New England Region's Inaugural Bracket Enduro
Registration closed June 5, 2015 12:00 PM on June 5, 2015 12:00 PM EDT Registration ends June 5, 2015 12:00 PM on June 5, 2015 12:00 PM EDT Registration opens April 25, 2015 10:00 AM on April 25, 2015 10:00 AM EDT Registration runs from April 25, 2015 10:00 AM to June 5, 2015 12:00 PM
New England Region’s Inaugural Bracket Enduro
June 6 & 7, 2015
at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
What Bracket Enduro Is: A chance to go wheel-to-wheel A chance to put a friend behind the wheel of your race car A great way to see if wheel-to-wheel competition is for you. For more info, visit SCCA's web page: http://www.sccabracketenduro.com/ (Ctrl + left click)
Purpose: A less restrictive rule set for both drivers and cars and a unique scoring method to balance the field. The event format balances cars and teams through time allowances, similar to drag racing. Teams will have a variety of options, including tire choice and set up, to run within their target times.
CRE Rule Set: SCCA Bracket Enduros are executed within the Club Race Experience Rule (CRE) set along with the specific procedural and scoring rules for Bracket Enduro. The complete CRE rule set can be found at http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/assets/CRE%20Event%20Manual.V3.pdf (Ctrl + left click)
Eligible Drivers: Per the CRE rules, participation is open to any SCCA regular or weekend member 18 years of age or older (weekend memberships will be issued at Registration at the event), or anyone who holds a SCCA valid Competition License or Novice Permit. No doctor’s physical is required. A valid drivers license is required. Participants must possess and are responsible for recording participation in a SCCA Racing Experience Participation Log. Logs are issued by SCCA Stewards or Registrars at the event. Participants must certify they have no known medical conditions that would cause them or others undue risk.
Eligible Vehicles: Vehicles are limited to be production-based vehicles with a performance level equal or less than normal in Club Racing classes Improved Touring R, E Production, GT3 or Touring 3. Spec Racer Fords may also participate. Cars need to meet SCCA Club Racing safety standard although they do not need to be legal for any particular class. The cars do not need to have a SCCA logbook but, those without will have to be inspected to make sure they meet minimum safety standards. The chief steward for each event will determine vehicle eligibility. For teams with specific questions, there will be an email contact method for questions or to gain pre-approval.
Required Safety Gear: Helmet, driver’s suit and other personal safety gear requirements are the same as club racing except head and neck devices are recommended not required. For the full description of Club Racing requirements, see GCR Section 9.3.20.C. GCR can be found at:
http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/assets/201520GCR20April.pdf (Ctrl + left click)
Registration Fee : $ 1,000 per car Each Team requires a minimum of 2 Drivers (no maximum number of drivers per car)
Sanction # 15-CR-3881-S
Click here to view & print Supplemental Regulations & Schedule or to print a paper entry (Ctrl + left click)
Volunteer Workers, please note: A separate MSReg section has been made for registering for this event.
Event Registrar: Marilyn Freeman (email@example.com)