30 SEPTEMBER 2019 scca.com
in his traditional Subaru. Last
year’s win by a Civic Type R could
be repeated, as Javier Reynoso
has been seen occasionally, and
he’ll be joined by Mike Leeder
and Brian Kuehl, but we’re really
expecting the Focus drivers to be
hard to beat. Watch for Ryan Otis
to take a close one over Mike King.
DSL looks like a great matchup
between Stephanie Reynoso
and Lacey Otis with some
serious course dependencies,
with us hedging our bets on
the all-wheel-drive pilot.
E Street will continue the
age-old battle between the MR2s
and the Miatas. Eric Peterson,
Brandon Dean, and newcomer
Joey Green carry the Toyota
banner. Matt Waldbaum and
Charles Matthews will be the
Mazdas chasing Bartek Borowski,
who has been slowly developing
a new car but, as always, will
be ready in September.
The familiar names in ESL
have all gone elsewhere.
Karen Babb is jumping
into that void to add to her
extensive collection of jackets.
F Street has been Jeff
Cashmore’s domain of late, and
we see no reason to expect
a change this year. Fellow
M3 pilots Tommy Layton and
James Cathers look to be
the strongest contenders.
FSL looks like Denise
Cashmore’s next championship.
G Street has grown
considerably in the last couple
of years to the point where it is
one of the larger classes. This
year should continue that trend.
Kenneth Tsang will be quick in
his GTI, while Brian Anthony has
shown that the Focus ST is still a
contender, but the Civic Si seems
like the car to beat. Lance Keeley
there are a lot of contenders,
we have to lean toward him.
Laney Bloom has quietly
become unbeatable in HSL, so
we’ll pick her despite seeing
Ginette Jordan and Denise
Kugler registered here.
SOLO SPEC COUPE
Solo Spec Coupe has a long
list of names, but at least we
know there are not course or
tire dependencies to consider.
THE FAST ONES
(RIGHT) Erik Strelnieks will bring his awesome NSX for Super Street
competition, and we anticipate him being the fastest in the class. (BELOW)
There will be great battles in D Street Ladies, but Lacey Otis will likely
come out on top. (BOTTOM) Competition will be tough in Solo Spec
Coupe, but we think Jennifer Bedell will best them all in the Ladies class.
will be trying to stay close to Ron
Williams. That won’t be easy.
With Barbara Seeger off
to the Open class, we have
no clue who to pick in GSL.
H Street has developed some
interesting diversity. Cameron
Goode brings a Honda Accord.
Russell Bloom, Nik Finn, Allen
Kugler, and Jinx Jordan have Civics.
Philip Mitchell, Alex Piehl, and
Steve Brolliar have Fiestas. Greg
Reno still has his Mini, and though