About this event
The Tennessee Valley Region SCCA, along with surrounding Regions are always looking for people to be volunteer corner workers. These skilled corner marshals are the eyes, ears, and nose for the drivers on the racetrack. From time to time there is a need for training of new corner marshals. This class covers the basics in Flags, Flagging Techniques and Communications, as well as what you need to be a SCCA corner marshal at the regional level.
If you always wanted to be close to a race car during a race, then this class is for you.
CLASS WILL BE HELD ON ZOOM: AUGUST 14TH 2022 @ 04:00 pm CST/05:00 pm EST.
FLAG & COMMUNICATIONS SLIDE SHOW - Please Click on and then Download for Your Copy of the Slide Show
Not a SCCA Member - No Problem you can still Sign up and Take the Class. Find out later what your options for becoming a member.
You Are a SCCA Member - Great
Be 18 years of age or Older and willingness to learn, or
14 to 18 and willingness to learn, however see below for track day information
Waivers - Track Day
All participants must be properly credentialed for the event. Each adult participant must also either sign the SCCA waiver at the event or have an SCCA annual waiver on file at the National Office and present his hard card it at registration. Each minor participant must also have the event minor waiver signed by one or both parents. If the minor, between the ages of 14 and the age of majority as determined by the law in the state of the individual’s residence (typically 18 years old, varies by state), requires hazardous area credentials they must have an executed annual minor waiver on file at the National Office and present his hard card at registration
Zoom Link for Training ( HERE and Emailed Later to those that Sign up)