be the most prestigious Subaru performance club in the world; through
innovation, a resource of knowledge, a source for trend and foremost
to welcome everyone with the passion of driving their Subaru.
Who is SPEC?
Even though the founders will be the mediators of the club, there is
no "one" person who has responsibility over the club. Everyone that
is a part of the club is a part of the club. For issues that need to
be voted on (i.e.: how we spend the SPEC's money) will be voted by all
attendees at the meetings through unanimous decision.
What is SPEC?
SPEC is a club for Subaru drivers who like to drive and/or modify their
Subaru for the fun and love of cars. This is not a club to replace the
"i-club", but is a potential sub-club that can feed off the resources
of the i-club. This rule also goes without saying to other Subaru clubs
out there. SPEC was not designed to overtake or outcast any other clubs.
In fact is it designed to do the exact opposite. It's supposed to bring
the people of the Portland/Vancouver area together and have a resource
to communicate more often, with some advantages of local area support.
What can SPEC do for you?
SPEC discounts from its friends (SPO Motorsports, Carr Subaru, Hairpin
Racing, Primitive Enterprises, etc.)
SPEC t-shirt and the option to purchase other club apparel and memorabilia
To be a part of SPEC Club's track days with discounts
To receive a newsletter about SPEC, past event results and upcoming
events Potential Sponsor Types:
Manufacture Support (Subaru
of America and STi)
Vendors (Hairpin Racing, Primitive Enterprises, SPO Motorsports, SYMS
Dealership (Carr Subaru, etc.)
Other Aftermarket Shops (Speed Concepts, etc.)
Why did we create SPEC
and why should you be a part of it?
To first bring the people from the Portland/Vancouver area together.
To be able to meet more often for different occasions (Meetings, Fun
Runs, Auto Shows, Track Days, Other Club Events, etc.)
What are SPEC's goals?
To establish a meeting for the area on a regular basis (monthly)
To source all sorts of aftermarket products for Subarus
To generate sponsorship from local vendors and dealerships
To be able to support the benefits of the club members (t-shirts and
To generate enough money to support our own meets, shows and track-days
To be able to support other club meets and track-days (BMW Club, etc.)
To establish a prestigious car show that will feature Subarus (all makes
To sponsor a car show that will be for all types and kinds of cars
To establish a sister/brother club in
How will SPEC be involved with Japan?