San Francisco Region SCCA
March 12, 2005
Here's an email I relieved from a seminar attendee. Thanks,
I attended your seminar this past Saturday and enjoyed it tremendously,
so I just wanted to say thank you for all the information. I
ordered your book a few months ago, and now after your seminar,
I realize that I need to reread it once more.
That was just one of the many favorable comments I heard from
people that day. The audience was varied including people just
starting racing up to professional race engineers.
The board of directors of San Francisco Region SCCA wanted
to provide more events for members who are drivers. Blake Tatum
thought a seminar on tires and basic vehicle dynamics would interest
drivers trying to learn more about racing. Blake was right!
64 people paid to attend this seminar and stayed the whole
day asking great questions and participating in some lively discussions.
This was the perfect audience for this seminar. They have experience
with racecars and tires but haven't had access to good information.
SF Region officials were very pleased with the turnout.
Racing is extremely complicated involving tires, shock absorbers,
and a human driver among other complex variables.
Racers spend a lot of money on tires. They need to know more