Sun, Apr 21, 2024

Lincoln Tech Fun Event 1

Lincoln College of Technology

About this event

Indianapolis Region SCCA Solo Series Presents:  FUN EVENT 1 

SUN. APR. 21, 2024 @ 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

We will have a short cone course made on in the parking lot. The format of this event will be informal with a focus on fun, but all requirements for safety and vehicle tech will be followed. An hour or two will be selected to give instruction on timing and scoring for those who wish to learn.

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Rain or Shine

Gates open at 7am or sunrise, whichever is later.

7:30-9:00:Registration open

7:30-9:00:Tech open

8:00-9:15:Course available for walking once Safety Steward has cleared it

9:00-9:15:Novice drivers walk (highly encouraged)

9:30-9:45:Drivers meeting (mandatory)

10:00:First car off

Scheduled times and run/work orders are subject to change due to location restrictions and conditions.


Registration Fee:

$40.00 for current SCCA members

$60.00 for non-members signing a weekend membership



Run/work assignments for Sunday will be pre-assigned based on the entry list, and in a manner that balances heat sizes and worker coverage. Workers should be ready to report for work before their heat begins. Heat changeovers will be brief. Please listen for announcements made by the Chief of Workers and be on time for your work assignment. Lateness may be taken as a no-show and result in disqualification.

Event requirements

1. Minors

A minor waiver document must be completed and submitted to registration if a minor driver (5 - 17 years old), a minor passenger (12 - 17 years old or >57" tall) or minor worker (12 - 17 years old) will be entering the "hot" areas of competition (staging, grid, start, finish, course, etc).
Children under 12 years old (except minor drivers) are not permitted in "hot" areas per the Solo Rules section

There are two different forms for minor waivers, depending on when they are signed:

One form can be signed and notarized by a notary public:

The other form can be signed and signed off by an IndySCCA official at registration:

BOTH parents' signatures must be present and witnessed by a notary public or by an IndySCCA official at registration.
The minor's signature must be present and witnessed by a notary public or by an IndySCCA official at registration.
If a parent/guardian has sole custody, the parent/guardian must have a completed and signed affidavit stating he/she has sole custody and no other parent/guardian has a lawful claim to custody of the minor.


Entries (2)

Zach Norman

Lincoln College of Technology

Indianapolis, IN


Autocross/Solo organized by

SCCA - Indianapolis Region

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