About this event
Fort Wayne Region and Indiana North West Region Sports Car Club of America presents:
FWR/INR GLSS Points Event #8 and #9
Grissom AFB, Peru, IN
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY WILL BE POINTS EVENTS FOR both FWR and INR
7:45 - 8:45: Registration
8:00 - 9:00: Tech open
8:00 - 9:15: Course walk*
9:15 - 9:30: Novice Walk
9:30 - 9:45: Drivers meeting
10:00: First car on course
*once the safety stewards clear and verify the course
**timeline is the same for both Saturday and Sunday
Individual day pre-register pricing:
SCCA Member: $35
SCCA Non-Member: $35.
SCCA Non-Member Weekend Membership $15.00
Weekend Memberships MUST be PAID for and done PRIOR to the event in order to participate
Individual day walkup pricing:
SCCA Member: $40
SCCA Non-Member: $40
Weekend Membership: $15.00
Register for both days.
SCCA Member: $65
SCCA Non-Member: $65
Everyone on site must sign the SCCA insurance waiver and have a valid driver license to compete. If the driver is under 18, they must have a minor waiver signed by both parents – contact Keith Hagen for details. Events run rain or shine.
Ivan Almodovar- Solo Director
All Minors (competitor or spectator under 18) at the event site MUST be accompanied by at least one parent (or legal guardian) during the entire course of the event. The parent (or legal guardian) must complete a Minor Liability Waiver for all accompanied Minors at the site.
For Minor Competitors, BOTH parents (or legal guardians) MUST sign a Minor Liability Waiver before the minor may be allowed to compete. Proof of full legal custody is required for single-parent households.
A parent (or legal guardian) of any Minor Competitor MUST remain at the event site until the completion of the event.
Copies of the Minor Liability Waiver are available before events upon request from the Solo Chairman.
2. 4 Wheel Drive or High Center of Gravity Vehicles
Due to the increased chance of rollovers, 4 wheel drive vehicles (not AWD) or vehicles with a high center of gravity and a narrow track are not allowed. Examples of excluded vehicles include but are not limited to:
Any vehicle on light truck rated tires.
Any vehicle with a 4-wheel drive transfer case.
Any full size van.
Any vehicle with a lift kit.
Any vehicle with a wheelbase exceeding 116 inches.
Any vehicle deemed by the Solo Chairman, Event Chairman, or Solo Safety Steward to be at risk of a rollover.
Examples of vehicles: Suzuki Samurai, Jeep CJ series, Geo Sidekick, Chevy Blazer, Ford Explorer, Dodge Caravan, Honda Odyssey, Ford F150 4WD, Dodge Ram 4WD, Chevy Silverado 4WD
3. Uncompleted Work Assignments
All competitors MUST complete their scheduled work assignment in order to be eligible for event trophies or year-end points. If a competitor does not complete their work assignment during their scheduled time, the competitors scheduled runs will be forfeited and entry fee will not be refunded. If the competitor does not complete their work assignment after completing their scheduled runs, the competitor will be disqualified from the event, will not be eligible for trophies, and will not score any points towards year-end awards. If it is documented that a competitor has skipped work assignments at more than one event during a season, the competitor will be subject to possible exclusion from competing in future events per the Solo Chairman’s discretion.
4. Car numbering and lettering.
Per National rules, numbers must be a minimum of 8" high with a 1.25" stroke. Class letters must be a minimum of 4" high with a 0.75" stroke. They may be made of any durable material that contrasts with the car’s paint. We will allow tape as long as the finished product meets requirements and are on the car before tech occurs. The correct width tape in different colors will be provided at the event for people who don’t bring their own numbers.
“Shoe polish” numbers will not be allowed.
Positioning the numbers on the car’s paint is preferred, but numbers may be placed on the car’s rear-side windows with the following conditions: The numbers/letters must meet size and material requirements (no shoe polish). The window must be adequately tinted so high contrast is maintained. If the tinting allows much light/detail to pass through the window, then the high contrast is lost and won't be allowed. The numbers and letters do not have to be the same color, as long as high contrast is achieved. So, panel numbers that are the correct size, and have high contrast with the panel, can be used with a different class color to maintain contrast with the car color.
There will be a limited number of loaner helmets available.
Helmets meeting the following standards must be worn while on course:
All helmets meeting the latest or two immediately preceding Snell Foundation standards (SA2015, SA2010, SAH2010, M2015, M2010, K2015, K2010**), SFI standards 31.1, 41.1, 31.1A, 31.2A, 41.1A, 41.2A or British spec BS6658-85 type A/FR are acceptable.
Formula Junior drivers must use helmets meeting the above, SFI 24.1 (Youth Helmets), Snell CMR2007 (Children’s Motorsports Restricted), or Snell CMS2007 (Children’s Motorsports Standard) specifications.
For maximum protection, helmets must fit securely and should provide adequate peripheral vision. The chin strap must be securely fastened.
Drivers are responsible for knowing the classification of their own car with modifications before the event. Official 2020 rules can be found online at https://www.scca.com/pages/solo-cars-and-rules