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TSCC 2020 Novice School @ Danville Airport

TSCC 2020 Novice School @ Danville Airport

Triad Sports Car Club

Saturday, April 25, 2020
Danville Airport, Danville, VA

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Come join Triad Sports Car Club at the Danville Airport for our Autocross School on Saturday, April 25th. 

Register early as this school is limited to 32 students.  This is a payment deferred event, so your card will not be charged until registration closes.  If you register, but then find out you cannot make it, please cancel so wait listed entrants can get in.

This school is aimed at true Novices to the sport with less than two seasons of Autocross Experience. Should we not make the 32 student Cap with Novices, the school will open up to intermediates.


1744 South Boston Rd, Danville, VA 24540

Gates open @ 7 AM
Tech will take place at 8:30 AM and be Roaming
Drivers Meeting and Instructor Course Walks at 9:00 AM
First car off by 9:45 AM

Entry Fees:
Members: $60.00
Non-Members: $75.00

Registration includes lunch on Saturday and a FREE entry into Sunday's points event. 

Your car should be teched BEFORE the drivers meeting. To pass tech, you must:

  • Clean out any loose items in the car (including the trunk): things like cell phones cables, garage door openers, loose change and such.
  • Have car # and Class clearly marked on the side of the vehicles (NOT on the windows)
  • The battery has to be properly secured.
  • If your floor mats are not physically attached to carpet, they will have to be removed. We don’t want the floor mat to bunch up under the brake or gas.
  • Hubcaps and center caps on wheels should be removed. If your hubcaps mount to the wheel and are held in place by the lug nuts, then they can stay on, otherwise they should be removed.
  • Have a SNELL approved helmet, 2005 or newer (M-rated or SA-rated). Don't worry, if you don't have one we have loaners available.

It is your responsibility to:

  • Check basic fluids such as oil, coolant, and brake.
  • Make sure you torque the lug nuts to manufacturer's recommended tightness.
  • Make sure you have no active leaks on the motor, transmission or diff. Oil on the track is a bad thing.
  • Check tire pressure. If you don’t know what to set it to, a good starting point is typically 35 psi.
  • You WILL experience greater than normal tire wear. Your tires MUST be serviceable, meaning they have appropriate tread, no chords showing, etc.