IT Spec*Tacular at Mid-Ohio August 2-4 Early Tech is this weekend at Trader’s World on Sunday July 21st, 9AM – 12AM
Solo Program is hosting their PE5 at the same time.
– Please use North Gate off Union Rd. DO NOT use the main entrance on SR63.
– There will be $2.00 CASH entry fee at the gate.
– From the gate, drive strait to the back past the building to our autocross site.
We are hosting Autocross 101 – Novice Driving School on Saturday July 20th at Trader’s World.
This school is designed to help the new competitors get up to speed. Not only the “Driving Skills to have FUN and to BE MORE COMPETITIVE”, but we will also cover anything from “How to class your car” to “Basic and Specialty Worker assignments (Course, Timing/Scoring, Grid, Waiver, etc)”
The entry is very limited, and entrants needs to be approved after registration before your status is confirmed.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN! Come join us for the next installment of the 2019 Road Rally season on Saturday, June 15. Indiana Indecisions will begin at the Bob Evans Restaurant at 102 Links Way in Aurora, Indiana, 47001. On site check in and registration starts at 8:30 with the first car out at 10:30. Come join us for breakfast.
The instructions for this rally are a combination of street names, compass directions and tulip illustrations. It is about 90-100 miles and should take about 4 hours.
Please register at cincyscca.motorsportreg.com to reserve your space.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR ROAD RALLY 5/25
Visit cincyscca.motorsportreg.com to sign up for the road rally next Saturday.
This is a 75 mile, ~3 hour gimmick rally with a mileage factor. You can choose from easy (you can’t possibly get lost) instructions or challenge yourself with the no-street-name version.
We will start at Bob Evans on Colerain just off I-275 and end at a location near Quaker Steak & Lube across the street.
Cost is $25 per two person team, with a $5 discount for current SCCA members. Registration starts at 9:30 (or come early for breakfast), with a safety meeting at 10:15 and first car out at 10:30. We will be exploring western Hamilton County with all its twisty hilly roads.
Register online (preferred) or day of event. Message (email@example.com) with questions.
Registration for PE1 (April 28), PE2 (May 19) are currently open on MotorsportReg.com (As well as Starting Line, and Evolution Driving schools.)
Please check our Solo Schedule Page for the latest info and the links to the registration page (CincySCCA.com/Autocross/Solo-Schedule/)
We are looking forward to see you all at the event!
So hard to believe, but our 2018 Solo Season is coming to the end.
Our last event of the season is this weekend at Traders World.
The registration is open until Friday Midnight.
To be qualified for the End of the year Championship Trophy, you need to have minimum of 4 events, but best 5 events count toward your points.
In some of the classes, the trophy spot may be up to this last event!
We are looking forward to see you all!
Next General Meeting & Board Nomination Meeting coming up on Tuesday October 16th!!
Hello Cincinnati Region SCCA members! It’s been a very long and winding road this season with all of the events your Cincinnati Region has hosted in 2018 and a few more still left to run! But more on that later….
I wanted to take a short moment to remind everyone of our upcoming General Meeting 8PM this Tuesday on October 16th at the Mill Race Banquet Center. This is our annual Nomination Meeting to form the ballot for our 2019 Board Elections on Tuesday November 20th. Each November we vote for one year terms for the Region Executive, Assistant R.E., Treasurer and Secretary. Then we also vote in 3 members as Board-Members-At-Large for a 2 year term. To be on the ballot you must be nominated at the October General Meeting and a current Cincinnati Region SCCA member in good standing. If you are interested in more information for any of the positions, please contact our region nominating committee; either EB Lunken or Jim Clark by clicking here.
At our events this year you may have heard about the initiative Cincinnati Region is sponsoring to have an approved SCCA License Plate available in the state of Ohio. We are gathering over 150 signatures to support the petition for the opportunity to purchase a license plate with the official SCCA Logo on the plate. In order to sign the petition you must have an Ohio Drivers License and then state an Ohio license plate number that your are listed on. The petition does not require you to buy the plate once it becomes available so there is no obligation to buy it, just basically endorsing its existence. Once approved the plate needs to be purchased by a minimum 50 times across the state to be renewed each year. The petition will be at the next events coming up!!
Speaking of our next competition events… the next RallyCross should is on Saturday 10/27, the last Solo points event is 10/28 and our last RoadRally for 2019 will be Saturday 11/3. Make sure to check our website and Facebook for event updates!
And finally, please save the tentative date of Februarye 2, 2019 for our Annual Awards Banquet at the Mill Race Center. Confirmation of the date and more details are to come!
Once again our Nominating Meeting is coming up this Tuesday October 16th, look forward to seeing you there!
The Mill Race Banquet Center is located at:
1515 W. Sharon Road, Cincinnati, OH 45240
This will be a traditional GTA rally with questions to keep you observant and provide scoring opportunities. I know from experience this is a great drive. On-site registration and check in will start at 9:30, but come early for breakfast. We begin the rally at Bob Evans Restaurant – 102 Links Way, Aurora, IN 47001. Safety meeting is at 10:15 and the first car out will be at 10:30. Visit cincyscca.motorsportreg.com for links to the registration sites for all the Cincinnati Region events.
If you need to be paired up with a running partner, let us know and we’ll do our best. Our rallies always end at a location disclosed before you start your drive and is always a family friendly place with food and adult beverages available.
The final rally of the season will be November 3. This will be our first attempt to introduce a time factor. No, you don’t have to follow a prescribed speed over a given distance or perform any complex calculations, you will, however, need to drive a route, or parts of the route, multiple times as consistently as possible. More to follow on this.
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.
We are always happy to hear any ideas you have for a fun drive. Contact me to volunteer or if you have questions.
Sunday Results (tentative) are up.
As some of you may know, we had a timing computer issue during the third heat and some of the time and penalties are missing/inaccurate. Please review the results posted, and contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you find any errors BEFORE SUNDAY 09/13 by end of the day. Please share with your friends who attended our PE6 this weekend as well.
Also the Season Points will be updated once we finalize the PE6 Results. If you find any inacuracy in Season Points, please contact us as well.