CNY SCCA Solo
SCCA - Central New York Region - Solo
Registration closed August 11, 2017 11:59 PM on August 11, 2017 11:59 PM EDT Registration ends August 11, 2017 11:59 PM on August 11, 2017 11:59 PM EDT Registration opens April 17, 2017 12:00 AM on April 17, 2017 12:00 AM EDT Registration runs from April 17, 2017 12:00 AM to August 11, 2017 11:59 PM
This is the sixth event of the 2017 CNY SCCA Burdick Ford Solo Championship, and is taking place at a new site for us - the Oswego County Airport. The exact location being used is the EVOC training course, located in the southeast corner of the facility.
Please Note: The primary entrance to the event site is on Flood Drive, which is not the airport's primary public entrance.
We offer the following classes at all our events:
The Novice class is intended for anyone new to the sport, regardless of what vehicle they are using. Generally competitors choose to stay in the Novice class for their first full season of competition. This class allows those new to the sport to only compete against others who are new to the sport. This class is scored using the PAX handicapping system to allow drivers with cars of vastly differing performance envelopes to compete on a more level playing field.
The Street class is for all "stock" vehicles competing on street tires (treadwear rating 200 or higher). This is our most popular class, and is intended for vehicles which have not been modified from stock condition - although some sensible changes are allowed (non-performance cosmetic or comfort upgrades, repair parts, etc). Sub classes range from "Super Street" (late model Corvette's, Porsche's, etc) to "H Street" (economy cars), but also includes the Heritage Classic Street sub-class. This class is also scored using the PAX handicapping system based on a vehicle's sub-class.
Street Touring + Classic American Muscle
The Street Touring class is intended for vehicles which have common "tuner" type modification, and is also run on street tires. Some of the modifications allowed in this class are extensive suspension modifications (shocks, springs, coilovers, sway bars, etc), and mild engine tuning. The Classic American Muscle classes are similar, but are designed more for classic muscle cars, with popular mild modifications. This class is also scored using the PAX handicapping system based on a vehicle's sub-class.
Street Prepared + Street Modified + SSR
The Street Prepared classes are intended for Street Touring vehicles which have had a more extreme level of modification done. This class allows significant changes to the vehicle - in some cases including even swapping major components for those from a newer model year. The Street Modified classes take this even further by allowing nearly unlimited engine modification, including swapping in nearly any engine from the same manufacturer. Both of these classes allow R-Compound tires, such as the popular Hoosier A7 semi-slick tire, which is why SSR (Super Street + R-Compounds) vehicles are also included. This class is also scored using the PAX handicapping system based on a vehicle's sub-class.
Prepared + Modified + FSAE + HCR
This class is for the fastest vehicles allowed - ranging from heavily modified production cars, to cars which never even saw a factory assembly line. Former racing cars, shifter karts, and the like are also commonly found here. This class is also scored using the PAX handicapping system based on a vehicle's sub-class.
Are you tired of winning? Me either - but for those of you who are looking for more serious competition, this is your place. This class is intended for drivers who want to compete against the best drivers at the event. This class is also scored using the PAX handicapping system based on a vehicle's sub-class.
The Junior Kart program allows children as young as 5 years old, up to the age of 16 to compete in age-appropriate racing karts.