Region News

 2021 Teddy Bear Rally - Photos


2022 RoadRally Schedule

  • March 27 - Sunday - Spring Highland Trek
  • April 24 - Sunday - Second Hand Roads – TSD
  • TBD - Sunday - Back to School – GTA
  • October 8/9 - Sat/Sun - NJ National RoadRally Weekend
  • October 8 - Saturday - Roads of Home - TSD Tour Rally
  • October 9 - Sunday - New Jersey Monte TSD Course Rally
  • October 23 - Sunday - Fall Highland Trek
  • December 4 - Sunday - 32nd Teddy Bear Rally - GTA

2021 Walt Huber Scholarship Award

William Petrow

William Petrow

The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that William Petrow has been named the 2021 recipient of the Walter Huber 'Scholarship Fund', which was designed to provide financial support for 1st time entry or volunteers to "year-end" National level events.

William Petrow has been a long time NNJR member on and off since 2001, but has in recent years been a regular competitor in many of our local autocross events, as well as a regular on the ProSolo tour and National Tour events including Solo Nationals Finale in Nebraska since 2017. He has been running in BS, AS, SS and SSR in a BMW M2, Porsche Cayman 718 and Cayman GT4. He has also competed in a number of TSD rallies over the years including the old famed Pine Barrens Express.

Recently William has become our regionchairman for the Rallycross / Rallysprint program. New Jersey has never had this program before and he has been hard at work to find a venue for us to run. While he competed in SCCA rallycross in the early and mid 2000's, he has never been to a national level event and decided to go to the Rallycross Nationals in Ohio this year to volunteer and gain more experience for our program here in NNJR. While there, he helped all of theweekend's competitors through tech inspection and he was lucky enough to pair up with a friend to run in the Modified AWD class (MA) in a 1996 Subaru Impreza with a 6 cylinder swap.

Amongst his vast SCCA experience, he has also competed in stage rally all over the US since 2009 running in FWD, RWD and AWD cars in almost every class! While starting in a Subaru bugeye WRX in Production GT, he moved on to an Open class classic Impreza for 2010. In 2011 he was a Ford Performance backed driver in the then new Ford Fiesta. In recent years he has moved to RWD using Nissan platforms rallying a 240SX in Group2 and Group 5, but has just completed building a 370Z as his new rally machine. He has been crew chief for many national class winning teams, worked for teams at WRC Mexico and X Games Rally and Rallycross, competed in US Rallycross at NJMP in 2010 which then became Global RallyCross (GRC), been an event organizer for rallysprints, commentator for multiple American Rally Association events and has been a volunteer at rallies all over the country since 2001, when SCCA still had ProRally. He has also competed in drifting with US Drift ProAm series and the Mt. Washington Hillclimb, Climb to the Clouds. 2014 CTTC saw him finish in the top 10 overall while taking the Rally 2WD class record!Since 2008 he has been building rally and other race cars at his shop in Union City called Broken Motorsports. 2018 he created an online store catering specifically to motorsports called Bleeding Tarmac.

Spring Solo Schedule
  • Sunday 4/3 –  SCCA Lot J
  • Saturday 4/16 –  SCCA Lot L
  • Saturday 4/30 – TBD based on NFL draft events (Lot L or J)
  • Sunday 5/1 - SCCA Lot J
  • Saturday 5/14 – SCCA Lot L
  • SCCA Tire Rack Pro Solo 5/20 - 5/22

2022 Road Racing Program Updates

There are several changes for the upcoming 2022 season that we’d like to update you on.

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SCCA Membership Cards & Annual Waivers Now Available Digitally

Electronic Annual WaiversSCCA Members can now keep their membership cards on their phones and sign the annual waiver digitally. Both can be found at, the same location members can go to renew their annual SCCA membership and more online!

Digital membership cards are now accepted at all SCCA events as proof of membership, and contain the same look and information as the plastic cards many of us currently carry everywhere.

SCCA Membership Cards & Annual Waivers Now Available Digitally - Sports Car Club of America


From Your Eyes: A Pair of National RoadRallies

A Pair of National RalliesThe following was submitted by Ed Sain and is a first-hand recount of the New Jersey National RoadRally Weekend. The weekend featured two events — The North by Northwest National RoadRally and the New Jersey Monte RoadRally — hosted by South Jersey SCCA and Northern New Jersey SCCA, respectively. In addition to being a National RoadRally, the New Jersey Monte also had a Regional Rally associated with the event. Join us in enjoying his recount of the exciting weekend!

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The family of Fred W. Jenkins, Jr. is sad to announce his passing on Saturday, November 6, 2021. He lived a remarkable life of 85 years.

Fred Jenkins

Loving Husband, Father, Gramp and Pop
Wonderful North Caldwell Neighbor and Friend

The family of Fred W. Jenkins, Jr. is sad to announce his passing on Saturday, November 6, 2021. He lived a remarkable life of 85 years.

A memorial visitation will be held on Friday, November 12th from 5-8 pm at the Shook ~ Farmer Funeral Home, 45 Roseland Avenue, Roseland, NJ. The Memorial Service will be on Saturday, November 13th at 1:00 pm at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 271 Roseland Avenue, Essex Fells, NJ. Condolences and memories may be shared at

Born in Montclair NJ, after living in Cedar Grove he was raised in Glen Ridge. He attended the Hackley School and Cornwall Academy before graduating from Glen Ridge High School. Fred was an electronic officer in the U.S. Coast Guard serving in Japan, Turkey and Brooklyn. He attended Fairleigh Dickinson College before working for Bogue Electric as an electronic specialist. He loved creating Heath Kit radios. As a teenager he loved spelunking in caves. An avid sports car enthusiast he met the love of his life, Bunny at Suburban Sports Car club sharing their love of cars. He was a worker at many race events at Lime Rock, CT Raceway and more. He loved photography, was a member of the West Essex Camera Club and won several awards.

Fred joined the firm Wilcox-Slidders of Newark and then Fairfield, a family industrial supply business of Bunny's and became president for 57 years. He served on many boards in the industrial business. Fred spent many years involved in the NNJR and SCCA race car events. An active Rotarian in the Newark and Fairfield Rotary Clubs, he was President several times. Fred served on the board of the West Essex Chamber of Commerce, the North Caldwell Historic Commission and was an active parishioner at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Essex Fells.

Predeceased by his parents Fred W. Jenkins Sr and Gertrude Bradley Jenkins, his son-in-law Walter Valentine.

In addition to his wife Bunny of 60 years, Fred is survived by daughter, Paige Valentine, son, Fred (Tad) W. Jenkins III and wife Tania. Brother H Bradley Jenkins, Sr and wife Lavinia, Grandchildren Garrett Valentine, (wife, Dana), Frank and Phoebe Jenkins. Proudly survived by great grand-daughter Lucy Valentine and great-grandson Fred Warren Valentine. Nieces and Nephews, Brad Jr., Denise, Sandy, Cameron, Jake, Jenna, Jason and Matthew.

Loved by his cats Pumpkin, Gordon and Shadow.

In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to the Rotary Foundation, The Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter or a charity of your choosing.

NNJR - RallyX Program 

The region is looking to expand our event schedule to include RallyX - and need your help!
We are looking for a site to host our program. Please contact
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The nominating committee submits the following names for the November election:

Assistant RE: Mark Labbancz

Treasurer: Jason Evangelista

Trustee: Perry Aidelbaum

Trustee: Linda Santangelo-Mosley

Thank you
Chris Mosley

NNJR Nomination Committee Chairman

2022 NNJR Board of Trustee Nomination Process
Each fall the Region conducts nomination/elections for position on the Board of Trustee per our By-Laws. The following positions are open for a two year team starting January 1, 2022:
Assistant Regional Executive
Two Trustee Positions
If you are interested in serving the Region in any of these positions or would like assist the region in any of the special interest areas, please drop Chris Mosley an email at:
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Memories of Linda ... Joe and Linda Remembered

By Bryan Deane

Man it is hard to believe that tragic day was 20 years ago.  Linda and I as most know were a couple before she and Joe started dating. Linda was a dynamo simply put a force of nature.

One thing I will always remember is how fiercely she would approach her duties as a flag marshal, flag chief or friend. Case in point, we were at Lime Rock for a Regional that I was the Flag Chief for and she was working a station.  The event was a late July race and I remember on the morning of the race as we were (actually Linda) were driving up from Greenwood Lake talking about station assignments and personnel because I was still playing with who I was assigning where.  I had said that I was putting her in Race Control with me for the day and was looking at who I was going to assign to the rest of the stations.  At which point she said she absolutely wanted to be on a station and there was no arguing the point.  So, I relented and assigned her to a station.

As is typical for late July the day was extremely hot and at lunch I was asking her if she was doing ok and if she wanted to come off station to be in Race Control, which resulted in a very terse “Bite Me!” from her. Well, I made a mental note to keep track of her on the down low by asking her station partners when they were on Comms and at one point one of the guys thought maybe it was time to get her some relief.  Well, Linda heard this and grabbed the head set then proceed to tell me I had better send the “army” if I was pulling her off station. Of course, I had already dispatched track rescue and told her she was coming in and that it was the end of the discussion.  Linda came in grudgingly, of course, and was taken to medical for a checkup.

At the end of the session, I went to check on her and was greeted with another “Bite ME! I was fine” when she saw me. Well, she eventually made her way up to Race Control and proceeded to sit in the back of the room to continue cooling off. At one point as the GT1, GT2 and AS cars were rolling down pit lane to go out for their session I turned around to find Linda stretched out on the floor sleeping! At which point I motioned to Walt Huber to take a look and his comment was “good call” getting her off station but you’re going to catch hell on the way home you realize that right? Yeah, I know.

As we were leaving at the end of the day I asked if she was ok and without argument, or asking, she handed me the car keys and said you drive. Not 5 minutes later as we’re driving through Sharon I look over and she’s sound asleep….again. Ninety minutes later, back in Greenwood Lake and I finally had to wake her to let her know we were home. So, much for catching hell….

I miss both tremendously, as a side note Joe was trying to help track down my dad’s old 52 Morgan Flat Rad that I wanted to see if could be acquired.



Do you remember where you were 9/11/01?

By Frank (Chip) McKinley


On Sept. 9, 2001, my friends, Joe Deluca, Linda Gronlund and I, attended a MOG (Morgan Owners Gathering) in Sturbridge, MA at the former ‘Alice’s Restaurant & Inn’. Two days later they boarded Flight 93 bound for CA. as Linda had a business conference and she & Joe planned to visit the Napa Valley wine country for a short vacation. They never made it their plane crashing in Shanksville, PA.

Joe & I had been friends for over 20 years, both members of the ¾ Morgan Group and SCCA NNJR. He was also a client and we shared various other interests. I was attending an insurance training conference at the Hanover Marriott Sept. 11 until news of the planes crashing into the Towers was announced. Some say the world changed forever that day.

Granted, we’ve had other tragedies since, yet this was the big one. Fact is we’re amid others right now: political turmoil, recovery from hurricane Ida and the Wuhan-Corona-Delta-Mu virus. But in retrospect, Joe was lucky as he had laid out a thoughtful plan ‘in anticipation of his death’ well in advance though only in his 40’s.

Nobody wants to create this plan though in the absence of knowing when it will happen, we must for the benefit of our family. Joe’s policies, beneficiary statements and even intentions for his Morgan were all spelled out in writing. Can you say the same? How about other family members or friends?

If not, please contact me for assistance.

PS- This a personal Sept. 11, 2001 message and has nothing to do with my employer.

Frank (Chip) McKinley

119 Cedar St.

East Hanover, NJ 07936

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New Jersey Monte - National Course RoadRally 

October 10 – New Jersey Monte - National Course RoadRally – This is a 160+ mile Time-Speed-Distance Map Rally and the second event of the New Jersey National Weekend held in conjunction with South Jersey Region. The event will start in Clinton, NJ and end in Long Valley, NJ at 4pm. The route will be based on the ‘historic’ New Jersey ‘Esso/Exxon’ map (yes - paper maps were a thing). All Timing Controls will be listed on the map with an associated Car Zero ‘Key Time’ and Official Mileage. All you have to do is stay on-course by following the route highlighted on the map and get to each of the Timed Controls ‘on time’. The event will be held in honor of NNJR member Dave Panas who was one of the original organizers of the NJ Monte back in the early '60s.

Start Location: Hampton Inn, Clinton, NJ
Saturday October 9, 2021
Registration and Hospitality 5 pm to 7 pm at the Hampton Inn
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Registration by appointment only at 7:00 am to 7:20 am
Route Instructions issued at 7:30 am
Official Start Time is 8:30 am
Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - 908-938-8750
Additional details on both event
and copies of the General Instructions can be found at:
For a description of the New Jersey National RoadRally Weekend visit 'Come Rally with Us': Link
NJ National RoadRally Weekend
Compete in both events or only one, your choice!
Online registration closes midnight October 6th.
Onsite registration by appointment.



North by Northwest - National Tour RoadRally

A National Series RoadRally or Regional RoadRally (at a reduced Rate)

October 9 – North by Northwest - National Tour RoadRally – This is an all-day 180+ mile straight forward Time-Speed-Distance Rally. Hosted by South Jersey Region as the first event of a New Jersey National Weekend in conjunction with the NJ Monte hosted by NNJR on October 10th. The route will start near Atlantic City and travel North by Northwest to end in Clinton, NJ. The route will have over 100 timed locations and will include some sand trails in the NJ Pine Barrens.

Start Location: Days Inn by Wyndham, Absecon, NJ
Friday October 8, 2021
Registration and Hospitality 6 pm to 9 pm at Rally Headquarters.
Saturday, October 9, 2021
Registration by appointment only at 7 am to 7:20 am
Route Instructions issued at 7:30 am
Official Start Time is 8:00 am
Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - 609-634-0485
Additional details on both event
and copies of the General Instructions can be found at:
For a description of the New Jersey National RoadRally Weekend visit 'Come Rally with Us': Link
NJ National RoadRally Weekend
Compete in both events or only one, your choice!
Online registration closes midnight October 6th.
Onsite registration by appointment.



Highland Fall Trek

New to the Schedule!

A simple low pressure / non-competitive easy to follow social rally/trek to visit some of the hidden wonders of western New Jersey. Held in conjunction with the Highland Coalition featuring some get historic bridge in the region.  -  Beguiling Bridges

NJ Highland Trek

Hop in your car and join us for the Fall 2021 Highlands Car Trek this year featuring the historic bridges of the Highlands!

Join us for a 75-mile tour of the forests, scenic vistas, rolling farm fields and quaint villages frozen in time. We bring you to the many places where you’ll say, “I can’t believe this is New Jersey”.

We will start registration at 10:00am at Valley Shepherd Creamery in Long Valley, where you can try some delicious, award-winning cheese made on their farm before you hit the road.*

Our turn-by-turn route instructions include descriptions of the natural and historic features that combine with the region’s legendary natural beauty to make a memorable road trip with places you’ll want to revisit. This year’s trek will feature the quaint, historic stone arch and iron truss bridges that were featured in Skylands Visitor Magazine.

We will finish the trip at Four Sisters Winery, where you can enjoy a delicious glass of vino and a bite to eat.*

There will be a photo contest with a prize; a free ticket to a Barefoot Grape Stomping from Four Sisters Winery! Tag us in your photo on social media, and may the best snapshot win!

Facebook: @NJHighlandsCoalition

Instagram: @njhighlanders

Twitter: @NJHighlanders

No experience needed! All instructions are provided and the car trek is intended for novice drivers and more experienced drivers alike. This event is organized and sanctioned by the Raritan Valley Sports Car Club Inc.

*(Food and drink not included)

$25/Car. Suggested Donation of $10/person. Your purchase helps us protect the beautiful Highlands of New Jersey.

Rules for participation:

The driver must be licensed to drive the vehicle. Both proof of insurance and a valid driver’s license must be presented during rally registration.

The navigator must be at least 9 years old. The navigator must have a writing board (clipboard).

Children age 9 or under can ride in the vehicle during the event.

All individuals in the vehicle must wear seat belts at all times.

The vehicle must have a current registration, and be legal to drive on public roads in New Jersey and New York State.

A set of General Instructions (GIs) and Route Instructions (RIs) will be distributed after registration and prior to the start of the car trek.

The Car Trek Master and Volunteers will be available during registration and will be happy to answer questions and give advice.

The Route Instructions will provide teams with detailed information on the route of the car trek.

There will be Items of Interest along the route. Descriptions of the Items of Interest will be included in the instructions.



David K. Miller

Dave Miller

May 16, 1938 - Aug 20, 2021 (Age 83)

David K. Miller, 83, of Sea Girt, New Jersey, passed away peacefully, with his wife and loving family by his side on August 20. Dave lived an adventurous and fun-filled life. Born on May 16, 1938, to George H. Miller and Ann R. Twyman, in Newark, NJ, he grew up in West Orange with his older brother, George, and sister, Joan. After graduating Carteret High School in West Orange, he attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. The summer of 1960 brought the most significant change to Dave’s life when he met the love of his life, Diane Veronica Wille, in Belmar.  They celebrated their 60thwedding anniversary this past June.   Together they moved to Washington for Dave to fulfill his enlistment in the United States Army.  He was stationed at Ft. Lewis in Tacoma, where they gave birth to their first child before moving back to their home state, where they added two more children to their family in West Caldwell, and lived for 47 years.  Dave and Diane started their own business, DKM CO Inc., in 1976, and successfully grew their business with an honest, hard-work ethic that served them until they sold the company decades later, when they retired to Sea Girt.  Along the way, Dave led his family by example, attending church faithfully, coaching his sons’ teams, playing dress up with his daughter, and cultivating deep friendships, while always working hard.  He was a family man, who was humble, honest and loyal. He loved adventure which meant incorporating many activities and hobbies along the way. Spending time body surfing in the ocean or fishing for the “big one” were two of his favorites. He was a successful racecar driver, participating in the S.C.C.A. where his wife was his crew chief. He raced cars on frozen lakes in upstate NY for years with his sons. The family camped and traveled with friends and family, going down the shore, to Florida and many exotic destinations. They had tents, campers and RV’s. The family has lost track of the number of cars, boats, fishing poles and screw drivers that Dave had over the years. To his grandchildren, Dave was a world class comedian, often cracking them up without saying a word, and he was the best puppy grandpa to all his grand-pups.    

Dave is pre-deceased by his parents, his brother, George, his sister Joan and his eldest grandson, Jonathan Miller, however Dave’s legacy continues with his beloved wife, Diane, his son Kirk Miller (Amy), son, Dr. Kevin Miller (Janet), daughter, Kathleen Fazio (Ted Borowicki). He has 10 additional grandchildren, Dr. Chelsea Apanovitch (Austin), Dr. Courtney (Andrew) Wall, Rachelle Borowicki, Melissa Borowicki, Matilda Fazio, Michael J. Fazio, Jr, Marina Fazio, David K. Miller III, Anthony Miller, and Genevieve Miller and one great, grandson, Nathan Apanovitch and his many beloved nieces and nephews. 

The family invites you to join them at the wake on Thursday, August 26 at Colonial Funeral Home (Route 88 in Brick) between the hours of 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. The funeral mass is Friday, August 27 at St. Denis Roman Catholic Church at 90 Union Ave. Manasquan, at 10:00am.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter, East Hanover, New Jersey, The Oley Foundation or a charity of your choice.            



Dave and Diane Miller ~ Our hearts are broken.



Robby Foley Explains “Very Last Minute” Team Project 1 Drive

NNJR's very own Robby Foley explaining his “very last minute” drive with Team Project 1 after initially being on the 24 Hours of Le Mans entry list with fellow GTE-Am entrant JMW Motorsport. Good racer from a great NNJR family!

Article Link ~ Wiki 

Good luck Robby!

Robby Foley


Has been Canceled due to Hurricane conditions in our area!
See you at our next event


August 22 – Back to School

Mileage based navigational road rally. This event will be an introduction to mileage based course rallying. 100 penalty points will be ‘awarded’ for each mile that you go off-course. The Rallymaster is designing the route for individuals new to this type of event and will provide helpers to keep you on-course and ‘instruct’ you on possible upcoming self-correcting route following tricks that you might see later in the event or on the December 5th ‘Teddy Bear’ Toys for Tots rally.

This event is open to the general public and requires only a car or light SUV/truck, pen/pencil and clipboard.

Starting Location: McDonalds - 72 Reaville Ave. Flemington, NJ

Ending Location: Tavern 519 - 650 County Route 519, Frenchtown, NJ

Onsite Registration opens at 10:00AM, first car off at 11:01AM

1 and 2 Expert
1 and 2 Intermediate
1,2 and 3 Novice
1 and 2 Place 'First Timer'
Best Family, Best Husband & Wife/Partner, Best SCCA
Dead Last But Finished

Classes are based on your rally expertise
Rally Limited to 60 Cars

Special Introduction to rally session
will be conducted prior to the event




Skip Barber Racing School


Open Go-Kart Facility


American Dream Mall

BY  JULY 21, 2021 3:13 PM

A 40,000-square-foot, indoor go-kart facility is opening at American Dream mall.



Solo Events
Check AutoX4U for the latest schedules and news.
CANCELED - Saturday 8/28 - Meadowlands - Event #9 - Lot L
~~ Next event Saturday, October 23rd – Lot L ~~
Check AutoX4U for the latest schedules and news.

RoadRally Beginners Guide to TSD

Zoom Get-Together - July 15, 2021 7pm Central

Continuing the new series of Quarterly Zoom Get-Togethers, the RoadRally Board announces that the next session will take place on 7/15/21 from 7:00-9:00 PM CDT, and will include these two topics:

  • Wendy Harrison will present a “Beginners Guide to TSD RoadRally”. This session is aimed at first-timers and will cover the essential things they need to know to select, participate in, and enjoy a Time Speed Distance rally.


  • SCCA staff members who are participating in a TSD RoadRally for their first time at Roads Scamper in Middleton, WI on 6/6/21 will share their experiences as newcomers to this type of rally event.


Your the zoom link for the event on July 15, 2021


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  28. 2020-11-10 - Annual Meeting
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