About this event
Welcome to the 2019 SASC Championship presented by Overtime Rentals
This event is capped at 60 entrants
Details on the season championship and other scheduled events can be found here:
Airdrie Air Park
• $90 – Members Online Payment (cutoff is 60hrs before event starts)
• $110– Members Late Sign Up Fee (cutoff is 18hrs before event starts) or Onsite Payment (email@example.com e-transfer payment)
• $110 – Non-Members Online Payment (cutoff is 60hrs before event starts)
• $130 – Non-Members Late Sign Up Fee (cutoff is 18hrs before event starts) or Onsite Payment (firstname.lastname@example.org e-transfer payment)
CASH WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED AT ANY SASC EVENTS. Online payment via credit card, pre-paid credit card or Visa debit card is preferred, however on site e-transfer payments (sent to email@example.com with the password as "southern") will also be accepted, a screen shot of the e-transfer must be shown to the workers at the onsite check-in.
Walk-up registrations at Airdrie Air Park will not be permitted (must have pre-registered online). Event will be capped at 60 drivers.
1. Members of either the SASC or another WCMA Affiliated Club. Membership cards are to be shown at the on-site check in in order to be eligible for discount. No card, no discount, no exceptions.
$50 – Single
$75 – Family
Sign up for a membership here:
Airdrie Air Park*
8:45am – Gates Open and Course Setup
9:45am – Gates Close for entrants
9:50am - On-Site Mandatory Check-In (with timing vehicle) & Vehicle Tech Inspection Close
9:45am – Course open for walking/Guided Course Walk (aka Rookie Course Walk)/Group 1 cars may move to grid
10:55am – Mandatory Drivers Meeting - Group 1 cars must be in grid with all equipment needed to run/Group 1 Workers ready to work after meeting.
11:15pm - First car out, start of timed runs, Gates are reopened for spectator access
5:30pm – Timed Runs Must Finish, Takedown & Cleanup
6:30pm – Everything must be off-site, Runway Now Active
*Schedule may change slightly
NOTE: Anyone that has not checked in with the timing vehicle prior to 9:00am will not be allowed to run that day, no exceptions. Online registration is different from the on-site check-in with the workers in the timing vehicle.
Additional Notes about Airdrie Airpark Site:
- This is a new site for our club, some of the timing and logistics will be flexible in the day, but we must vacate it completely by 6:30pm. We appreciate everyone's effort to help this event run as smooth and as quickly as possible. This time restraint is the reasoning behind the 60 vehicle cap
- Due to the configuration of the site, and the electronic code, the gate will only be manned for the start of the day and the end of the day. If you need to leave the site for any reason it may be done by request. This will be discussed at the drivers meeting once we have finalized run groups.
- There will be no lunch break, the only breaks will be between heats depending on group orientation. Please make sure to bring food with you for the day, try your best to eat prior to the start of the event and eat between running/working, again depending on group configuration.
- The site configuration is similar to Fort Macleod that there is not free access between pit and grids, please make sure you have everything with you at your car when you bring it to grid, it will take a long time to walk back to the pits to get anything
- The portable washrooms will be at the north end of the runway, and we will be at the south, please keep this in mind throughout the day.
- Finally, please respect the site speed limit and show respect for the property as it is an active runway.
- A map of the site is below with the specific areas.
- Any questions, please ask.
For those that wish to take part in the championship please read the following. Please note that participation in the championship is not mandatory.
1. STREET - All street classes
2. STOUR – All Street Touring (ST) classes, Classic American Muscle (CAM) classes and Solo Spec Coupe (SSC)
3. PREPMOD – All Prepared classes, Street Prepared (SP) classes, Street Modified (SM) classes, Modified classes and SSR
6. OPEN/CHALLENGE – The catchall/fun class (PAX of 1.0)
1. A Rookie is defined as someone who is a 1st year regular participant. Previous year random/occasional participation still allows for Rookie qualification. 3rd year participant no longer qualifies for Rookie, regardless of the number of events. Any 1st year regular participant does not qualify for 2nd year Rookie participation.
Scoring will be based on a best of 7 format. Scoring within each of the above superclasses will be based on PAX/RTP of the applicable class. All of the day’s count as a single event except practice events.
PAX/RTP values can be found here: https://www.autoxandtrack.com/scca-autocross-2018-pax-index-comparison/
Top 1 driver from each of the above mentioned superclasses will receive a jacket
Top 3 drivers from each of the above mentioned superclasses will receive a trophy
We have a strict sound policy; The measurement will be taken at a point where the vehicle can reasonably be expected to be under load at full throttle. The measuring point will be 50 feet from the edge of the course using an ANSI Type 2 sound meter set to “A” weighting, “Slow” response. The microphone will be placed 3-4 feet above ground level, positioned perpendicular to vehicle direction of travel. Measurement will be taken at a minimum of 1 sound station but usually 2, rules apply for both stations.
If a vehicle registers a reading between 91.0-92.9dB the driver(s) will be given a courtesy warning that they are near the limit.
If a vehicle registers a reading at 93.0dB or greater the driver must make a mechanical change to the vehicle (ex. install a turn-down1, install a silencer, close an exhaust valve(s)2 etc.), the mechanical change must be shown to and accepted by the Event Chair or other SASC Executive member prior to the next run. A “mechanical delay” is permissible to make this change. If during the next run the driver(s) registers a second reading at 93.0dB or greater that vehicle will not be allowed to continue running (for both drivers in case of a two driver car).
Vehicles that register below the 92.9dB maximum in the measured section(s) of the course but are found to be excessively loud (eg. exhaust backfire, tire squeal etc.) in other sections of the course may also not be allowed to continue running if so deemed by the Event Chair or other SASC Executive member.
Drivers of vehicles that blow over within their first two runs will receive their money back should they be unable to make a successful mechanical change and not able to continue their runs in a different vehicle. If the vehicle blows over after the first two runs refunds will not be issued.
Please note that this also applies to showroom stock vehicles, we are aware that there are a very small handful of unmodified cars (ex. Porsche 911 GT3 and Ford Mustang 350R) that can exceed the 92.9dB maximum, these vehicles must still adhere to the sound policy.
Our sound policy is based on the SCCA’s which can be found in Appendix 1 of the rules located here: https://www.scca.com/pages/solo-cars-and-rules
1. Turndowns can only be installed pointing directly upwards, downwards, or rearwards, pointing the turndown 90° away from the sound meter is not allowed.
2. Exhaust valves that are adjustable electronically via the push of a button inside the vehicle are acceptable.
Rules & Regulations
• No alcohol or drugs at the venue, zero tolerance
• No stunting/drifting/burnouts/hooning at any of our events
• You must obey all posted speed limits and drive respectfully on surrounding roads, those seen stunting, speeding or driving recklessly will be banned from future events
• This is a volunteer based sport, in order to drive you must also work, those that don’t work their assignment both in the morning and afternoon will be banned from future events
• When competing, your personal vehicle insurance is void, if you attempt to make a claim that is considered insurance fraud. In the event of an incident the SASC will fully cooperate with insurance companies. The SASC carries insurance to protect the venue.
The ASN Autoslalom regs can be found here:
Valid helmets for Autoslalom competition in the 2019 season are:
• FIA 8860-2004
• FIA 8860-2010
• Snell 2015 SA, or 2015 M
• Snell 2010 SA, 2010 SAH, or 2010 M
• Snell 2005 SA, or 2005 M (expiry 31.12.2018)
• SFI Foundation 31.1/2015
• SFI Foundation 31.1/2010
• SFI Foundation 31.1/2005 (expiry 31.12.2018)
• SFI Foundation 31.1A or 31.2A (expiry 31.12, 2015)
• ECE R22.05 (expiry: ten years after date of manufacture as noted on unaltered, helmet label)
Starting in 2019 all helmets must pass a tech inspection, acceptable helmets will have a sticker affixed allowing their use in the 2019 season.
SCCA Rules & Car Classing Information can be found here:
Tech & Helmet Inspection
All vehicles will be checked by the Tech Steward or designate before they are allowed to compete, once a vehicle passes tech inspection a sticker is affixed to the inside of the windshield allowing the vehicle to compete for the duration of the 2018 season. A Tech Inspection includes but is not limited to:
• Vehicle is in the correct class
• No loose objects inside the passenger compartment
• Static brake test
• Battery is secure (no bungee cables/cords allowed)
• No leaks
• No excessive wheel play
• A valid helmet (a sticker will be affixed to the helmet after inspection, sticker is valid for the duration of the 2019 season)
The vehicle owner/driver is still ultimately responsible for the condition of the vehicle and must ensure that it is safe to operate.
A copy of the self-tech inspection form can be found here:
Please bring a completed and signed vehicle self-inspection form with you to the event. Forms must be handed in to workers during on-site check in.