Thank You Competitors
The 2018 Solo and RallyCross seasons ended sooner than anyone wanted. The Middle Georgia Region was plagued with event site problems. The Autocross site at Henderson Stadium in Macon was restricted due to renovations. The RallyCross events stirred up too much dust according to our neighbors. Both programs completed just enough events for dedicated participants to receive end of year awards. The Region has decided that not enough non-regulars attended the minimum number of events to qualify for awards. Instead of plaques, the Region will invest in other types of swag for the dedicated participants.
The search for new Solo and RallyCross sites continue. There is no exact date for when Henderson Stadium will be available. The RallyCross program is working toward using a previously used site for 2019. Details are still being ironed out. Official announcements will be made as soon as possible.
The Middle Georgia Region would like to say thank you to those who attend our events and help keep our Region going. The SCCA and the Middle Georgia Region are volunteer organizations. If no one volunteers, events will not happen. If you are interested in volunteering, learn more here, and contact us to get involved.
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We Need Your Help
Henderson Stadium will be starting renovations on May 28. We will be unable to use the parking lot for our events until construction is completed. We do not have an estimated completion date at this time. We are currently searching for a new location to host Autocross. If you know where a large paved lot with minimal obstructions is located and have a connection or contact that could “get us in”, contact us with your suggestions.
We Need Your Help
The Byron dirt lot, where past RallyCross events have been held, is no longer a viable location. The fierce competition kicks up a substantial amount of Georgia red clay dust that covers the surrounding area. We have made serious attempts at grounding the dust by making a water trailer and putting out thousands of gallons before and during each event. Unfortunately we have been unsuccessful during the dry spells. Complaints from the neighbors have caused us to search for a new location. If you know where a large, flat field with minimal obstructions is located and have a connection or contact that could “get us in”, contact us with your suggestions.