Thank you everyone who made it out this weekend. There was a great turn out of both new and old faces which we hope to see more of soon! All of which were laying out great times and were taking care of what needed to be done on the workers end. Thank you ALL for showing up ON TIME after lunch, we were able to send the first car out much faster then we have in a long time.
For those of you who missed out on the school it was a great setup which allowed the students to focus on 1 of 5 features for 30 minutes so that they can get plenty of time to nail it before moving on to the next one. And nail it they did! Because during lunch the features magically turned into a full on RX course where they were able to see how everything the learned through the day links together.
Thank you Aaron Miller, Michael Miller & Angelica Miller for your great work at taking of getting the afternoon course setup! It was such a relief to see that we had 15 minutes to go and it was all taken care of while we had to go tend to some other problems.
Thank you also to Max Johnson for coming out to not only instruct but setting up the Test and Tune course while we were running around in our usual frantic fashion.
Max Lawson & Susan Lawson did a great job at taking care of the Test & Tune course and keeping everything in check down there leaving us to not have any cares with it. You guys also did a great job at setting keeping the afternoon course in check while placing your typical smoking fast times!
And none of Sunday could have been made possible without the years of dedication and knowledge learned by our finely tuned instructors Aaron Miller, Eric Genack, Eric Adams, Max Johnson, Peter Zlamany, Tommy Kilpatrick, Will MacDonald who took their day off to help others have a better time out playing with us.
Don't forget the Colorado RallyCross moves to the USTDS for their 2nd event on April 14th for more fun in the sun. Preregistration will be open the week before, so PLLLEAAASE get on there and register early so we can have everyone entered into timing otherwise it takes much longer to do the morning of which means later starts, fewer runs and later finish times. The CORX is one big living and breathing group, if everyone keeps on top of helping it run healthy then everyone will have a great day.
Can't wait to see you all next time!
Last edited by ryolse; Mar 12th, 2012 at 10:57 AM.