This past weekend SCCA-SCR hosted some club racing at CMP. I was there working corners and partaking the evening river of beer. Specifically this one is called the Buck Muse Memorial, happens annually, and features a lot of club racing and some wings & things. All the cars are pretty neat, but I am very biased towards two ITS mustangs, one of which is Ron Earp's. Saturday morning was wet, so most of practice and qualifying was done on wet tires. Most drivers were more conservative. I was at station 7, watching the back stretch. Here's a few pictures and a video of what it looked like. The red ITS mustang Water kicked up by the aero on the winged cars. I have a video but cannot embed from photobucket. Thankfully conditions improved after lunch. The rain would lightly douse the track intermittently. It was little enough that everyone ran the dry tires. This was a bad-ass gt1 mustang (has very little in common with a street car) The other ITS mustang working through traffic On Sunday the weather was cold, very windy, and very dry. That was great for racing, except I was kind of chilled working at corner 3. Station 3 is a great spot, saw a lot of action happening at turns 1, 2, 3 and into 4. Unfortunately my camera wasn't really up to the task of short range photos. One of the prototype cars The GT1 Sn95 leaving turn 3 Attack of the pack, pinata miata! This is Ron Earp's on-board video from the weekend: In all I had a blast. If road racing has some interest to you seek out your local SCCA or NASA members and they'll point you to the rabbit hole.