About this event
Presents the Solo Points Series Event #1 at the Lincoln Air Park!
Sunday, March 27th, 2022 - Solo Points #1
Eventmaster Solo Points:TBD
Course Designer: TBD
Solo Safety Steward:TBD
Sunday Event Schedule
Gates open at 8:00 am
Tech: 8:30 - 9:30 am
Novice Driver Meeting: 9:15 am
Course Closed for Walking: 9:45 am
Mandatory Driver's Meeting: 10:00 am
First Car on Course: 10:30 am
SCCA Member Cost:
Sunday Points Event: $40
Online registration and payment are highly encouraged. All drivers must check-in with registration at the NRSCCA trailer to confirm attendance and complete the payment process (either charge the card on file with MSR or other means).
To rent a loaner helmet, you must request one through MSR. The cost is $5.00, and numerous sizes are available.
- All helmet rentals come with a disposable balaclava. This balaclava must be worn when wearing the helmet.
- Other balaclavas, including ones reused from previous rentals, are not allowed.
- Helmet rentals are only for the heat that you participate in as a driver, and must be promptly returned at the end of the heat.
- Each size of helmet has a limited quantity, and their availability is on a first-come basis.
Have your vehicle competion ready when you get to Tech. This include numbers and class placed on the vehicle and floor mats removed.
An optional parade lap will be offered to any NOV class drivers at the beginning of the heat.
Please visit nrscca.speedwaiver.com to fill out the electronic waiver.
Located in NW Lincoln, West of the Lincoln Airport.
Closest Intersection: NW 34th Street & West Mathis Street, Lincoln, NE 68524
Directions from I-80:
- Take the NW 48th Exit North from I-80
- Turn right (East) on West Mathis Street
- Continue East until you reach the fence
- Turn Right and sign the waiver at the gate
SOCIAL DISTANCING: There is plenty of room at our event sites to maintain social distancing of at least six feet between individuals preferably further when possible. We recommend that you do this in order to protect yourself and others. Please your distance while in paddock, in grid, or waiting for the portable toilets. Some ares will be marked with boxes 6 feet apart to guide you. Another good guide is the concrete slabs; most are twenty-five feet wide.
FACE COVERINGS: We recommend that you wear recommended face coverings whenever you are around others. We asks that you bring your own masks. Bandanas and scarves will work well, especially of folded into three layers. We will, however, have a limited supply of disposable masks available for a small cost.
HAND WASHING & HAND SANITIZER: We will have supplies of hand sanitizer and a hand washing station available for you to use. Use these before and after using the portable toilets and also before and after touching surfaces that others may touch. Nitrile gloves can help in this regard, but only if they are kept clean.
FOOD & DRINK: Please bring your own and carefully discard the empties and packaging. We will stack bottled water that you are welcome to consume on site. Please do not leave water bottles or other items laying around for others to pick up.
PADDOCK & GRID: Paddock your vehicles at least 25 feet apart, the width of one of the large concrete squares. Use more space if you need it for your tow vehicle and trailer as well. This way, you can work around your vehicles while maintaining distance. We will grid cars further apart for the same reason.
VEHICLE TECH INSPECTION: Bring your vehicle to tech and follow the instructions of the inspection team. Wait for instructions.
COMMUNICATIONS: Our primary means of communication with you will be by the Public address system and the live timing web page (live.nrscca.com). Keep your distance from the trailer, course and grid workers, and others operating the event. If you have a question about timing or the status of your runs, please speak to a grid worker, from a safe distance, of course.
WORK ASSIGNMENTS: As is our practice, all participants are also event workers who keep the event moving ahead smoothly. This may mean handling shared equipment or touching cones or other surfaces that others have touched. Therefore, we ask you to put on a fresh pair of nitrile gloves (provided) at the beginning of your work assignment, before picking up radios, flags, cones, etc. Radios and Flags should be brought back to the trailer so that they can be sanitized between work sessions.
The Mission of the SCCA is to fuel a safe, fun and exciting motorsports experience for auto enthusiasts. Our Vision is to be the preferred motorsports community in the U.S., built on fun, shared passion and access to an exhilarating motorsports experience.
Keep Safe; Stay Healthy; Have Fun.
Steve Ducharme (392540)
Regional Executive Nebraska Region SCCA
All Competitors must register online by the posted date and time, and must complete on-site check-in during the time period specified the Event Schedule. All competition vehicles must pass the safety technical inspection ("Tech") during the time period specified the Event Schedule.
Vehicle Number Information:
Single driver vehicles MUST choose an available number between 1 and 99. Vehicles with co-drivers should have the primary driver with a number between 1-99, with the co-driver having the number +100. Ex: Driver 1, number 12, co-driver number 112 in the same class. This allows us to group your vehicle in proper grid spot with your co-driver.
NRSCCA PAX Class Explanations
NRSCCA Offers entrants to run in SCCA Open Classes, or in one of the following PAX Classes:
Open to all ladies driving vehicles eligible for any open class. Open To: Ladies in All Open Classes. Displayed Car Class is Open Class+L (for example SSL, ASPL, SML, etc) or LDY.
Designed for experienced drivers to compete against other experienced drivers across various classes. Open To: All Open Classes. Displayed Car Class is PRO.
Vehicles entered in one of the above PAX classes will run with the designated PAX class, and not with the open class. Cars running in the incorrect heat or with an incorrect class designation on their vehicles may not be scored at the discretion of the event staff. Please be aware of run orders. If there are any questions, please ask.
NRSCCA also offers a non-points, non-trophy Novice Class (NOV). This class is intended for new participants that don't necessarily feel they are ready for open class competition. People who consider themselves as novices DO NOT have to run in this class.
Competitor and Vehicle Preparation:
Competitors must have a driver’s license valid on the day of competition and be familiar with the current SCCA Solo Rules. The competition vehicle must comply with the the current SCCA Solo Rules. and ready to pass an onsite technical inspection.