Pylon is in the Mail
The January 2007 issue of North American Pylon is in the mail.
With snow stopping virtual all solo events on the eastern seaboard,
producing event information has been difficult.
This month Pylon covers SCCA's season-opening National Tour in
Cecil, Georgia, and
a San Francisco regional meet in Albany, California. Plus features on
Bruce Cambern's 427 Cobra restoration; announcing the Great American Solo
Series, the Evolution School has 3 new owners; solving event sound
problems; Virgina Motor Sports Club's annual banquet.
We have a letter where reader Chris Obert points out "problems"
with the natives.
By Lorenzo the Scribe about the cold winter in Pittsburgh, PA.
By Abner Perney on a 12-step program for L.A. visitors.
By Mark Ortiz on brake failure and yaw inertia.
By Larry Metz on taking care of those drivers no longer able to
shag pylons. So take their entry fee and give them something else to do,
By Bill Mitchell on data acquisition.
Plus five pages of calendar, providing the snow has been removed.
Subscriptions are $29 for 12 monthly issues. Send check or M.O. to
North American Pylon,
P.O. Box 1203,
Pleasanton, CA 94566
Or call 1-800-58-KELLY during west coast business hours, 9-5 PDT. And
charge to your plastic card.