Solo: *IMPORTANT* Wrist Band Requirement

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This is a very Important Announcement regarding rule changes for Paddock, Grid and Course entry.  Additionally, 2019 Solo Minor Waiver requirements provided elsewhere.

Paddock / Hot Zone Rule

  • The Event area is separated into 3 areas; Paddock, Grid and Course. The Grid and the Course are designated as a Hot zone, and the entry is restricted. This includes ride-along passengers.
  • Spectators do not require anything and must remain in Paddock (Spectator Area)
  • Anyone in the Hot zone (Grid/Course/Ride-Along) requires a wristband.
  • To get a wristband, you must be an SCCA Member (*Annual, or Weekend Membership; Free for the non-competitors) and sign the waiver.
  • Children under 12 cannot be in the Hot zone, and do not get a wristband.
  • Children 12-18 can get a wristband, but must have a minor waiver signed by BOTH parents (or have Affidavit of Sole Custody).

If a Minor could not have both parents at the event, please make sure that they have a Notarized Minor waiver. Otherwise, they must stay in paddock area and may not enter the Hot Area or be a passenger.

Waiver station will be located at the Main Gate, and two entry point of the grid.

These rules will be enforced, so please spread the word. If you are bringing your friend child, please make sure they have an appropriate minor waiver notarized, and bring with them.

  • * To become an Annual SCCA Member using following link:

    • Anyone age 24 and under can sign up for “First Gear Membership” ($50/year)
    • For Age 25 and above, Regular Annual Membership is $70/year plus region fee.
    • If you have your whole family racing, apply for the Family Membership ($90/year/family, plus region fee).
    • Active US Military Service qualifies for $35 rebate. (Please Contact National Office to apply)

For more information about Minor Waiver, please visit Solo: *IMPORTANT* Minor Waiver

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us.

– Kent (Solo Chair):
– Tact (Waiver Chief):

Solo: *IMPORTANT* Minor Waiver

Please Read, Share, and spread the word!

This is a very Important Announcement regarding 2019 Solo Minor Waiver requirements.  Additionally, there are Rule changes for Paddock, Grid, and Course entry provided elsewhere.
*All necessary documents are linked at the end of this page.

Minor Waiver

  • To be in a Hot Zone (grid or course for entrants) ALL Minor Waivers MUST be signed by BOTH Parents or submitted with Affidavit of Sole Custody.
  • All Minor Waivers must be
    • (a) Notarized prior to the event and bought to the waiver stations (at the gate or by the grid), OR
    • (b) BOTH Parents must be present at the waiver station and sign the waiver station to be valid, OR
    • (c) Signed by both parents as witnessed by an SCCA member prior to the event.
  • Either Notarized, or SCCA Offical Signed waiver may be submitted for the Annual Waiver IF the minor has an **Annual Membership. Non-participant, non-member minors must submit a new waiver form at each event and complete a weekend membership (no charge).
  • Minors under 12 MUST Stay in Paddock area, and do not require Minor Waiver Signed. (Except for the Jr.Kart Drivers)

These rules will be enforced, so please spread the word. If you are bringing your friend child, please make sure they have an appropriate minor waiver notarized, and bring with them.

  • ** Minor may become Annual SCCA Member using following link:

    • Anyone age 24 and under can sign up for “First Gear Membership” ($50/year)
    • If anyone in your immediate family is already SCCA Member, apply for the Family Membership ($90/year/family)

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us.

– Kent (Solo Chair):
– Tact (Waiver Chief):

Download Link to the waiver forms:
Minor Waiver Form (Notarized)
Minor Waiver (Notary)

Minor Waiver Form (This form may be signed in front of any active good standing SCCA Member. Please make sure to fill ALL Field. Incomplete form will not be accepted)
Minor Waiver (SCCA Official)

Affidavit of Sole Custody (This form may either notarized or signed by a SCCA Member)

If above links are not working, please go to SCCA Download Page for the latest forms
SCCA Download

Solo: MMC T&T/Cincy Fun Event Registration is NOW OPEN

The long wait is over!!! The spring is just around the corner!

Registration is now open for Miami Motorsports Club Test and Tune (Sat. Apr. 6), and CincySCCA Fun Event (Sun. Apr. 7) on MotorsportReg (

Saturday Test and Tune is capped to VERY LIMITED number of entries, and there will be no walk up registration accepted. This event is Pre-Register/Pre-Pay Only.
The event will be split into multiple heats. You will be working only one heat and run as many runs as you would like for the rest of the heats. If you have any questions regarding how this event will be run, please feel free to contact us

Sunday Fun event will be run with the same schedule as our regular point event.

If you are registering for both days. You can use “2DAYAPRIL2019” to receive $5 Discount (Please copy and paste this code to coupon field at the check out page!

This year, we are adopting late fee policy. If you arrive after our registration is closed, there will be $20 late fee charge (Cash Only), and/or you may loose your spot.

We are looking forward to see you soon!!


Hello Cincy SCCA members!
Spring is just around the corner and we are getting ready to take off again!

We had a great turn-out for our February membership meeting last month at Mac’s Pizza Pub on Wooster Pike. We return for our March Membership Meeting to the MILL RACE BANQUET CENTER (1515 West Sharon Road, Cincinnati, OH 45240) on March 19th at 7pm! Look forward to seeing everyone that can attend for some fun and fellowship as we continue to talk about our upcoming competition events for 2019 and updates from the attendees of the Great Lakes Division SCCA Spring Training meeting.

See you on the 19th!

Thank you,

Road Rally Report

There were some very exciting ideas that came out of the National Convention this year, and I am looking forward to incorporating some of them in our program this year. We plan to introduce some limited timed sections – not too much calculation, but just a taste. There will be more prizes available and more incentive to bring another team along. The schedule is below along with the Rally Masters who have jumped on their date to set up a course. Spaces are still available but sign up early so you don’t miss your chance to pick your favorite roads.
For those new to the sport, Road Rallies are run on public roads at legal (sometimes brisk) speeds on a variety of roads. Route instructions can be challenging but if you are careful you will NOT get lost. Any street licensed vehicle capable of accommodating a driver and a navigator who can communicate safely (so probably not a motorcycle) from a smart car to a pickup truck are eligible and kids are welcome. Penalty points are given for incorrect answers to questions that can be answered by making observations along the route. Low score wins. Awards are presented for each event and points are assigned based on finishing position to determine a series champion.
The schedule as it now stands is as follows:

Date Rally Master
Apr. 27 EB Lunken
May. 25  
Jun. 15 Jim Knepper
Jul. 27 Lee Grimes
Aug. 24  
Sept. 28 Gordon Benson
Nov. 02  


Christy Graham
Road Rally Chair or

Race Report

Put your car on the famous Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Any tire, any motor, any class, any suspension. There is a place for you.
As a state licensed driver, you can drive your street car, solo car, or a borrowed car in multiple 25-minute sessions on Friday with an instructor. This year we are adding a vintage group.
As a competition license holder in any race sanctioning organization, you can race your car in the new Sprint Bracket Road Racing group. This is the place for you if you don’t want to follow strict SCCA preparation guidelines, or even if you just want extra seat time. You will be grouped with cars of similar lap times so you will always have wheel to wheel competition opportunities. As long as your car meets minimum SCCA safety standards, you’re good to go.
Save the date for our event, August 2, 3 and 4. Whether you tour, race or volunteer to work, we put on a good show. All are welcome to attend our planning meetings. They are the second Tuesday of the month starting at 7 in our new home, Uno’s Pizzeria, 9246 Schulze Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.

Christy Graham
Race Chair or

Solo: Starting Line /Evolution School registration is now Open

Cincinnati Region Solo Program is hosting 3 Driving Schools this year. Registration for those driving schools are no open.

Starting Line Driving School -Apr. 27 (
The full day school will introduce key concepts that introduce you to autocross and the dynamics of your vehicle in a performance driving setting. While the focus is on autocross, you will develop performance driving skills while working with professional performance driving instructors.
If you are looking for motorsports competition or just a great way to enjoy the capabilities of your car, the Tire Rack SCCA Starting Line is your complete motorsports starter kit.

Evolution School Phase 1 and Challenge School -May. 11-12 (
Phase One: This Autocross training program is great for any skill level, from seasoned veterans to the complete novice. The Phase One features 24 runs with our team of National Caliber instructors, and each student will work with two different instructors throughout the day.

Challenge School: This program is great for anyone who has taken our Phase One and Phase Two, and is looking to take their driving to the next level. Our Challenge program features 24 runs on 3 different course configurations, and all with our team of National Caliber instructors. The Challenge school will review the skills learned during the Phase One and Phase Two, as well as use a technique that will help prove the importance of looking ahead. Challenge students will also be pitted against their instructors in the final session to help push the students to new levels.

RoadRally Report

The tentative schedule is set for the 2019 Road Rally season.

Starting locations and specific details will be posted and advertised as they become available. Meanwhile mark your calendars and save the dates. This year we are offering discounts to participants that participate in both solo and rally events. Details will be posted as they are solidified.

  • April 27
  • May 25
  • June 15
  • July 27
  • August 24
  • September 28
  • November 2

Race Report

The schedule for the 2019 Great Lakes Division race program has been finalized. Regional/Divisional races will be as follows:

  • June 22-23 Grattan
  • July 13-14 Mid Ohio
  • July 20-21 GingerMan
  • August 2-4 Mid Ohio – CINCINNATI REGION
  • October 25-27 Mid Ohio

Majors races in Great Lakes Division are as follows:

  • May 18-19 GingerMan
  • May 31-June 1 Mid Ohio – Super Tour
  • August 9-10 Grattan

Consider attending one or more of these events to support the racers and have a great time doing it. If you have any questions about volunteer positions, let me know and I’ll hook you up. I go to all of these events.
Most importantly, please come support Cincinnati Region by participating in the PDX (Track Event) and putting your car on the Mid Ohio track on Friday, August 2. Then stay to work for the weekend and receive a rebate on your PDX entry fee. There are big jobs and less demanding jobs – every single one is important to a successful event.

Race Committee meetings are open to anyone with suggestions, or those who would just like to learn more about the road racing program. We meet at 7pm on the second Tuesday of the month. We have moved our February meeting to Uno’s off Mulhauser Road in West Chester. Let me know if you would like to attend.

Christy Graham


Thank you to all of you that made it to our last Cincinnati SCCA Board & Member Meeting last month! We had a great turnout and learned a lot about what our needs are as an organization to have a great monthly meeting.

As you may recall, for 2019 due to renovation maintenance going on this winter at our “usual meeting place” of the Mill Race Center and the rising costs of rental, we are trying out some new locations for our monthly stated meetings to work around dates that we will still have at Mill Race.

I’m very excited to announce that our February Board & Member Meeting on February 19th at 7pm will be at MAC’S PIZZA PUB (UPSTAIRS ROOM)-WOOSTER PIKE LOCATION. The address is 6309 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45227. They have a great room UPSTAIRS for us and plenty of parking behind the building and directly across the street. We will have complimentary soda and snacks and there will be a cash bar available as well. Look forward to seeing everyone at our next meeting at MAC’S on 2/19/19 as we talk about the upcoming Division Spring Training meeting and our rapidly approaching 2019 season! 

See you soon!

Tony Brown

Cincinnati Region R.E.