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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:40 pm 
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Mazda Jon wrote:
Jason@SportsCar wrote:
Protech Racing wrote:
There should be a full accounting statement page some place . I have never looked , but is there no financial page on the web site. Andrea??

Every member has access to the financials... When you log in to the website it is the first item in the file cabinet.

Where is the "file cabinet"? I can't find anything labeled that or any financials.

Should be on your profile page.

*See the first page of this thread for instructions.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:17 pm 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:23 am 

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Getting to see the SCCA financial report isn't very difficult, how to do it was all laid out on the 1st page of this topic 6 months ago, and more importantly, it is not the point.
What is , is the fact that it shows the same losses in Pro racing and SCCA enterprises year after year with no end in sight. And the only thing Marcus and the rest of them do about it is to say "we are turning a corner and it will be better next year ". These programs are still losing money and it has been going on for 30 years now. Over 1 million dollars lost in pro racing just in the last 2 years. Have any of you seen any value to the average member from the pro racing SCCA subsidizes every year? Or the value we get in SCCA enterprize building race cars below cost and selling them? [except to the racers like Lee Hill of course] Enterprise has lost so much money in the last 35 years SCCA has no accurate accounting of just how much debt they have to SCCA inc. The BOD has forgotten what their jobs are, and that is to run a nonprofit "club' to manage amateur racing without wasting the member's money doing it. If they want to run a pro racing business let them go start another IMSA. And now on top of it all the new CEO Mike Cobb has been hiring a bunch of new people and to do what? As I have said before the national office is way too big as it was for what is required to do their job, and you can bet all the new people will do nothing to improve the racing but will cost you a lot more money.


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