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2018 dub81 Subaru Summer Cruise

Old 09-01-2018, 12:51 AM
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2018 dub81 Subaru Summer Cruise

Aloha Hawaii i-Club. It's time to have a cruise to commemorate one of the best to do it, Mr. Walter Rivera. The 2018 dub81 i-Club Subaru Summer Cruise Will be happening on Sunday, September 2nd, 2018. It's a 3 day weekend, so timing is pretty good.

0900-1030 Meet at CORP (Central Oahu Regional Park). We usually park in the lot just in front of the tennis courts. This is a good time to meet the other members of Hawaii's Subaru Community and check out each others'

1030-1045 Roll out. We will be heading right as we exit CORP and onto H-1 East where we will then drive single-file until we take the H-3 exit. We will stay on H-3 and take the Likelike exit and then reconnect on Kamehameha Hwy where we will hug the east coast line all the way until we arrive in Kahuku.

1130 (est) We will arrive in Kahuku Town and park in the parking lot for the Famous Kahuku Shrimp Truck. (Turn in when you see the bank and head to the left into the large lot). From there, we can either eat at the Famous Shrimp truck or Giovanni's Shrimp Truck. Either are great.

1300 (est) Or when we are finished eating/Photo session action, we will be rolling out continuing up the coastline until we reach Haleiwa Town. Here, we will be parking behind the First Hawaiian Bank and walk over to Matsumoto's Shave Ice (or any spot in that little shopping area). We usually would just take our shave ice, coffee, or whatever you've found back to our cars in the lot and cruise it.

Of course, there will be rules to abide by as this is a cruise.

1. Obey all traffic laws and posted speed limits. There is no reason to be pounding it on a Sunday. You know the route. Even if you fall behind, you know where we end up. No need to rush just to
catch up. I will be leading at the front and will be driving at the speed limit. I will be asking two more people to hold up the middle and tail ends of the cruise just in case you want to someone to follow.

2. Be flexible to the other drivers on the road. While it is a badass sight to see a huge line of winged rally beasts rumbling along Oahu's public roads, we still need to respect the other motorists. If they need to merge, change lanes, take exits, etc. Please allow them to pass through our cruise. There is NO need to shut them out for the sake of maintaining a line.

3. Do NOT pull over just to wait for the rest of the cruise to
catch up. I understand the want to keep everyone together, but unless there is some kind of emergency, carry along the posted route and agenda. A mass pull-over really disrupts public traffic and dramatically increases the likelihood of causing an accident. We know the routes and we will all end up at the same places. Let's do it safely.

4. Please be respectful of the towns we pass through. Yes, we love the ways our cars sound, but let's not get carried away and rev like punk kids when passing through towns. Save the harmonics for the H-3 tunnels.

5. Get to know each other. Since I've joined i-Club in 2004, I've met some great people and learned a great deal about our cars. You all can learn and experience some really great things by getting to know our community. Some may be timid at first, being the new guy/girl, but this is the perfect time to introduce yourselves. We were all that new guy/girl at one point. We're a great group and you'd be surprised how this network can benefit you.

To make things easier, please download the app ZELLO to your phones. It works like a walkie-talkie for all those who join the channel "Hawaii iclub" It really helps keep everyone on the same page and works very well.

In cooperation with I-Club Hawaii, 808Subie and sponsorship from Aloha Power Equipment and Servco Subaru Honolulu, the Hawaii Region Rally Program of the Sports Car Club of America will be sanctioning their first Road Rally of the 2018-2019 Season on Sunday, September 2, 2018. The Road Rally will be held on city streets in Honolulu, Hawaii. This is a Charity Event to honor the memory of th...e late Walter Rivera with proceeds going to Make-A-Wish Hawaii.

Grand Prize: Roundtrip airfare and lunch for one to travel to Kauai with a Kauai SCCA co-drive donated by Mike Ward at Aloha Power Machinery and Kauai SCCA. Retail value- $300, $250 for travel and lunch, $50 for event entry fee.

2nd Prize: 29" Men's Mountain Bike donated by Fred and Ina Yost: Retail Value - $159

3rd Prize (a total of 2 will be awarded): Servco Subaru through their SCCA Hawaii Rally Sponsorship: SCCA Hawaii Co-Drive at the next RallyCross or Road Rally. Value $100
Please arrive no later than 9:00 AM at the Central Oahu Regional Park near the Tennis Courts.

Registration and Tech Inspection opens at 9AM, Drivers Meeting at 10:15AM, and first car out around 10:30AM. The route ends in Haleiwa Town.

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, no helmets required.

While the event is not a spectator event (i.e. SCCA Hawaii Rally won't charge for viewing), we know that you may want to bring your family and friends to ride along. Each participating vehicle will be allowed one “navigator” and other vehicle occupants are allowed. All vehicle occupants must sign a waiver and fill out a SCCA Weekend Membership form. For this event SCCA Weekend Membership fees are waived for volunteers and passengers.
Registration fees are $40 per car for current SCCA members and $40 for all others. The $40 entry fee gets 4 raffle tickets. To increase the chances of winning the donated prizes, additional raffle tickets can be purchased for $10 each up to a maximum of 6. Proceeds will be donated to Make-A-Wish Hawaii. Winners will be drawn at a gathering at the completion of the Road Rally. There is a no minimum pre-registered participant requirement. Car Classes are based on SCCA Hawaii RallyCross, if you're unsure of your Car Class please use TBD.
Only checks or money orders payable to SCCA Hawaii-Rally will be accepted at the event.
Please note that the non-member fee includes an SCCA Weekend membership and will give you a $15-discount towards full SCCA membership, which includes a subscription to SportsCar (our national magazine).


Please come out and support a great cause and have some fun!!

Please abide by all traffic laws and drive with aloha!

Route to be announced shortly.

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