The Christian High Car Club made its debut this semester with Dallas Posselli and Ryan Asmar as its founders. With both parties growing up around cars, this was a no-brainer for them their senior year. Social media apps have made modifying and building cars a major trend and many high schools around the country with automotive classes saw a skyrocket in applications this fall. Due to limitations at CHS, we do not have a garage or class to offer. However, the leaders of the car club found a different way to express their creativity with cars.
“Everyone has their own style when it comes to clothes and the same applies to our automotive enthusiasts,” says Poselli. JDM, classics, muscle, and offroad cars are present on our campus. Students own diverse cars and they are constantly changing and adding their own spice to their cars. Not only do CHS Car Club students love their cars, but they are also extremely talented at fixing them. Poselli recently blew his motor and was able to rebuild it in a single weekend! When asked what inspired Ryan and Dallas to start the club they stated, “We were bored and thought it would be a fun way to spend our free time while enjoying cars!”
Asmar says, “I can safely say that we will meet every other Saturday. If not, once a month is an absolute guarantee.” The club has 3 different levels of car meets they plan to attend. They estimate the furthest is about an hour’s drive away while most will be near the school. Asmar says, “We plan to attend some of the most well-known meets in southern California displaying supercars, classics, rare imports, built cars, and everything in between.” Along with meets, there will be various recreational drives that will end the night
with a drive-in movie. Anyone can join, even if they don’t have a car.