About this event
EVENT CAP 160 due to space
2022 DRSCCA Solo Supps
In light of the pandemic, we’re taking precautions to ensure that our autocross events are as safe as possible for all entrants and volunteers. We will continue to re-evaluate our procedures as things change.
We ask that you be patient and understanding with the actions that we are taking. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact John Li, the Solo Director.
Solo Director: John Li
Pre-registration and pre-payment makes registration and check-in much faster, and facilitates contactless check-in on-site. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tammy Breece, Registrar.
Paddock, Course, and Timing Truck rules
When outside and not in cars, all entrants and event workers must maintain 6 feet of social distance from non-related persons. This means staying 6 feet away from other people in the paddock, out on the course when doing course walks or working corners, and in spectator areas.
It is strongly recommended that drivers bring their own helmets if at all possible.
We will allow drivers to borrow loaner helmets. You will be asked to use a head sock with the helmet. Passengers are not guaranteed access to loaner helmets; we will be trying to reduce the number of folks sharing helmets while still offering drivers without helmets an opportunity to compete without having to buy their own.
We will not be able to sanitize helmets between users, and will attempt to limit to the best of our ability the number of drivers that end up sharing a helmet. If you are not comfortable with this, please bring your own helmet to the event.
Welcome to the Detroit Region of the SCCA
If you like to drive hard, then Autocross is for you! During autocross competition, drivers compete against the clock as they navigate technical courses. Each driver is given at least three chances to post their best time. It's fast, it's fun, and nearly anyone can afford to participate.
If you'd like to participate in the next autocross event, your car and a helmet are pretty much all you'll need to get started. Autocross competition is broken down into a number of classes so that virtually any car can be competitive. So whether you own a Corvette or a Civic, you can be sure you'll have a great time. So make your plans to attend today.
For more information about event dates, and location, check out the Solo schedule of events. We want to see you there!
For future events and information go to http://drscca.org/solo/.
***Your SCCA Member #, First & Last Name MUST match your national SCCA Membership exactly***
31777 Industrial Road, Livonia, MI 48150
Karl Riggs - Event Chair
Eric Penn - Safety Steward
Andrew Schumacher - Waiver Chief
7:00 am - Site Open
7:30 - 9:00 am - Registration
7:30 - 9:00 am - Tech Inspection Open
8:00 - 9:15 am - Course Open for Walking
8:00 AND 9:00 am - Novice Course Walks
9:30 am - Mandatory Driver's Meeting for ALL Drivers
After the driver's meeting, 1st Heat Drivers to Grid and Workers report to Worker Chief
(EVERYONE is required to WORK, this is not optional)
10:00 am - 1st Car on Course
Times could vary but our goal is to have a successful event!
We enforce SCCA sound rules at all of our events.
BE SURE TO BRING:
Your driver’s license
Your SCCA Member Card (if applicable)
Helmets are required, for acceptable helmet certifications click link below...
Class name and numbers (MUST BE ON BOTH SIDES OF THE VEHICLE), or have CONTRASTING painters tape or electrical tape to create your own on site. (Be mindful it needs to be CLEARLY visible from 50'+ away)
- Water / Gatorade (plenty of it)
- Lunch (No lunch vendor on site, approx. 30 minute lunch break depending on event flow)
- Bug spray
- Rain gear / umbrella
- Hat / cap
- Folding chair
- Tire pressure gauge
- Tools, jack, jack stands (please protect the site and use stands that don't dig into the asphalt)
- Paper and a pen
Non-SCCA Members: $55
On-site payments are NOT accepted at this time.
Members: 9 worker points
If you are an Detroit Region SCCA member that has earned worker points ($5 per point) for working as an event chair, core event volunteer, or performing other volunteer roles in Race, Rally, and Rallycross, you may use worker points to pay for your entry fee. Add a note to your entry during checkout (defer payment and leave a comment) stating that you'd like to use worker points, and the Registrar will verify and deduct the amount from your worker point balance. You can check your worker point balance on the DRSCCA website.
We will run rain or shine, so be prepared to run and bring appropriate clothing!
We are looking for help in all specialty areas, so please don't be afraid to step up and help out if there is something you are interested in learning!
You must check in at Registration the day of the event, regardless of your online registration or payment status.
Again, please remember to have your Driver's License and SCCA Member card with you when checkin in at the registration table.