Wednesday June 29, 2016

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Newsflash

Bylaws: Proposed changes Here.

 As required by the current CSCC Bylaws, this publication contains recommended changes to the Bylaws from the Bylaws Committee. Please review recommended changes carefully.

If you have additional suggestions and/or recommendations, please be present them at the August General Meeting at Stark's Pizza on August 6, 2016.

Do not email your suggestions, as ANY changes need to be voted on by the members present at a General Meeting.

The currently recommended changes to the bylaws will be contained in the July edition of the Auspuff (pages 6-18) as well as online at the link below.

 

Here is the link to the Google Doc:

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9N8kbMIhPb_UE5UUUk3WktmSXM/view?usp=drivesdk

 

Bylaws Committee- Steve Powell, Scott Faris, Linda Blackburn,
Gail Fetterman, Grace Skinner

 


 Open house at PIR 

Save the Date! Mark your calendar for Sunday, June 26, 2016. Portland International Raceway will be holding an Open House where attendees will be able to drive their own car on the track and/or go for a ride in race cars. There will also be demo laps, car displays and information about PIR’s rich history. Admission will be free and getting on the track will be donation based.


 We are saddened by the news that Norm Creitz has passed. Norm was one of the founders of the 4 Cylinder Sports Car Club of Oregon, established in 1953. The name was later changed to Cascade Sports Car Club. He was involved in the club for many years and will be missed by all who knew him.

Norm Creitz Obituary

 


 

RENEW your Membership ONLINE!

To register for Cascade events:   http://www.cascade.motorsportreg.com/ 

Cascade Merchandise here: LINK

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Road Racing

ICSCC Road Racing:

The Cascade Sports Car Club is a member of the International Conference of Sports Car Clubs (ICSCC). The ICSCC is the largest sports car racing sanctioning body in the Northwest. Founded in 1957, the ICSCC provides administrative and competition regulatory services to its member clubs in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia.
With over 40 different classes of cars, from custom built sports racers to production cars competing in each race event, you'll find something for every interest and pocketbook. Add close competition and full grids of cars, and you'll quickly see Conference racing with Cascade is a great choice whether you're a beginning driver or seasoned veteran.

The ICSCC Novice Program is how you get started racing. The first step to earning your Novice racing license is to take a race Driver Training course. These are offered several times each year by each Conference member club.  You can go to the Driver Training page on out website for information about our schools and High Performance Driver's Events (HPDE).  You can go to the ICSCC websitewww.icscc.com for addition information about getting an ICSCC license.  ICSCC also recognizes and accepts competitor's licenses from nearly all sanctioning racing bodies, so if you already have a license, come out and race with us.  We would make you feel very welcome and give you good clean fun racing competition.

Once you have successfully completed your race driver's training prerequisites (for example by completing CSCC Driver's Training with an "OK to Apply" stamp on your certificate), you may apply for your ICSCC Novice Racing License. More information about ICSCC Novice racing program can be found at www.icscc.com/novice.php

 

 

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