About this event
Join us for the AHR-SCCA AutoX!
Set up starts at 6:30AM
Registration Opens at 9:00 am Closes at 10:00AM
Tech is open 9:00AM to 10:00AM
Drivers Meeting 10:15AM
First Car off at 10:30AM
Please practice and use good judgement during this pandemic situation.
Please bring your own water and food.
The 2023 Points Chase is on and this includes a Novice Class.
2023 Driver's Challenge is accepting donations of non-perishable foods for chances in the challenge.
Online Registration- helps facilitate assigning of grid spots, work assignments, verification of registration and co-driver details. Heats will be assigned as will grid spots and work assignments.
If your co-driving a car and wish to be in the same heat. This needs to be addressed when you register. Please send a message to the registrar.
This will alleviate a lot of slowdowns and headaches for both you and event staff. Thank you for your cooperation.
Car numbers are first come, first serve. We have the the right to assign numbers as needed to work with our timing software.
Season Tech-maybe helpful to you and others If you want a season tech you must be a current SCCA member and trustworthy. The cost is $5 for the season tech, payable when you request the season tech either via MSR or at Registration.
Please copy, paste, and print/fill out and bring this form to tech with you. http://ahr-scca.com/?page_id=2218
Also it can be found here: AHR tech 2022.docx
PLEASE NOTE: Greensburg Jeanette Airport events will be three heats from now on with 50+ cars registered. So bet on it. Basic format will be Run-Work-Rest. We will take no breaks. This will make the day faster and keep things cooler and moving.
More information is available on our website.
Please take time to review our Online Drivers Meeting:
Allegheny Highlands SCCA Auto-x Drivers Meeting
Please make yourself aware of the basic information provided in this online drivers meeting. An in-person meeting will still continue to happen but will be brief and focused on site/course specific instructions. Thank You.
A basic overview can always be found on the side of the timing van. Questions? ASK!!!
SSS-Know who the Solo Safety Stewards are, report any and ALL incidents or unsafe conditions, no matter how minor.
PLEASE-no use of bicycles, scooters, etc...during course walks please see Section 4.9/6.3 of the SCCA rulebook. They maybe used in Grid/Paddock and also during course setup and tear down as needed, when cars are not moving.
Please put your car into your assigned grid spot promptly when it’s your turn to run. This saves time. If you’re a first heat driver, you can put it directly into grid after you tech your car.
Slow speeds in grid are a must for safety. 5mph tops.
No burnouts or tire warm-ups.
Please do not run off from your car in grid. If you’re not ready to run it holds things up.
No smoking or vaping in grid.
No skateboards, roller skates, etc…
No sitting or kneeling when the course is hot.
Worker with flag is worker with radio. Hold flag unfurled in hand.
Radio protocol: State, “Station one, Car 40, Class (BS) has one cone….is off-course,etc….” Timing will confirm with, copy cone or OC or etc….
Run, don’t walk for a downed cone. Be aware of courses that double back on themselves. NEVER turn your back to a car. Only go for a cone when its safe!!!
No cellphones or cameras on course when working.
Fire extinguishers: PASS, Pull pin, Aim low, Squeeze, and Sweep-side to side.
Watch out for spectators, other workers, intruders into hot area. Report to SSS.
If Incident occurs, hold positions. If we need you, we’ll call for you. NO taking of video or pictures of incident. SSS will perform this duty.
Watch the cones, NOT the cars. Wiggle/Wobble can occur with cones. Give everyone a fair run.
If you drive in the event, that means you work the event. NOT optional unless you have specific needs. Those MUST be addressed to the Solo Chair BEFORE the event starts. We can find you alternative accommodations for your work assignment. Working is part of the sport with the SCCA.
Starter/Grid workers: Helmets on, hoods shut, fluids dripping, unsafe conditions….???
Cone hit equals 2 second penalty. Pointer cones-those laying down to indicate direction of travel, are NOT a penalty. ONLY cones that are upright, that get knocked over or outside the box.
Other penalties: DNF=did not finish-fails to go thru the finish lights, hits red cones at finish,etc….
Off Course=Driver did not follow proper course of travel and missed a segment of the course, could anything such as a gate or slalom cone,etc…
Spin on course/out of control: Don’t be a hero, clutch in, brake in, to stop the spin. Get your bearings and continue to finish the course.
No drugs or alcohol.
Passengers-Must have signed the waiver and passenger form, no hand held cameras, hands INSIDE the car at ALL times, must have a helmet on. Can borrow a loaner BUT precedence is given to drivers that need them.
Red Finish Cones=DNF if hit
Red Flag=STOP on course, if you’re the cause. NO re-run. If not, you’ll get a re-run. Await instructions from course workers before proceeding.
Windows up or down, NO half windows.
Camera’s must be mounted securely via suction cup or roll bar mount or similar secure device.
Please do NOT hound the van during runs. It can be chaotic. If you have a concern about your run, please refer to our Live Timing via our website at www.ahr-scca.com or see the Solo Event Chair.
Novice Helpers: Are available to help you the novice with any need you have. Please utilize these folks. They are knowledgeable and willing to help. They will be ID’ed the day of the event.
If you’re a novice please let Registration/Check-In and Tech know this.