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A Conversation with Jeff Dahnert SCCA President & CEO

by Scott HearneMarch 17, 2009

We recently had the opportunity to spend some time with the new President of SCCA, Jeff Dahnert. In an effort to bring our readers relevant and topical information, Jeff agreed to an interview with Rogues-racing.com. We want to thank Jeff Dahnert for sitting with Rogues-racing.com, and helping our readers better understand his views and philosophies [...]

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Interview: Raleigh & Velma Boreen 2008 Solo Cup Recipients

by Mike HearneNovember 24, 2008

As part of our continuing effort to talk about the people who are a part of the sport of Autocross we are highlighting Raleigh and Velma Boreen. While this couple is well known in the Central and Great Lake Divisions there are some out there who might be wondering who they are and what is [...]

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SCCA Area 4 Director: Talking with the Candidates

by Paul MageeOctober 22, 2008

We’re in the midst of election season, and that’s as true for the SCCA as it is for the rest of the country. Since rogues-racing.com is only about 3 months old, that didn’t leave us adequate time to review all candidates for all positions as we might have liked. What we did decide to do, [...]

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Interview: Jason Saini from Solo to Pro Racing

by Mike HearneOctober 15, 2008

As a part of our expanding editorial content, Mike Hearne had the opportunity to spend a little time with Jason Saini. This interview kicks off a continuing series from the people that make the sport of autocross what it is. Jason, one of the rising stars in road racing, got his start like a lot [...]

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2009 SCCA Solo Nationals to Blytheville, Arkansas?

by Scott HearneJuly 14, 2008

Let’s just get this out of the way and start with a rumor. Word on the street is a new site has been selected for the Solo National Championship in 2009. The talk at the Peru National Tour was that someplace called Blytheville, Arkansas would host this event. There is a semi-active National Guard base [...]

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