.262 55.141 54.147 54.912 54.564 53.219 54.918 57.308 57.666 58.262 58.616 61.250 61.832 62.158

Prepared Indexed

Junior Kart A Junior Kart B

Junior Kart C

Novice Indexed

2001 Honda s2000 2005 Subaru legacy gt 2001 Honda S2000 2012 VW GTI 2006 Mazda Miata 2007 BMW 335i 1995 Nissan Hardbody 2008 Honda Civic LX Coupe 66 Austin Healey Sprite 6 1988 Mazda RX-7

June 2013

39.989 41.251 41.525 42.086 42.240 42.274 42.517 42.520 43.013 43.414 43.543 43.568 43.777 44.004 44.050 44.100 44.348 44.497 44.773 44.786 44.874 45.601 45.754 45.796 46.106 46.140 46.405 46.763 47.747 48.124 49.120 49.245 49.712 51.529

Finger Lakes Region Solo Series Event Results: # 2 - RIT - 2013-05-05 Total Registered: 76, with Times: 76

Plc Cls



1T 2T 3T 4T 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

DS 1 Chris Morton GS 57 Tim Whalen STX 11 Brett Wallace ES 155 Tom Weaver SMF 4 Radim Hlidek DS 70 John Cass STU 89 George Little CSP 133 Brian Reeves CSP 33 Mike Toombs ES 55 Shaun Hallam SM 26 Kyle Barbauld

1T 2T 3T 4T 5T 6T 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20


1T 2T 3 4

ESP 17 Michael Bush ESP 170 Brian Cass DSP 25 Josh Taylor ESP 180 Garick Tischler

17 14 2 63 27 202 91 222 127 24 25 16 7 66 33 9 89 42 67 72

Best Time Pax

Year/Make/Model Pro Indexed

2012 Hasbro Milenium Flacon 13 Ford Focus ST 2013 Toyobaru BBFRZS 1994 Mazda Miata 1995 Honda Civic 2013 Borrowed Mustang 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse 94 Miata Miata 1994 Mazda Miata 2013 Cadillac ATS

50.852 51.947 52.310 52.397 50.993 52.953 52.517 52.792 53.191 55.661 59.898

42.003 42.388 43.260 43.384 43.446 43.739 44.429 45.453 45.797 46.087 51.931

Mazda 3 2010 Mini Cooper 06 MINI 2008 Mini Cooper S Conver 2013 Scion FR-S 1998 Acura Integra Type R 2009 Pontiac Solstice 06 MINI 2013 Scion FRS 2012 Volkswagen GTI 2013 Ford Focus 2011 BMW 328xi Mazda 3 2012 Mini Cooper S 2013 Scion FRS 2010 Mazda Speed3 2011 Subaru STI Mazda Miata 1967 MG B 1995 Chevrolet Corvette

55.057 55.120 55.558 54.274 53.771 54.390 54.283 56.639 54.677 56.185 56.214 57.045 59.066 58.170 57.659 58.401 57.499 59.228 62.320 60.690

44.265 44.316 44.668 44.830 44.845 44.926 45.272 45.537 45.600 45.847 45.870 47.119 47.489 48.048 48.087 48.239 48.586 49.040 50.105 51.283

2006 Pontiac GTO 2013 Ferd Mustang 2011 Mazdaspeed 3 06 Subaru WRX

54.819 56.048 58.013 58.705

46.541 47.584 49.601 49.840

1993 Honda Del ROGL 1994 Acura integra

54.225 46.199 55.436 47.231

Road Tire Stock Indexed

Marcus Kroll Greg Turner Anthony Cuzzacrea Dan Wilcox Michael Potocki Eric Kutil George Modlin Ryan Wypych David Potocki Anton Moore H William Connors II Gillian Pielow Colin Kingsley Aretta Stillman Rob Reid Jason Cleary Dan Mount Evan McCool David Avery Karl Henry

Road Tire Street Prepared Indexed

Road Tire Street Modified Indexed


3 Norman Frisch 86 Corey Shepardson

Street Touring Indexed

1T 2T 3 4 5 6


1T 2T 3 4 5 6


342 74 14 13 7 11

1T 2

Mark Seelbinder Erik Voelkle Timothy Norton Andy Cocilova Duane Myers David Prior

2003 Honda S2000 09 MINI Cooper S 2003 Volkswagen Jetta GLI 2002 Pontiac Trans Am 2002 Honda S2000 1990 Mazda Miata

53.033 54.063 55.398 54.370 57.307 60.549

44.494 44.710 45.814 45.997 48.081 50.195

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra 1964 Triumph Spitfire 1988 Chevrolet Camaro 1974 Jaguar XJ6L 1993 Mazda RX7 1990 Honda Civic GT3RS

51.534 53.531 55.627 53.602 53.633 58.261

44.422 45.501 47.950 48.295 48.323 52.493

CR6 Intrepid Kart

59.304 49.934 59.389 50.005

Gold Kart



57.348 59.483 60.510 58.021 60.208 60.386 57.994 61.796 59.051 61.188 59.091 61.614 62.323 59.519 61.236 64.656 61.061 62.022 66.506 66.104 67.615 73.140 73.388 87.112

47.426 48.538 48.650 49.085 49.731 50.120 50.280 50.425 50.488 50.663 50.759 51.386 51.541 51.603 51.744 51.983 52.207 53.028 55.133 55.395 55.850 58.804 66.122 71.083

Prepared Indexed

Mike Stutzman David Dill James Hoelscher William Mapstone Joe Kwiatkowski Robert Day

44 Connor Miller 7 Evan Fish

1T 1T 2T 3T 4T 5T 6T 7T 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

95 5 72 29 4 11

5 Ryan Fish STX 222 Nick Chudy GS 20 Mike Scholl HS 95 Aaron Slawicz STU 7 Matthew Zakhary DS 31 Brandee Jack FS 82 Richard Forrester SM 25 Nick Twenty Five GS 74 Andrew Heyman DSP 52 Rob Barron ES 9 Joanne Heckmann SS 44 Ray Matsuba CS 8 Keith Kosco STX 42 Noah Bast SM 23 Chris Surrosco BS 11 Blair Anderson HS 30 Adrian Martin DSP 19 Tim Young DSP 91 Ian Wilson STS 57 Cary Holdsworth FSP 76 Devin Colbert DS 59 Frederic Folsom HS 34 Kenneth Williams RN XP 111 Jim Day GS 41 John Speicher

Junior Kart B

Junior Kart C

Novice Indexed

2010 VW GTI 12 Mazda 2 98 M3 2012 Subaru wrx Camaro 2005 Subaru legacy gt 2008 Honda Civic 11 Mazdaspeed 3 2006 Mazda Miata 06 Corvette Z06 2009 Infiniti G37x Coupe 1995 BMW 318is 2013 Ford Shelby GT500 2004 Subaru Impreza 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX 1971 Datsun 510 1988 Mazda RX-7 94 Nissan TRUCK 2009 Mini S 2008 Honda Civic LX Coupe 1987 RX7 2005 Subaru LEGACY 2.5I

Top Times Of Day Time 50.852 Raw time 42.003 Pax 44.422 Prepared 44.494 Touring 42.003 Pro 44.265 Road Tire Junior Kart 59.304 47.426 Novic


# 1 1 342 95 1 17 44 222

Driver Chris Morton Chris Morton Mike Stutzman Mark Seelbinder Chris Morton Marcus Kroll Connor Miller Nick Chudy

Conner Miller edged Evan Fish by 0.085 seconds in FLB at the May 5 Solo event. Michael Bush Photo:

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Marcus Kroll First in Road Tire Stock on May 5 Michael Bush Photo;

Btian Reeves beat Mike Toombs by 0.099 seconds at the May 5 Solo. Michael Bush Photo;

Nick Chuddy First in Novice on May 5 Michael Bush Photo;



June 2013

RallyCross Toni Zanni RallyCross Chair

The Idiot’s Guide to RallyCross

By Victor Prinzim There’s a joke we have about RallyCross, you either need a $200 car or a $20,000 car. The truth is you only really need to know Jim Perrin*. Another joke, but, in this case half true. RallyX, for short, is just like autocross, only on dirt, and in our regions case, a lot less cones.** It’s about car control, finding the best line, and most importantly, consistency. But, who are we kidding here; we love RallyX for the dirt, the speed, and sliding sideways around corners. I know what you’re saying, this sounds awesome! Here are a few pointers to get you started. THE COURSE. RallyX is usually run on dirt, gravel, or a combination of dirt/gravel and tarmac depending on the site. The Finger Lakes Region’s course is all dirt in an empty farmer’s field we know as Perry’s Park in Leicester, NY (BIG THANK YOU to Bruce Perry). The course set up runs between 5 and 9 tenths of a mile pretty long for a 10 acre plot of land. The course is also on a hill, which means there are elevation changes,

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which you rarely see in AutoX, and adds to the challenge. Our Championship Series runs from June to February. Yup, we play in the snow! We also run rain or shine or snow, as long as it’s not a detriment to our course. Over the last few years our course has been smoothing out. After last season’s championship though it’s a little worse for wear. Being dirt though, it’s bumpy gets rutted up, and when it rains, it gets muddy and smooths back out. We love Perry’s Park and are grateful to have it, but we’re always looking for new locations to run. So if you have 10+ acres of fairly open land and don’t mind a bunch of cars kicking up dust (and mud on occasion) drop our RallyX chairman Tony Zanni an email tony@ or SCORING. Just like a pro rally - all times are combined to determine the winner. There’s a fancy word for it like cumulative or something but I’m not good at Scrabble. Consistency is the key. Fastest time of day (FTD) doesn’t mean a thing (ok, there are bragging rights involved, but it doesn’t determine the winner). Penalties will be handed out for any cone hit, or and off course excursions you might have. Better to hit a cone than miss it and go off course. Cone penalties are 6 seconds, where the penalty for going off course is 3 minutes. THE CARS. If you have a lowered car and try to run at any speed, you will likely tear off both of your bumpers. Our course is in a field with a few bumps here and there. This is where the joke comes in, a lot of people will get an old $500 Subaru, or Honda, and go beat the hell out of it driving RallyX. Others will build rally spec cars, cages, upgraded suspension, tires the works. Some show up with a bone stock daily driver. Any way you decide to go is fine. (Trucks can be allowed, but require prior approval of the RallyX Chair). For those that want to use your daily driver, or are new to the sport, some tips. AIR PRESSURE. AIR PRESSURE. AAIR PRESSURE. You will not pass


tech inspection without a minimum of 40 lbs. of pressure in all four tires. Rolling a bead due to low pressure can result in terrible things. Roll-overs, while very uncommon, can happen, and in almost all cases, they involve a tire debeading. They can easily be avoided though with Air Pressure, and sensible driving. TIRES. TIRES. TIRES. Snow tires work best. The favorite among our drivers are Firestone Winterforce tires. They have a good aggressive tread that bites into the dirt. Hancook iPikes work great too. But any tire with a good aggressive tread on it will work. All-season tires will work on dry summer days, but in the wet and or mud they are useless and won’t get you past tech. Mostly because we don’t want to spend all day towing you out of the field. OTHER IMPORTANT BITS Similar to AutoX, all loose items have to be removed from the car prior to your first run. The car must be in good working order, good shocks, springs, struts, what have you. Ball joints, wheel bearings, steering, and brakes should be in good working order. Your car shouldn’t be leaking any fluids. Windows are a requirement. The battery must be securely bolted into the car. Some people will bolt on skid plates to protect the oil pan from rocks or sticks, although not a requirement it is a good idea to install one if you plan to run a lot of events. THE DRIVERS/WORKERS. Be prepared to get dirty. RallyCross events are Run/Work. When you’re not driving you’re working the course. This can be anything from timing start and finish to working a safety station shagging cones. Good shoes, gloves, a dust mask, rain gear, sunscreen, and bug spray are all good ideas. Most importantly, water. Stay hydrated. KEEP YOUR NOGGIN SAFE. Straight from the SCCA rule book. All helmets meeting the latest or two immediately preceding Snell Foundation standards (SA2010, SAH2010, SA2005, SA2000, M2010, M2005, M2000, K2010, K2005, K98), SFI standards 31.1, 41.1, 31.1A, 31.2A, 41.1A, 41.2A or British spec BS6658-85 type A/FR are acceptable. Loaners meeting above requirements are available the day of the event. OTHER THINGS THAT WE KNOW THAT YOU MIGHT NOT. Bring a tarp to unload all your tools, spare tires, jacks, whatever you might have in your car. Make sure it’s a good size tarp in case it rains; you can just cover all your gear with the same one and keep it all nice and dry. Bring rain gear; even if it says it’s not going to rain, my experience, it’s a rally


anything can happen. Gloves, dust mask, water, tools, a jack whatever you think you need to go racing, excuse me rallying. We run in all sorts of weather but in the dry summer heat it gets dusty. If you don’t like your lungs filled with dirt bring a bandana or dust mask to help with it. RALLYX BOARD. If this sounds like a good weekend to you, we suggest getting more involved. Jim Perrin and Tony Zanni are a 2-man show running this series. We get help at events from the regulars, but it’s still a lot of work. We’d love to have your help. We always need Safety Stewards, and help running registration. Timing and scoring chiefs, worker manager, lunch chef, tech inspectors, course designers, media planners, cone cleaners (kidding). Like I said, it takes a lot to put one of these on; we’d love to have you helping us out. SIMPLE, RIGHT? Hopefully this helps you understand what to expect at a RallyCross. I did however leave out the best part. We have a good group of guys that run every month. We help each other out when thing go haywire. We’re all a little wacky. We have fun. And best of all with a paid entry fee we feed you hot dogs and hamburgers every event. And at the end of the year we have the best trophies, as long as we know 3-4 people with blown up engines we can steal pistons from. See you on course. NEWBIE BASICS, GET OUT AND HAVE FUN. Let’s make this as simple as possible. Show up to the event by 9a.m. Clean out your car, register, driver’s meeting is at 10:00. We do a parade lap for everyone to see the course. Then we split into 2 groups, 1 works while the other runs. Do X number of runs (usually between 4 and 6), and then report for your work assignment so the other group can do their runs. Break for lunch for about 45 minutes. Then, back out on course for another repeat of the morning (with hopefully more runs!). At the end, clean up a little, and hang around for results. We are usually done by 4pm. • Don’t have a car? That’s ok, contact Jim Perrin!* • Don’t know how to drive? That’s also ok! We have instructors that you can ride with, and will ride along with you. All you have to do is ask! • Don’t have a helmet? We have loaners available!


• Not an SCCA Member? It’s ok, membership isn’t required! • Your car isn’t modified for RallyX? Nonsense! FTD is routinely set by a bone stock Subaru Outback Sport with 200k miles on it…or in some cases…a stock FWD car!!! So now that you have no excuse, we’ll see you at our first event June 29th. For more information or to volunteer, contact Tony Zanni at 585-281-2510 or For official rules: http://scca.cdn. RallyCross%20Rules-Revised%204-232013.pdf * Jim Perrin graciously makes available a car or two for people to drive at minimal expense (a few bucks for gas is all that’s asked). They are available on a first come, first serve basis, so contact him as soon as you know you are coming to the event – ** RallyCross in our sense of the sport is like Solo, one car on the course at a time, or at one minute intervals. Global RallyX is a series with fully prepared Rally Cars, with full safety features including roll cages 5 point harnesses, etc… where there are multiple cars on track at the same time.

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Calendar of events for the Finger Lakes Region May 2013

FINGER LAKES REGION Board of Directors meeting - 7:30 p.m., Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information) 31-6/1 STPR ®, Wellsboro, PA, Finger Lakes STPR ® Motorsports, LLC 31-6/2 SCCA Majors Race, New Jersey Motorsports Park, SJR



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5/31-1 STPR ® Wellsboro, PA, Finger Lakes STPR ® Motorsports, LLC 5/31-2 SCCA Majors Race, New Jersey Motorsports Park, SJR 5 FINGER LAKES Region Member Recognition Picnic - Camp Eastman, Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information) 8-9 Regional Race, Summit, WDC 8-9 Weatherly Hillclimb, NEP 8-9 NASCAR, Pocono 11 FINGER LAKES Region Rally Meeting, -7:30 p.m., 96 Church St., Victor, Rick Barnes (rbarnes@torsen. com / (585) 967-3762) 15 FINGER LAKES Region Street Survival School, Perry Warsaw Airport (Tent.) 16 FINGER LAKES Region SOLO #3, Perry Warsaw Airport (Tent.) 21-22 Regional Race, Lime Rock Park, NER 22-23 Westward HO!, Nelson, FLR 22-23 Pagoda Hillclimb, BMR 25 FINGER LAKES REGION Board of Directors meeting - 7:30 p.m., Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information) 26 Social gathering to attend the Log Cabin automobile get together, between 4:00 p.m. and dusk, Log Cabin, 31F and West Walworth Rd., Macedon 29 RallyCross, (FLR) 29 PDX, Summit. WDC 29-30 Rolex 6 hr., Glen 29-30 Regional Race, New Jersey Motorsports Park, JRB 30 FINGER LAKES Region SOLO #4, RIT

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FINGER LAKES Region Rally Meeting, -7:30 p.m., 96 Church St., Victor, Rick Barnes (rbarnes@torsen. com / (585) 967-3762) FINGER LAKES Region SOLO Meeting - 7:00 p.m. – Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information) FINGER LAKES Region General Membership Meeting - 8:00 p.m. – Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information) Regional Race, LimeRock, MHR (Tent.) FINGER LAKES Region SOLO Novice School, RIT Indycar, Toronto NASCAR, NHMS Regional Race, Summit, WDC Giants Despair Hillclimb, NEP Pittsburgh Vintage GP, Pittsburgh International Regional Race, Watkins Glen International, Glen Pittsburgh Vintage GP, Schenley Park FINGER LAKES Region SOLO #5, RIT RallyCross, (FLR) Regional Race, New Jersey Motorsports Park, JRB FINGER LAKES REGION Board of Directors meeting - 7:30 p.m., Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information)

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ALMS/Indycar, Mosport NASCAR, Pocono Rational Race, Pittsburgh International, Steel Cities Regional Race, Summit, WDC Polish Mtn Hillclimb, STC FINGER LAKES Region SOLO Meeting - 7:00 p.m. – Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information) FINGER LAKES Region General Membership Meeting - 8:00 p.m. – Murph’s Irondequoit Pub, 705 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, NY (Contact for further information)

2013 dates for the region’s Solo, general membership, Rally and board meetings may be changing. Watch for updates. Dates are subject to change. Request 2013 dates from the Activities Director. RallyCross events are subject to field conditions.

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