About this event
Saturday July 25th, 2020 - Solo Test and Tune
Eventmaster TnT: TBD
Solo Safety Steward: Steve Ducharme
Gates open at 7:00 am
Tech & Check In: 7:30 - 9:30 am
Drivers Meeting: 9:45 am
First Car on Course: 10:00 am
SCCA Member Cost:
Saturday Test and Tune: $50
NEW PAYMENT POLICY:
ONLINE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT. THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION OR PAYMENT AT THIS TIME.
To pre-register, you must have a card on file for your MSR account. However, this card will not be charged until you are checked-in on-site. And refunds should not be necessary as you will only be charged for the event if you are in attendance.
Please remain in your car with the windows up and follow the directions of the tech inspector.
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
NEW: Saturday events are now limited to valid SCCA membership holders with 6+ events of experience. All registrations are subject to approval by the registrar.
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.
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.