This is the Home Page of EESCC
Emerald Empire Sports Car Club
P.O. Box 1204 Eugene, Oregon 97440
President: Bert Jacobson
Note: Best viewed with IE 11+. See bottom of page for links. Click for Extended Forecast

We Love Our Country!!!
God Bless America!!!

Featured Article
50 Years of Fun with Cars
By Licia Shultz

2016 EESCC Registration
Pre-Payment via Paypal is available
Save up to $50.00 per driver w/prepayment for the series events

Registration will reserve your car # for 2016
click here to register

for all EESCC Events

EESCC 2016 Year End Awards Banquet
***50th Anniversary***
Saturday, October 22nd
click here for more information
click here to register for the banquet on-line
click here to print a registration form and send USPS
We will be holding a Pinewood Derby at the Banquet
* * * Past Pinewood Derby cars not allowed * * *
click here to read the pinewood derby rules

Valley River Inn is offering special deluxe room rates for a limited time to our club members for the Year End Awards Banquet weekend.
click here for more information

EESCC Current Noise Restrictions
Remember we have a 95 db Max noise limit in place
Please have your car quite so we can continue to respect our event sites and the neighboring areas.

click here for more information

HelmetMan is offering EESCC
a Members Only Discount on
Helmet Purchases

Click Here to receive your
HelmetMan Discount

Snell M and SA helmets of these years
will be allowed for 2016:
2015, 2010, and 2005
Snell 2000 are no longer legal

50 Years of Fun with Cars
By Licia Shultz

So maybe you haven’t been racing autocross for the past 50 years, but some of our club members have come pretty close!
This is a real milestone for any club. Fifty years as an autocross club, that is some pretty rare air!

We recently (in July) celebrated this milestone with a club picnic at Armitage Park on Coburg Road. It was fairly well attended with over 125 folks in attendance. We had a wonderful BBQ and every one brought amazing potluck additions. Besides good eating, there were games to play including a miniature golf course. Some folks tried their luck at a diabolical R.C. car autocross race. Also, we were treated to our fellow club member Randy Poole’s amazing stainless steel sculptures.  It was a great way to celebrate the club and it’s 50 years of dedication to autosports enthusiasts. Thanks every one for coming!

The subject of an autocross club having a 50th anniversary intrigues me, so I went on a search of other 50yr old clubs and the kinds of things they do.

First off I had a tough time finding clubs that were over 50 years old, but I did find a few. I read through their newsletters and schedules. I really enjoyed finding some great vintage photos of cars competing in many types of autocross and road racing, including ice racing, in the AMEC web site. This is the Adirondack Motor Enthusiast Club which has been around since 1956. This made me think, I bet amongst our members there must be quite a collection of vintage pictures of the earlier days of club racing events. I propose that we have a section of our website that shows our history and publish some of those pictures there.

I also found that many of these clubs, like CCSCC out of Champaign IL, have hosted a road rally much like the the one that Simon put together for us this past spring. Simon had the help of folks he has rally raced with before, and proposed that if the club was interested in doing this again we would need more volunteers from the club. It was a real blast and I hope that we can work with Simon again and host another T.D.S. Rally. Thanks Simon!

The SCCNH (1955) out of New Hampshire, takes great pride in their yearly Hill Climb. The way they talked about that event reminds me of the excitement that we see as the Larison Rock Hill Climb Event comes around every July. I know that this event isn’t for every one but those folks who do run in this event share their excitement with the rest of the club. It is something to take pride in and to support those dedicated volunteers who make it happen. And who knows you may get bit by the Hill Climb bug!

So what I found out in my search of other clubs is that we have every right to feel some well deserved pride in our EESCC Club. I am looking forward to seeing you at the Award Banquet!


Support our Sponsors !!Click on the above link to view
our sponsor's information
and any specials offered

Full Service IT Consulting firm
Click to go to PriorityOne website
Click to go to TireSport website
Click to go to Josh Cooley Team website
Click to go to Alsco website
Click to go to Garage 808 website
Click to go to Lucky Dog Racing website
Click here to go to Alex's Garage website

If you are having problems viewing this site, please update your software from the following companies. Click here to download the latest Microsoft Internet Explorer Click here to download the latest Macromedia Shockwave Player
Comments, suggestions, or items you would like to see on this site contact: Tim Steck, EESCC webmaster.

Contact Us