NYR SCCA Solo Event #5
SCCA - New York Region - Solo
Registration closed October 14, 2016 9:30 PM on October 14, 2016 9:30 PM EDT Registration ends October 14, 2016 9:30 PM on October 14, 2016 9:30 PM EDT Registration opens October 7, 2016 8:00 AM on October 7, 2016 8:00 AM EDT Registration runs from October 7, 2016 8:00 AM to October 14, 2016 9:30 PM
FULL DAY SCHEDULE
New York Region SCCA Solo Event
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**LIMITED WALK UP REGISTRATION TO 15 PEOPLE**
2549 Splish Splash Drive
Calverton, NY 11933
FastLane CheckIn: SCCA member: $40 Weekend SCCA member: $55
Walk up Registration: SCCA member: $50 Weekend SCCA member: $65
7:00 AM Site open
8 - 8:30 AM Walk Up Registration (Online registration & payment strongly recommended! Only 15 people can walk up register)
8:15 - 9AM Tech Inspection
8:50 AM Novice Walk(First timers must attend)
9:30 AM Mandatory Drivers Meeting
10 AM First Car Off
~4:30 PM Trophy Presentation
Online Payment allows you to go straight to Tech with your printed receipt. No standing inline!
Depending on attendance, an announcement on the run/work structure( ie. work once, drive once; work twice, drive twice; etc) of the day will be made at the Drivers Meeting.
New York Region uses the SCCA National classes. Trophies are awarded in Grouped classes comparing PAX times.
The SCCA Solo Rules. Specific car classing starts on page 163. Class allowances start on page 71
Our class structure is:
1) Street classes (Includes Super Street R)
2) Street Touring classes
3) Street Prepared classes
4) Builder (all Street Mod, Prepared, and Modified classes)
5) PRO (all classes)
6) Ladies (all classes)
7) Novice (all classes)
Car Numbers: We will be running our events with unique car numbers at
every event. That means that there will only be one car #777.
Whatever car number you were assigned at your first event of
the season will be reserved for you all year, and changing car
numbers or classes mid-season may cause loss of accumulated
Car numbers 0-299 are reserved for annual SCCA members.
Novices must use car numbers 700-999. Anyone who competed
in enough events last year to qualify for season points
is guaranteed their same car number for the current season,
as long as they register for the first event of the year.