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Dates for the 2016 Solo Season have been released, including 5 championship events held as part of a joint Solo Championship with the Calgary Sports Car Club.  In addition to these championship events, the SASC is excited to host some special events, including a elimination tournament, team challenge weekend and SoloPro school weekend.  The dates for these events are as follows.  All events will take place at the regional airport in beautiful Ft. Macleod.

  • Saturday, April 23, 2016 – Practice // Novice School 
  • Sunday, April 24, 2016 - Championship Event #1 
  • Saturday, May 14, 2016 - Practice
  • Sunday, May 15, 2016 - Championship Event #2
  • Saturday, June 11, 2016 – SoloPro School Day – Intro
  • Sunday, June 12, 2016 – SoloPro School Day – Comp
  • Saturday, July 23, 2016 – To be determined
  • Sunday, July 24, 2016 - Tournament Challenge
  • Saturday, August 27, 2016 – WCAM Regional / Team Challenge
  • Sunday, August 28, 2016 – WCMA Regional / SASC Championship Event #3
  • Saturday, September 17, 2016 - To be Determined
  • Sunday, September 18, 2016 - Championship Event #4 
  • Saturday, October 01, 2016 – Fort Macleod Appreciation Day, BBQ, etc 
  • Sunday, October 02, 2016 - Championship Event #5
Note that some of the events for these dates are tentative, and may be re-ordered to accommodate the availability of the SoloPro team.  Details for the Tournament Challenge 32, and Team Challenge Weekend will soon be released in the forums.  Cash is king! There's nothing like a cash prize to motivate good competition!

Competitors and other event attendees, should note that in an effort to further develop the SASC's relationship with the surrounding community, certain event guidelines will be strictly upheld for 2016.  As motorsports enthusiasts, it is the goal of the club to not only host motorsports events, but to demonstrate that motorsports activities can be conducted in a responsible, sustainable manner that benefits the surrounding community, and participants everyday driving skills and behavior.  With this in mind, participants and attendees are reminded to be respectful of others both on and off the event site.

In an effort to minimize our impact, in 2016 the club will strictly enforce a 93db sound limit at all Ft. Macleod events.  All participants will be given an opportunity to evaluate their vehicles sound level the weekend of April 23rd.  After this first event weekend, any vehicle in excess of the sound limit will be banned from participation until appropriate modifications are made.

Questions regarding this regulation, or other details of the events can be discussed in the forums.  We are less than one month away from getting at it!
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The Southern Alberta Solosport Club (S.A.S.C.) is pleased to announce that events for our 2016 Solo season will once again be held, in cooperation with the town of Fort Macleod, at the Fort Macleod regional airport. Since 2010, our club has held events at this wonderful venue and developed many relationships with both local businesses and residents alike. We are excited to have the opportunity to continue developing these relationships in 2016, and to celebrate that, it is our hope to cultivate even greater community involvement in both the greater town of Fort Macleod, and at our event site. 

As a non-profit organization, driven by members and volunteers, the S.A.S.C., is more than just a competitive motorsports club. Our members are strong advocates for public drivers' safety and skills development. That shows through in our programming. 

  • Since 2010, our Winter Driving School Program has been a key part of our club. Using motorsports skills as a foundation, members of the general public have the opportunity to explore and learn the limits of both their vehicles and themselves in extreme winter conditions. 
  • Solo Pro schools and club run autocross schools offer a great opportunity for new and experienced drivers, or drivers interested in learning about motorsports, to understand basic vehicle handling and racing techniques on a closed course. 
  • Finally, within our Solo season series, we offer a Rookie and Regular Championship, for drivers new to motorsports and motivated to pursue competition.
More information on these programs, and other club initiatives can be found in the forum section of this website. We are a group that is tremendously diverse, and yet all linked by our love of driving. Whether on the ice, or the asphalt, we hope to see you out there.
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The 2016 Winter Driving School schedule has been released, and registration is open.

  • Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015 - Student school - (designed specifically for students - high school, college, university during the  Christmas break).
  • Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016 - 1st regular Winter Driver Training
  • Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016 - 2nd regular Winter Driver Training
  • Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 - 3rd regular Winter Driver Training
  • Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016 - 4th regular Winter Driver Training
  • Sunday, Mar. 6, 2016 - 5th regular Winter Driver Training
To register, visit the SASC MotorsportsReg Page HERE.  Note that although December 27th is designated as a student day, students are welcome at all events.  More details on the forum thread, here.
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15 Oct 2015 - 2015 Season Conclusion

Cam Withell Victories at Canadian Autoslalom Championship

The 2015 SASC/CSCC Solo Series has wrapped up, and congratulations are in order for Mr. Cam Withell who not only took the overall season series championship, but did so with a perfect score and an overall win at the Canadian National Championship in August.  His was a truly dominant performance.  Behind Cam for the overall title was Tom Grzesiak in his SSP Corvette, and Murray Peterson in his BS S2000.  Placing high in the series championship requires not only outstanding driving but the commitment and dedication to attend all events.  Thanks to all three individuals, and other organizers and involved members with the SASC and the CSCC for making the series happen.  Hope to see everyone again, and a few more, in 2016 when the Solo season commences in spring.

Following the AGM on November 14, we can announce new club Executive.

  • President - Tom Grzesiak
  • Secretary - Shane Rothwell
  • Treasurer - Andrew Lunse
  • Solo Director - Reijo  Silvennoinen (continuing) 
Thanks to all members who attended.  Next up for the club:  our Annual Winter Driving Schools: Coming sometime in early 2016. If you are aware that winter is coming and are looking for more information on the schools, check out the FAQ.

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The 2015 SASC/CSCC Solo Series has wrapped up, and congratulations are in order for Mr. Cam Withell who not only took the overall season series championship, but did so with a perfect score and an overall win at the Canadian National Championship in August.  His was a truly dominant performance.  Behind Cam for the overall title was Tom Grzesiak in his SSP Corvette, and Murray Peterson in his BS S2000.  Placing high in the series championship requires not only outstanding driving but the commitment and dedication to attend all events.  Thanks to all three individuals, and other organizers and involved members with the SASC and the CSCC for making the series happen.  Hope to see everyone again, and a few more, in 2016 when the Solo season commences in spring.

Next up for the club:
 
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