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NEPA SCCA 2021 Solo Events #1 & #2


NEPA SCCA 2021 Solo Events #1 & #2

SCCA - Northeastern Penna Region - Solo

Saturday, Apr 24 — Sunday, Apr 25, 2021
Lycoming Mall, Pennsdale, PA


Registration closed April 23, 2021 6:00 PM at 2021-04-23T15:00:00-0700 Registration ends April 23, 2021 6:00 PM at 2021-04-23T15:00:00-0700 Registration opens April 2, 2021 12:00 AM at 2021-04-01T21:00:00-0700 Registration runs from April 2, 2021 12:00 AM to April 23, 2021 6:00 PM


 

NEPA SCCA Solo Points Event #1 & #2

This is TWO separate events, registration options for each day are available on the registration form. You can register here for both days or individual days.

Regular Season Event Schedule:

  • 7:00am to 8:30am: Course/Equipment Setup (Assistance for course/equipment setup is always welcome)
  • 8:00am to 9:00am: Registration/check-in (CHECK-IN IS MANDATORY), Tech Inspection, and Course Walks
  • SCCA Solo Tech Sheet Fill this out prior to event to save time and minimize contact during tech inspection.
  • Competitor must be in line for registration by 9am. Registration after 9am is at the discretion of the Event Chairman. Late fee will apply if approved.
  • 9:20am: REQUIRED Driver's Meeting (All drivers must attend!)
  • 9:40am: Novice Course Walk with Novice Chief
  • 10:00am: The first car off the line!
  • We normally run 4 heats throughout the day. Two morning heats and two afternoon heats. Each competitor will run one morning heat and one afternoon heat. You are required to work 1 of the 2 heats that you are not driving. Heat numbers and work assignments can be adjusted prior to the event based on turnout.

Entry Price:

  • SCCA Member Online Entry Fee: $40*
  • Non-SCCA Member: Online Entry Fee + $15 SCCA Weekend Membership Fee
  • Onsite/Walk-up Registration Fee: $5 + Applicable Entry Fee

Classing:

NEPA SCCA runs all SCCA Solo National classes in both Open and Ladies classes. We also provide a Novice class for first timers or those with very little experience in auto-x. 

Competitors are responsible for determining the correct class their vehicle is eligible to compete in. Class and competition rules as well as various other rules pertaining to SCCA Solo can be found here.

 

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