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SCCA Open Time Trial/Track Event #2 @ Putnam Park

SCCA Open Time Trial/Track Event #2 @ Putnam Park

SCCA - Indianapolis Region

Saturday, August 15, 2020
Putnam Park Road Course, Mount Meridian, IN

Registration closed August 14, 2020 6:00 PM at 2020-08-14T15:00:00-0700 Registration ends August 14, 2020 6:00 PM at 2020-08-14T15:00:00-0700 Registration opens July 5, 2020 6:00 AM at 2020-07-05T03:00:00-0700 Registration runs from July 5, 2020 6:00 AM to August 14, 2020 6:00 PM


Join the Indy Region SCCA for our NEW Time Trials Series! This will be a 3 Event Series we will take the best 2 of the 3 event finishes.  This is our Second Time Trial Event of the season,

August 15th 2020 on the Putnam Park Road Course in Greencastle Indiana.  Time Trials will be open to ALL. This is the same as an open track day with the added element of receiving timed laps during your sessions on track and awards at the end of the day.  We have included the all the needed timing equipment in the cost of the event. If you have a transponder let us know at the event and we will give you a $20 dollar discount.  We have classes with  professional Instruction for Novice Drivers.

Time Trials are open to street licensed and “closed wheel” cars. Not a SCCA member? No problem!  Weekend memberships are only $15 (and, you can apply the cost to a full membership if you upgrade later!)

Cost:  $295/day (About 2 hours of track time) Novice - Intermediate - Advanced Run Groups. Novice group drivers will receive included Professional  Driving instruction in the classroom. 

*We will include lunch and if available will have dinner following at Chicago’s Pizza following the event with food, beverages, and plenty of bench racing.

*Due to covid 19 this may be unavailable dependent on guidelines available at the time of the event. 

What: Open Track Event & Time Trial

Where: Putnam Park Road Course, Greencastle, Indiana

When: August, 15th 2020 – SCCA Sanction Number:  



Download and READ the Schedule of EVENTS HERE

                                       SCCA Tech Form HERE 

                                       Competition Rules HERE

                                       Car Classing Rules HERE

                                       SCCA Safety Rules HERE


Our events are FAMILY FRIENDLY!  Bring yourself, your mom, your kids, or your buddies and have a great day Putnam Park!

**Race prepared cars are allowed.  Please see the Time Trial rules for acceptable vehicles.  NO OPEN WHEEL CARS ALLOWED at this event.

 What is a SCCA Track Event?

For those who have never sat behind the wheel while on a track, the Track Event provides instruction in both the classroom and on the track, giving novice drivers the opportunity to improve their driving skills and increase their enjoyment of driving their street vehicle**.

this will happen the firs 4 sessions of the day, and will be practice for the Time trials For those who have track experience, Track Events offer Intermediate and Advanced run group options*.  These groups offer the experienced driver a chance to hone skills in a non-competitive environment.

What is a SCCA Time Trial?

Time Trial event is the same as a Track event except 2 sessions have a timing element. If you hold and SCCA Competition License or you have earned an SCCA Novice permit that day in the Track Event.  You can run in the Time Trial Event which will be the last 2 sessions of the day. After the laps on the track tuning your setup now put them to the test and go for Trophy’s and Prizes. The SCCA Time Trial Nationals will be Held Sept. 24-27 at NCM Motorsports Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The licenses earned here will allow entry to that event.  



By now, you are well aware that complications from the COVID-19 virus are impacting motorsports events across the country, and that includes the INDY SCCA Time Trials . The health and safety of our members, participants and staff remains our top priority. 

SCCA Leadership is continuing to closely monitor health experts and public health mandates to help determine any further impacts to our event schedule, and those will be listed below. For the most up-to-date information on please watch the indiana review ther indiana Back on track Guidlines  for more updates from th scca looke at the official announcements posted on