About this event
PLEASE NOTE- This is intended for street cars or equivalent. Vehicles must either be licensed for street use or be reasonably capable of being licensed. SUVs, full size trucks and other high center of gravity vehicles that present a roll-over risk are not allowed. Additionally, Starting Line entrants must have a properly mounted passenger seat and seat belt. If you have questions about your vehicle, please contact heyward@SCCAStartingLine.com
Event Supplemental Regulations (includes full schedule, passing rules and zones and guidelines for the day) - http://www.scca.com/assets/NCMHPDESupps.pdf
Starting Line Track School - $325 (10 Driver Limit)
- In Car Skid Oval
- Car Control Skills
- Performance Braking
- Pedal/Wheel Techniques
- Radio Instructor Contact
- Corner Entry
- Corner Exit
- Session Debriefing
HPDE Lapping - $195 (100 Driver Limit)
- Car Tech
- Driver's Meeting
- Track Awareness
- One Paced Session
- Session Debrief
- 5x20 minute open lapping sessions
- Roll-thru Check-In
- Express Tech
- Driver's Meeting
- On Track Monitoring
- Car Control Tips
More Information can be found here
Payment is due at time of registration.
DRIVER ELIGIBILITY: Drivers should meet one of the following:
- Those who hold a valid state drivers license, or
- Those who hold a racing license from a recognized motorsports organization, or
- Others who demonstrate evidence of experience relevant to high performance driving.
All drivers aged 15 to 17 must contact event officials before the event
and provide a completed SCCA MS-L minor waiver (Form MS-L).
Current SCCA membership (weekend memberships are available) is required.
All drivers must attend all mandatory drivers' meetings, classroom sessions
and debrief sessions and must drive in a manner consistent with the safety
nature of the event.
HELMET AND EQUIPMENT: A Helmet certified as meeting the most current or
the two most recent applicable Snell, FIA, or SFI standards are acceptable.
Acceptable standards include:
Snell ratings SA2010, SAH2010, SA2005, SA2000, M2010, M2005, M2000, K2010, K2005, and K98
SFI ratings 31.1, 31.1A, 31.2, 31.2A, 31.1 2005, 41.1, 41.1A, 41.2, 41.2A, 41.2 2005 and 24
FIA ratings 8860 2004, 8860 2010
There is a considerable gap between a minimum standard and
the best protection that current technology can provide.
It is recommended that seats, restraint systems, roll bars,
and helmets meet the highest safety standards possible.
Full rules can be found here.