About this event
ETRSCCA Solo Points Event # 1
Event Chair: TBD
Event Schedule is Subject to Change
We strongly encourage you to be on-site no later than 7:30AM, especially if you are a novice.
8:00 AM – 9:15 AM | Registration & Tech Open
8:00 AM | Course Ready to walk
8:00 AM | Novice Walks begin
9:30 AM | Course closed for walking
9:30 AM | Driver’s meeting
10:00 AM | Runs Begin
This event is limited to 100 participants.
The sound policy will be in effect with hard limit of 96 db. You can find the long version of the sound policy at the bottom of this page but no one wants "ear-bleeding loud" cars or events.
If you get a DNF on consecutive runs. You will be required to have a qualified ETR driver ride-along on your next run.
If you have questions, just ask. You can join our forum here to ask for help.
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Absolutely no donuts, burnouts, or other hoonage on or around the event site.
We value our event sites and inappropriate behavior cannot be tolerated. Please drive respectfully as you travel to and from the event.
Before any car can run, it must be inspected to make sure it is safe and in compliance. The basics of the inspection include:
- Battery securely bolted down. (This is the most common problem)
- If your battery is not in the stock location and is a wet cell battery it must be in a enclosed battery box such as one for a marine battery.
- Tires – no cord showing
- Wheel bearings, shocks, steering, and suspension in good operating condition.
- Seat belts in good operating condition.
- Brakes – firm pedal with no detectable drop with car not running and proper level of fluid in reservoir.
- All loose items removed (radar detectors, floor mats, etc.)
- Hubcaps and wheel rings removed unless they bolt on.
- All lugs present and tight.
- Throttle return action safe and positive (no sticky throttles)
- No excessive fluid leaks
Annual Tech Stickers will be available at a cost of $1.00. We require permanent classing letters and numbers for eligibility to the annual tech program.
Acceptable numbers and class designation must be on both sides of car.
You are responsible for this. Buy magnets, bring painters tape, masking tape, or frog tape (in a contrasting color from your car), or print your numbers and letters at home and tape them to the car. Whatever your solution, it should be legible from 100 feet away while in motion.
Novices must include "N" in your class letters on your car. The "N" should be first. Example: NAS, NSTS, NXP
Any competitor or passenger must sign the SCCA wavier, available on site.
SCCA Membership cards will be verified when you check-in at the registration trailer. If you are not an SCCA member, you must register for this event as an SCCA weekend member. Any passenger in a competition car must be a weekend member, but there is no fee for passengers.
Special Wavier for competitors, passengers, or participants that are under 18
All minors under 18 years old require a minor waiver to compete or spectate. For competitors the waiver must be signed by both parents, or by a verified single parent/guardian (requires evidence of status). This waiver is good for all events for a full calendar year from the date of its signing as long as the minor retains the pink waiver copy. For a minor spectator, one parent or guardian can sign a waiver good for a single event. Althought ETR has minor waviers at the event, it is best to be prepared ahead of event day – get the minor competitor’s waiver completed with all the parent/guardian signatures required.
THIS FORM MUST BE PRINTED IN COLOR
The minor waiver can be downloaded at: https://dk1xgl0d43mu1.cloudfront.net/user_files/scca/downloads/000/014/424/SCCA_Minor_SCCA_Official_1068_09_15.pdf?1461713821
Print the form (IN COLOR), get it signed by both parents or legal guardians, and present it at the registration table at the event.
Please visit our community forum if you have any questions about this wavier.
Loaner helmet availability will be limited due to Covid. Drivers are highly encouraged to bring their own helmet to ensure that they are able to participate. If you bring your own, it must meet SCCA guidelines. Learn more about helmet requirements here.