About this event
Welcome to CincySCCA Solo (Autocross) Program
Please use this "Event" to register your permanent numbers.
Permanent Numbers are :
- Intended for members who regularly compete in our event (At least half the events in past season)
- First come first serve.
- Reset every championship season.
For 2021 we will adhere to the SCCA Solo National Events Numbering policy:
- only 1-99 are allowed for single driver cars
- 101-199 are for the second drivers of 2-drivers cars
- No leading zeros allowed (i.e. 7 is allowed, but 007 is not)
* Registrations completed on/after March 1st has to be processed manually by the Event Registrar and it may take up to 1 week or longer .
* Cincinnati Region SCCA reserves rights to remove reserved permanent numbers at our discretion at any time during the season.
When you register, please make sure your MotorsportReg profile is as complete and correct as possible.
It is important to always use the same name, spelled exactly the same way, for each event. Failure to do so will result in season points scoring errors.
Cincinnati Region SCCA accept all SCCA Classifications. In addition, we also have Index Classes for similar category cars, as well as Novice, Pro, and Tire Index.
SCCA Classification is based on Year/Make/Model of the car as well as modification done to the car. Please check out SCCA Solo Rules for more info. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us; we are here to help!
If you choose to, we have Index Classes based on class category (Street, Street Touring, Street Prepared, Street Modified, Prepared, and Modified), as well as competitor's experience level (Novice and Pro). We also have Tire Index Class for vehicles in Street Prepared and above category but choose to run with street tires (UTQG above 200tw).
For example, a new competitor can run "Novice" PAX class with other novice drivers, regardless of their car and its preparation level. The competitor's time will be multiplied by "PAX Index", so that theoretically it will eliminate the factor of what car everyone is driving.
The intent of the PAX Classes is to create larger competition groups. They are fun and very popular. If you do not want to run in a PAX Class, Select the appropriate class for your car, and then select "None" for the PAX Class.
For Cincinnati index classes, identify your car with the index class and car number ONLY. For example, if entered in the Street Open (S) class with the number 12, your car should be identified as "12 S". There is NO need to put your base class on the car. Make sure your class and number are clearly visible from a distance. This helps a great deal in making our event operations run smoothly.
If you have questions or need help with registration please e-mail the event organizer.