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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Would love to see to see some more 8th's out there for this. Below you will find a pre-registration link (not necessary but it helps get your info into our timing system) and below that you find the event details. If you have any questions feel free to ask. We typically get 8 runs.

This would be a good event if you have never auto-xed before as it's looking to be low turnout due to a conflicting date with ATL region so you can easily get some one-on-one time with me or one of the other "veterans." Our events are always laid back anyways.


August 9th, 2009

Henderson Stadium
Macon, GA

Please have your Membership Card and
Valid Drivers License with you at driver check in.

If you are not a member yet, you can become

a weekend member or full time member

on the day of the event.

Event Times:
8:00 AM - Course Setup Begins
9:30 AM - Registration and Tech Open
10:30 AM - Registration and Tech Close
11:00 AM - Drivers Meeting and Driver Walk-Thru
11:30 AM - First Car on Course

Entry Fee: (NEW FEES AS OF May 2009)

*Includes Weekend Membership, You get Member Status for the Weekend, a copy of Sports Car Magazine and a $15 Discount on becoming a full member!

Join The SCCA and Run for FREE!!!!
Membership Rates:
Individual: $80.00
Spouse: $28.00
Family: $121.00
First Gear: $45.00 (Under 25)

Middle Georgia Region - SCCA - Home
SCCA Sports Car Club of America

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Event Location:

Henderson Stadium
2172 Anthony Rd
Macon, GA 31204

We hold our events in the asphalt parking lot of Henderson Stadium. The parking lot is large and free of obstacles.

Henderson Stadium is approximately 1.5 miles west of I75 Exit 162

Take I75 exit 162 Eisenhower Pkwy
Go west approximately 1.1 miles and take a right on Key St which is immediately after Academy Sports
Go approximately 1/2 mile and turn left at the stop sign.
Henderson Stadium will be on your right.​

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Discussion Starter #3
Come either way. You will learn more about how your coilovers affect performance if you race on them prior to installing them. I race a completely stock Si sedan and have a blast.
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