About this event
A low-stress road rally (social variety) of about 40 miles, with the main focus on "social." As the first St. Louis Region road-rally since the start of the pandemic, this is an opportunity to again enjoy some local country roads and become reacquainted with your motorsports friends. Also, it's an opportunity to visit Schlafly's new pub on the square in Highland, IL. Non-SCCA members welcome. For the event, non-members will be granted a Trial Membership.
Start: The parking lot on the west side of the Gateway Convention Center, 1 Gateway Drive, Collinsville, IL 62234 (N38.68128, W90.01839).
Finish: Schlafly Highland Square, 907 Main Street, Highland, IL 62249 (N38.74046, W89.67972).
Size: Limited to 20 cars.
Registration: Online only. Register here at motorsportreg.com before 11:59 p.m. Thursday, May 12. Entries will be accepted on a first-come basis.
May 15 check-in: 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Safety meeting: 11:45 p.m.
First car departs the start: 12:01 p.m.
First car arrives at the finish in Highland: Approximately 1 p.m.
What you need: A car (or van or SUV, etc.), a driver and a navigator, a clipboard, pencils/pens/paper, and a cheerful predisposition to take a brief Sunday drive.
Cost: $10.00 per car.
Information: James H. (Jim) Heine, rallymaster, 314-922-6120.
About the St. Louis Region, SCCA: The SCCA’s St. Louis Region, with some 600 members, offers Club Racing, Time Trials and Track Days, RallyCross, RoadRally, Solo (autocross), and Street Survival programs to educate and provide safe environments for individuals to enjoy their street-legal (daily driver) cars and purpose-built racecars. The region is home to more than 80 national champions in Club Racing, RallyCross, RoadRally, and Solo, and has been recognized three times by the Sports Car Club of America as the Region of the Year in its member category. To learn more about the St. Louis Region, visit www.stlscca.org or its region Facebook page.
The standard SCCA rules regarding road-rally registration will be observed (e.g., proof of valid drivers license and current auto insurance, vehicle inspection [self-inspection by the rally team], signing of SCCA waiver/release forms, including confirmation of valid SCCA Minor Waivers for minors.
All participants will be required to read and sign the standard SCCA waiver before being allowed to participate in this event.
The signing of the SCCA's "Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement" is a pre-condition to participating in any SCCA event. Any adult, age 18 or older, must sign the waiver. SCCA members age 18 and older may also obtain an annual waiver by visiting the Online Store in the Member Section of scca.com.
At the discretion of the organizing committee, SCCA members with an Annual Waiver on file may be exempt from signing the waiver pertaining to this event.
A Minor taking part in an SCCA event, including this event, as a competitor, on-track participant, or volunteer or worker with access to restricted (hot) areas must have an Annual Minor Waiver on file for the calendar year.
The Age of Majority is 18 years except in Alabama and Nebraska, where it is, 19 and Mississippi, where it is 21.
The Annual Minor Waiver will be issued to the Minor by the SCCA National Office. For more information about this process, click on the following document and see the section "Minor Annual Waivers": Digital Annual Waiver 12-01-2021.pdf.
Before obtaining an “Annual Waiver Minor” for a child, nonmember parents/guardians, as well as the minor in question, must obtain an SCCA Guest Account.
1. Log onto scca.com.
2. Click on “Join/Renew” in the information bar at the top of the page.
3. Click on “Create a Guest Account.”
4. Click on “I don’t have a Member ID.”
5. Complete the required information.
Once you have received your Guest Accounts, you can begin the process of acquiring an Annual Minor Waiver for your child. See again the document noted above.