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It's easy to get caught up in the excitement of driving and take safety for granted. That is probably not the best way to approach your day. :-) With the season about to get started, we decided this would be a great time to talk safety. Jim Gary has been an SCCA solo safety steward since the 1980s, a solo safety instructor for 20 years, and is the …
 
Jim Perrin has been running events in Western NY for decades and in 2022 he will be running a number of test and tunes at Seneca Army Depot where Jim and some other experienced drivers will be offering instruction on how to get better at autocross. In this episode, Jim joins host Mark Mangicaro for a discussion on how to improve your autocross driv…
 
“What class is my car in?” If you’ve spent anytime at the registration table of an autocross event, you have probably heard this question more than once. Veteran autocrosser and former CNY SCCA autocross chair Scott Newton has answered that question countless times over the years. Scott joins host Mark Mangicaro to help shed a little light on SCCA …
 
This episode is the 7th and last in a series of UNYAX episodes that focuses on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. (A summary episode will be next.) Xtreme Street is the newest category in SCCA Autocross. It consists of two classes XS-A and XS-B and was first offered in the abbreviated 2020 season, so 2021 was its first full season. With…
 
This episode is the 6th in a series of UNYAX episodes that focuses on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. CAM is an acronym for Classic American Muscle and is one of the newest categories in SCCA Autocross. As the name implies, cars (and pickups) that run in this category must be made in the USA. While most of them are decades old, late …
 
This episode is the 5th in a series of UNYAX episodes that focuses on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. Cars in the modified classes are dedicated race cars that unmistakably look the part. Very few of them are, or ever were, street legal. Steve Hayward has been autocrossing since the mid-1970s and almost all of that time has been spen…
 
This episode is the 4th in a series of UNYAX episodes that focuses on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. The Prepared category consists primarily of cars that started life as street-going rides and have been built into competition-only vehicles. Andy Furlog and his green Rabbit are familiar sights across Upstate NY – he has run that car…
 
This episode is the 3nd in a series of UNYAX episodes that focuses on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. Street Modified is the most permissive of the categories with “street” in the title, allowing significant changes to be made to the car. John Mayer has been an SCCA member for 35 years and has been running his 10th generation Evo in …
 
This episode is the 2nd in a series of UNYAX episodes that focuses on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. Street Touring is one of the most popular classes in Upstate NY and beyond. Lots of competitors means a strong knowledge base and most people stay in the class for many years. Over the last several seasons Nick Austin has competed in…
 
The next several episodes of UNYAX will focus on each of the general SCCA autocross categories. Two-time Solo Nationals trophy-winner Peter Ling joins host Mark Mangicaro to discuss competing in street class both at regional events and at the national level. Peter shares his thoughts on the importance of tire choice, why to consider a swaybar, and …
 
Finger Lakes Region Autocross co-chair Nick Pasternack joins Upstate NY Autocross host Mark Mangicaro for a discussion of the perennially controversial topic of changes to SCCA PAX and classing. Much of the conversation centers on the proposed 2022 changes to street classing – especially as it relates to moves in B Street and F Street. We also disc…
 
In the previous episode we discussed what to expect at your first autocross. In this episode we zoom out and take a look at a participant’s first season: the novice season. Mitch Lepianka has been a car enthusiast his whole life and 2021 is the year he found autocross. Mitch participated in his first event this spring at the Oswego County EVOC faci…
 
Forty-year autocross veteran Mel Dillon joins Mark Mangicaro for a discussion about what to expect at your first autocross. In this episode you'll hear how to find events and get ready for them, what to expect when you get there, and how to get the most of of the event. More than a dozen autocross terms are defined. This episode, together with epis…
 
Whether you’re a seasoned cone-dodger, new to the sport, or just thinking about trying autocross, we hope you will find something valuable in our Upstate New York Autocross podcasts. Our objective is to provide information on autocross in general with an emphasis on autocross activity in Upstate New York. The majority of the information in this epi…
 
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