About this event
Come and Join the fun with San Francisco Region Sports Car Club of America’s Annual Competition Drivers’ School February 2-4, 2024.
G e t R e a d y t o G o F a s t!
No matter what your interest in amateur racing, SCCA club racing has a place for you. We look forward to seeing you at the racetrack!
If you cannot find the answer to your question here, please do not hesitate to contact the San Francisco Region SCCA office at 530-934-4455.
Contact any of the following people for advice and/or answers to your questions:
Trish James – San Francisco Region Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney Laster – San Francisco Region Assist Manager – email@example.com
Linda Rogaski – Chief of Race Administration – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon Becker -- Driving Instructor and NORPAC Drivers Licensing Administrator 925-890-2086 or email@example.com.
Tim Sullivan -- Regional Executive 925-487-4629 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GETTING STARTED – ENTRY FEE $850.00
You can go SCCA Road Racing NOW. Here is how!
Let's start with a checklist:
Schedule of Events: always posted on our website here. Please pick up your Driver School Schedule when you register for the event.
What to Bring: We do not have to warn you that any day spent outdoors in California may not always be warm and sunny especially in the month of February - bring sunscreen, a hat, rain protection, bug spray, water, and ear plugs! Food is available at the Thunderhill Café. Workers, drivers, and crew are invited to a free Saturday night dinner.
Registration: If you plan on spectating, registration will not be necessary. However, if you plan to volunteer or drive a car in the event, then advanced registration is MANDATORY. The club uses a third-party system where you will set up a free user account and submit your registration: MotorsportReg.
READY TO GO Competition Licensing School?
Drivers' School Students must complete several pre-study assignments prior to the drivers' school weekend. Please read and complete following:
Student Driver Profile, GCR Exam, Flag Test, & Student Handbook
You should already have an SCCA Membership before you begin the entry process. If you do not, you can join at www.scca.com - click the Join Now button. Write down your membership number so you can include it on the entry information.
You should already be working on obtaining your Novice Permit from SCCA National. The process to get a Novice Permit is described on the announcement page for the school. You cannot attend the school without a Novice Permit, even if you complete this entry process.
MotorsportReg Account, if you do not already have a MotorsportReg account, please follow the steps below to create your account this first time. Next time you enter, just log into your account and future entries for SFR events will be quick and painless!
- If you do not already have one, create an account on MotorsportReg.com after reading these steps.
- Once logged in, click "My Account" in the top right
- Review your vehicle(s), making sure to enter your permanent/preferred numbers and your transponder number if you have one. If you do not have a vehicle yet. Type in the word "Fake" for the make and dream a little about the car you have always wanted. We will adjust this as time goes by with the correct information.
- Now come back to this page and enter the event and pay online.
You will receive an email confirmation/receipt of your entry. If you have any questions about the event, you can call the SFR SCCA office at 530-934-4455 or email at email@example.com.
If you have technical issues with online entry for the event on MotorsportReg.com, you can contact their customer support during normal business hours at +1 888-242-9684 or by email here and click "Contact" in the top right corner.
Transponder numbers are required for ALL CARS. If you do not have a transponder listed in your vehicle profile, you MUST rent one.
Sound limit of 103 db will be enforced for all sessions.
All drivers must still go through on-site registration at the track.