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    It takes the help of a lot of people to make this work for the full season. The ground work was laid many years ago for a program that today, is very well designed and executed.
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    Just wanted to say thanks to Shawn, Josh, and Jim for putting together an Autoslalom web page that is ... can I say this out loud? ... AWESOME!! It makes me proud to be a part of a group that is head and shoulders above other Internet Forums. You guys spent the time and effor to update and improve the Autoslalom web page to not only be comprehensive but also user-friendly. This effort doesn't go unappreciated. I think I speak for everyone in the club when I say "Good Job Guys!!!"
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    The main autoslalom page ( http://www.wscc.mb.ca/autoslalom/ ) has been updated with the schedule and other related information. Some things are still a work in progress as we prepare for the upcoming season but we will have them finalized in the next week or two.
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    We are definitely going, and I plan to do better than the 3rd place I got last year.
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    IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RESERVE A NUMBER FOR 2018 YOU MUST FIRST RENEW OR APPLY FOR A WSCC ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP ON MOTORSPORTS REG. Instructions on how to renew or apply for an annual WSCC membership can be found at the below link: 2018 Permanent Number Rules: Every year we allow WSCC members to reserve a "permanent" number to use while competing in autoslalom. Once you get a number, you have the opportunity to renew your claim on it every year before it is released. This is the official claim-your-number thread for 2018.Here are the rules: You must be a CURRENT 2018 WSCC member to reserve a number. If you have not renewed your membership for 2018, please do so before requesting a number ( See instructions above ). Only numbers 1-99 can be reserved. All holds (in italic) will be released on April 28, 2018. Numbers will be available on a first come first served basis to anyone holding a valid 2018 WSCC Membership. (no calling dibs for numbers pending renewal) Unused numbers (those without a name beside them) can be claimed at any time. If you don't plan to autocross this year it would be appreciated that you do not reserve a number since we are running low on numbers for participants that do not have reserved numbers. Remember! Reserving your number will now allocate it to you for all events. Your number will not be available to other competitors even if you are not at the event. How to claim a number: Renewals: Post your membership number and full name with your intent in this thread. First Timers: Post your full name and/or WSCC member number along with your desired car number. 2018 Permanent Number List Entries that have been confirmed will be bolded. All entries in Italic not claimed by April 28, 2018 will be released. Please PM me if you have any questions. 1 - William Malenki 2 - 3 - Ben Vander Zaag 4 - Garrett Wisnewski 5 - 6 - Derrick Pelletier 7 - Shawn Clarke 8 - Zachary Clapa 9 - Nathanael Moir 10 - Lawrence Baltus 11 - Noel Mattson 12 - Brian Turko 13 - Corey Matthews 14 - Tim Robinson 15 - Dale Kemp 16 - Jeremy Sparling 17 - Nick Hybschmann 18 - 19 - 20 - Andre Lussier 21 - Daiten Lowike 22 - Leo Chkouro 23 - JT Letkeman 24 - 25 - Josh Peters 26 - Beau Maryniuk 27 - Maxim Ialivciuc 28 - 29 - 30 - Faik Avdirramani 31 - Anthony Tarnowski 32 - 33 -Jeremy Choy 34 - 35 - Charles Friesen 36 - Keith Buffie 37 - 38 - 39 - Stefan Ozog 40 - 41 - 42 - Chris Deacon 43 - Korey Patey 44 - Marc Normandeau 45 - Carlos C. 46 - 47 - Chris Magne 48 - 49 - 50 - Joe Premecz 51 - 52 - 53 - 54 - Hendrix Deleon 55 - John Du 56 - 57 - Chris Boettcher 58 - 59 - 60 - Curtis J 61 - 62 - 63 - Devin James 64 - Jeff Munro 65 - Brian Wiebe 66 - Jim Antosko 67 - Ross Hesom 68 - Kosta Fliangos 69 - Mark Sawatsky 70 - 71 - Allan Ball 72 - Karl Schnablegger 73 - 74 - 75 - Brendon Rebillard 76 - Matthew Vosper 77 - Michelle Price 78 - Mike Woo 79 - 80 -Jasvir Ghattora 81 - Robert Reynolds 82 - Trevor Burtenshaw 83 - 84 - Levi Jones 85 - 86 - 87 - 88 - Nishanna Gunasekera 89 - Chris Taggar 90 - Jeff Janzen 91 - 92 - Matt Foderaro 93 - Corey Dyck 94 - Graham Kurbis 95 - Peter Muangxong 96 - 97 - 98 - Ryan James 99 - Wayne Chin
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    My intention wasn't to discourage anybody. The comments above mine saying that 100km of lapping at Gimli with negligible wear & tear to show for it is UNrealistic, and I've responded based on experience from years of tracking. It's unlikely that anybody is going to want to come to a race track and roll around like it's a Sunday scenic drive with the family, causing no wear on tires and brakes. They're going to want to have fun with their cars, and people need a realistic expectation if they come to the track. So it's been said from one person that they had minimal wear, and from another who's had plenty of wear. Both sides have been told, so either way, people can make up their own minds, or come to the track and find out for themselves.
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    Generally YOY changes are highlighted in BOLD, is the only change for this year the Entrance Fee? Thanks for this.
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    When I did the HPDE last spring My Impreza had hardly any tire ware and I did about 100km (not holding back either) of laps on the second day alone (at least that is what my odometer was saying). My brake pads and rotors showed minimal ware too. So if you respect your car and don't overdrive it you will have a blast.
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    Unit numbers adorn all kinds of vehicles INCLUDING cruisers.
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    Sheet metal screws?
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    Should be close. If you get real energetic, you can swap out the 4.10 pumpkin for a 97-ish Kia Sportage front third member and upgrade to 4.71's I have a complete rear IRS from the supra already out of the car, and two others still in cars. The one you took the shocks/trans out of has the adjustable spring perches in it. Shoot me a text and we can discuss further. It won't be much.
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    A solid axle will be your best bet on a budget...both in dollars and time. A first gen RX7 rear axle would also be a Good swap with LSD and 4:10's out of the box. Correct bolt pattern too! (GSL-SE) For IRS, I'd suggest a MK2 supra rear setup. It's a simple mount and should be close in width. 4:30's and LSD standard equip on P-Type manuals. Not to mention I know where you can find both of those!
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    Right, thanks for the correction Mat! I meant that the lapping session ran for a certain time, but can't English today. English is weird, but it can be understood through tough thorough thought, though.
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    Hello - as the season rapidly approaches (despite this terrible weather) I thought I'd share a little tire shopping info. I spoke with West End Tire and they confirmed they are a Toyo Motorsport Dealer. To purchase R compound tires from them, they require you to provide your WSCC/WCMA membership number and Comp Drivers Licence. For anyone that is interested, you can join the Toyo Motorsport Program as well (I did). They posted their Motorsport Info including a tire list with pricing here: https://www.toyotires.ca/team-toyo/motorsports ...the Motorsports Program discount is pretty good but you have to call to get the "good guy" price for your tire, but take it with a grain of salt as these tires are not exactly a bargain, nor are they meant to be. For my tire, it worked out to be about 24% off the list price. I compared this to Tire Rack and was pleased when the conversion, shipping and associated charges are added in using the Tire Racks online estimator at the check out. To buy my tire (Proxes RR) from Tire Rack was a scant $11/tire cheaper than buying from the Toyo Motorsport program at West End Tire. For $44, I'll stay local and spend my money with local business every time. If you are keen on driving to a border parcel service, you will save a bit more - but that's personal choice, and for me time is money, plus if i can avoid dealing with international border crossings, I will. West End charges a bit more to mount these tires, as they are considered "Ultra High Performance". I would take them to CAPS International whom i had mount my tires last year and the price and service was first rate. Matt Cheap, Fast, Reliable - Choose 2.
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    another ambitious build... good luck
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    Each season pass entitles that member to one non-transferable 2018 session of hot laps.
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    Mike Woo #5751 renewed Hands off #78
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    Any for sale?
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    And those events are double headers. Afternoon on the skid pad and evening on the track.
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    Awesome. Nice to see a couple of events in Gimli on the actual track again, instead of just the skidpad.
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    Bump, original post updated with 2018 links and season changes. Post any questions here.
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    And usually by the next scene.
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    Or the people that think I am taking jumps in my S4 like they do in motocross. Yeah, that's what my car can do...next I'm entering it in the Dakar Rally.
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    Thank you Dino and Judy for everything you’ve done and continue to do for WSCC.
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    This is the next video for my Celicas restoration
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    Hey guys, its been a while since I posted an update. been pretty busy my family moved to a new place and been working on the new house and setting up the new shop. So this update is about me setting up my new shop. I made it as another youtube video, check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPZDilVuap4&feature=share https://imgur.com/a/EEQh2
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    The link below is some of the photos from event in July. Have over 1000 to go through so more are on the way! http://beachamjessica.wixsite.com/littlebutfierce/gimli-manitoba-2016
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    Hello Everyone, This thread will serve as the event registration guide. I will update this page with any changes to the registration process. Below is is what you need to know/do in order to prepare for the 2016 season as far as registration goes: 1. Renew or secure a WSCC membership for 2018 by following the below link 2. Reserve a permanent number for the 2016 season If you would like to reserve a permanent number for the 2016 season, head over to the 2018 Permanent Number thread and select or renew your number. 4. All done! You are now ready to register for WSCC Autoslalom events! You can visit the website wscc.motorsportreg.com to view the calendar and sign up for future events. Events will be posted shortly, in the meantime please refer to the Autoslalom Page page for the 2018 schedule. School dates coming soon. While not necessary, it's highly advisable to do the above process ahead of the season. It can take up to a week for your membership info to be verified. This will ensure that any possible issues that may arise can be resolved in a timely manner. Feel free to ask questions related to registration in this thread, PM me, or contact autoslalom.reg@gmail.com
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