Class eligibility is more important than ever at the 2022 RXNC
Reflecting the growth of the sport, for the first time ever a class has maxed out against a cap at the RallyCross National Championship - with the Modified All Wheel Drive class reaching 27 entrants.
The organizers of the event would like to remind competitors that it is even more important than ever before to ensure that when you arrive at the National Championship your car meets all of its class eligibility rules. With Mod All being full, cars entered into Stock All and Prepared All classes may not have anywhere to change their registration to if they are found not to be eligible for the class that they are registered in due to a modification that is only allowed in the Modified class.
To help review your car here are a number of important documents that are available for your reference at https://www.scca.com/pages/rallycross-cars-and-rules:
- The 2022 SCCA RallyCross Rulebook
- RallyCross Tech Inspection Form
- Stock Class Disclosure Form
- Prepared Class Disclosure Form
- Modified Class Disclosure Form
If you're headed to Colorado for Nationals this year, please be sure to review your car soon while there’s still plenty of time to make any needed adjustments, and as always feel free to reach out to RXB@SCCA.com with any rule clarification requests or formal rule change suggestions.