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The Southern California RX Club and Rotary13B1.com are pleased to announce that our SevenStock9 Banquet is also returning this year. This is your opportunity to get behind the scenes of SevenStock9, rub elbows with Mazda Corporate and chat up with your favorite vendors. Come out and thank some of the guys who put on this show, the guys at the SoCalRX Club! Join us for a great evening at the Official SevenStock9 Banquet.
You must to buy tickets before hand. NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR! Tickets will be mailed directly to you.
Tickets will be mailed to the Paypal address on file!
As Bern has said, we do nothing but try. We've been calling, begging, pleading with supporters/sponsors on helping us out.. and looks like all of our begging has been fruitful. Mazda has agreed to "chip in"/subsidize (whatever you want to call it!) for a little bit of the Banquet costs. Thanks Mazda!!
New Pricing for Banquet seat is $43 US DOLLARS! Thanks go out to Mazda of course, helping the RX owners out.
84 SE, 90 TII Vert, 93 Touring
SoCal RX Club
Last edited by Rotary13B1; 08-18-2006 at 08:52 PM.
Just Added To The Program Is Nobuhiro Yamamoto. Engine Builder, Head Tech Of The 1991 Winning 4-rotor Lemans Prototype. Also Leads The Rx8 And Mx5 Programs. Tickets Are Selling Quite Well And We Expect A Huge Rush From Now Till The End Of Sept. As People Finialize Their Plans. Don't Be Left Out Folks!
Just confirmed for Sevenstock 9 are Sylvain Tremblay and David Haskell of SpeedSource Race Engineering! Making the trip to SoCal with Tremblay and Haskell will be their Grand Am Rolex GT RX8 they been developing and competing in for 2006. SpeedSource has specialized in Mazda racing since its inception. Throughout the late '90s, continual development of the 2nd generation Mazda RX-7 produced a national market for the ITS class car, engines, and components. SpeedSource built over 50 Mazda RX-7s and dominated club racing, winning the SCCA ITS ARRC championship in 1998 and 1999.
SpeedSource also developed the 3rd generation Mazda Twin-Turbo RX-7, and again produced on-track results and built a market base for race parts. Endurance racing from 1996 through 1998 saw the two-car team score numerous poles, podium finishes, and the 1998 team championship in the Speedvision Cup. SpeedSource, with primary support for Mazdaspeed and Mazda USA, develops, builds and races the Mazda RX-8 in the Grand-Am Cup ST Championship, winning the drivers and teams championship in 2004, the first year of development. For 2005, SpeedSource repeated their 2004 success with the 2005 Driver, Team, and Manufacturer's Championship.
Our Banquet program has come together extremely well and with the newest addition it promises to be something very special. Purchase your tickets today!
Things are moving along really well... please don't wait for the last minute as tickets might be gone in the next week!!! Get your tickets boys and girls... here is the latest news and details:
The Southern California RX Club is happy to announce that the highly successful SevenStock Dinner/Banquet after event, is also back this year. Mazda is again taking a more direct role in this year's planning and set-up, and as such, the dinner also promises to be something special. The planned speaker line-up for the dinner will include Nobuhiro Yamamoto the current RX8 and MX5 head engineer from Japan and Mazda's in-house R.E. Racing guru. Also making their first appearence at Sevenstock will be Sylvain Tremblay and David Haskell of Speedsource Engineering, who run the Grand-Am RX-8 GT program, and are also now running the 3-rotor motor program for the ALMS B-K motorsports team. Rounding out the evening will be Mazda video presentations, vendor introductions and much more! Don't let SevenStock 9 end at Mazda Headquarters, come out after and be part of this very special evening. Dinner will be $43.00 per person, which includes free/complimentary self-parking.
You have to buy tickets before hand. NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR! Tickets will be mailed to you.
Where: Hilton Hotel
Monarch Ball Room
18800 MacArthur Blvd.
Irvine, CA 92612
When: Saturday Evening, October 28th at 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $43.00 per person, includes free/complimentary self-parking
Banquet Ticket Online Ticketing has now ended, due to the fact that I will not be online until Monday. lol
If you still want to attend the Saturday Night Banquet, please come to the K1 event on Friday (5-10pm) to buy them, or see me during SevenStock at the Raffle Booth to purchase your entry ticket. (if I have anymore left at that time)
IT IS ALMOST SOLD OUT!! yay for me!
84 SE, 90 TII Vert, 93 Touring
SoCal RX Club