Fri, Aug 3 - Sun, Aug 5, 2018

R&S/SPS Midwest Divisional Solo Championship

Lincoln Air Park

About this event

Nebraska Region SCCA Presents the
R&S Racing/Solo Performance Specialties
Midwest Divisional Solo Championship

August 4-5, 2018

Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln Nebraska
Using the 2017 Solo National Championship Courses

Event Chairman: Mark Walker (402) 968-3282
Chief Steward: Al Hermans (816) 478-2386
Solo Safety Steward: TBA
Solo Youth Steward: Mike Herrick
Chief of Registration: Mark Walker (402) 968-3282

Schedule of Events:

Friday, August 3
4:00pm - 9:00pm Gates open
5:00pm - 8:45pm Courses open for walking
5:00pm - 8:00pm Registration and Technical inspection
5:00pm - out of food Welcome party at site
9:00pm Site closes - Everyone must be off site by 9:00pm
*** There is no overnight camping on site for this event ***
Saturday, August 4
7:00am Gates open
7:00am - 8:30am Courses open for walking (West course open all day Saturday)
7:00am - 8:00am Late registration and Technical inspection by appointment only
8:30am Mandatory drivers meeting at timing & scoring
8:30am Heat 1 cars to grid
9:00am Competition begins
6:00pm Dinner on site:  Smoked chicken breast sandwiches, potatoes au gratin, salad. Vegetarian meals available on request.

Site closes - Everyone must be off site by 9:00pm
There is no overnight camping on site for this event!

Sunday, August 5
7:00am Gates open
7:00am - 7:30am Course open for walking
7:30am Heat 1 cars to grid
8:00am Competition begins
After last heat Trophy Presentation at site

SCCA Member Cost: $75.00
Weekend Membership $10.00
Extra Dinner Ticket $10.00

Payments will be deferred until August 4, 2018.


Location Information: map 

Located in NW Lincoln, West of the Lincoln Airport.
Closest Intersection: NW 34th Street & West Mathis Street Lincoln, NE 68524

Directions from Interstate-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







Event requirements

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. For example, the first driver uses number 12, then the second driver must use number 112 in the same class. This allows us to group your vehicle in the proper grid spot with your co-driver. 








Entries (141)

Justin Sexton
Sean Greer
Craig Wilcox
Oussama Talha
Brandon Thomas
David Cosseboom
Mark Foley
Danny Thomas

Lincoln Air Park

Lincoln, NE
Download track map
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SCCA - Nebraska Region

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