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2018 Officers and Board of Directors Election

SCCA - Texas Region

Oct 9, 2017 - Nov 6, 2017

All members who list TX Region as their chapter of record are allowed to vote in annual elections.  Up for election are the positions of Regional Executive, Secretary, Treasurer, and 4 open Board of Directors seats.

Info on your candidates:

Bob Neff - seeking election as Regional Executive

I’ve been a member of Texas Region SCCA since 2001, primarily involved for most of that time with the Solo program.  In addition to being an avid competitor both locally and nationally, I’ve supported the Region’s Solo program as Chief of Tech for the past eight years and served for the past five years in a Chief’s position for the Solo Nationals.  I served for three years as a member of the Texas Region Board of Directors, and for the past five years have served as the Texas Region RE as well as Texas Region’s representative on the SowDiv Board.  During my tenure the Region has grown significantly and expanded its competition programs to include an active Time Trial series, and has also implemented a highly successful Street Survival program.  In spite of many challenges we’ve made good progress as a Region over the past several years and I’m asking for your support to continue those efforts.  And not just by voting for me, but more importantly by joining me and the other officers and Board members in driving the Region toward even greater accomplishments in the future.


Matt Lucas - seeking election as Treasurer

Matt has been an SCCA member since early 2000, all of that time with Texas Region.  Starting with getting humbled at Solo event way back when, he stuck with it because of the great folks and love of the sport.  He's held several leadership roles - Solo board member, Solo ARE, Region Board member, Youth Steward, Club Trials Steward, and most recently Region Treasurer since 2014. 

 

Taylor Burnidge - seeking election as Secretary

Taylor is relatively new to TX Region, and is involved with the Solo program, Club Trials and region Board of Directors.  He stepped in last year to fill a vacated spot on the board, and he can be found at most of our club activities. If you've been to a solo event, you've likely run into him working waivers or helping with event prep and operations. He's also the new mastermind behind our year-end banquet presentation. Taylor brings fresh ideas and a perspective from 'outside the club' that is always welcome and helpful.


Tim Bosche - seeking election to the Board of Directors

Tim was born in Kansas, grew up in Nebraska, but got to Texas as quick as he could!  He served in the US Navy from 1980 thru 2004, during which time he attended his first Autocross in San Diego (1985).  Tim as been active in Texas Region since 2005, including two terms on the TX Region Solo Board. You can find Tim working registration and instructing for our Club Trials program, and also at one of our TX Region Road Rally events.

 

Brad Gross - seeking election to the Board of Directors

I’m Brad Gross, I am running for re-election to the Board of Directors. I’m 46 and my wife/crew chief and I are fairly new to Club Racing (4th season, I compete in GT2) although we have jumped in with full momentum and compete in the Majors and Super Tour Series and have run both the 2015 Daytona and 2017 Indy Runoffs (too much fun!!). I have a passion for road racing and the SCCA - and especially the WORKERS! Without them the racers do not get to safely play! I started out with the Solo program then to track days and then went to the SCCA Super School at Cresson for my Comp License. I want to bring in more members (in ALL disciplines) and grow the Club with more active racers, from Solo to Rally to PDX to Club Trials to Club Racing - let’s get out and DRIVE!!

 

Brad Maxcy - seeking election for the Board of Directors

Brad has been a TX Region member since 2005, but his involvement extends way before that.  Brad hasserved TX Region in multiple leadership roles, including a highly successful stretch as Solo ARE and most recently Membership chairman. Brad has been involved in competitive motorsports for more than 25 years, and currently is employed at Vorshlag Motorsports in Plano where he leads the fab and race prep operations, and assists with track side support for Vorshlag customers. 

 

Paul May - seeking election to the Board of Directors

I have worked many duties at road racing venues, both vintage and across 27 years with the SCCA. For the SCCA, I have experience in Solo (#23 red '67 Shelby), Timing & Scoring, and Flagging & Communications ("corner worker"). I helped out in Tech when a Texas Region event was short-handed, and I've been advancing my expertise in Scrutineering ever since. In 2014, I became nationally-licensed as an SCCA Scrutineer. As a side note, I recently completed the requirements for an SCCA regional Competition racing license, and, when Tech duties allow, I race a Spec Racer Ford (SRF). Professionally, I'm a professor of Communication Studies and Business Communications in the Dallas, TX area. I have a Ph.D. in Higher Education, and two Masters Degrees in Education (K-12). I'm happily married for 24 years to Jennie and have 3 teen-aged children, brought about through international adoption.

I am asking for your vote to become a Texas Region Board member. I'm an advocate for programs that expand a participant's experience with a cross-over between Solo, TrackNight, Club, Time Trials, and rally programs.

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