Indianapolis Runoffs Event and Paddock Information

Details regarding event and paddock information for the 2017 SCCA® Runoffs® at Indianapolis Motor Speedway are now available.    For specifics, please review the full Runoffs event information document at

  • Carl Wassersleben

    What ever happened to "What ever you can fit in your pit space"

    Why should we be penalized for not buying a Toterhome or having pockets deep enough for a Pro Garage. This is CLUB racing damn it! I'm about to spend thousands of dollars to be abused by the pit nazis again. It may be time to rethink SCCA. 

    no wonder NASA and track days are so successful. 

  • James W Rogerson

    Strange we don't use the SVRA parking scheme.  They did 710 the first year and everyone was inside easily.  We had a GP garage, left our trailer in the lot, and drove our pickups in and out each day.  I don't think people realize just how big the place is.  It does have a golf course inside it that doesn't interfere with the paddock at all.

  • Mark W Muddiman

    Not allowing tow vehicles in the paddock is a bad idea. I bring more stuff to the week-long runoffs than a race weekend, and use my truck to fetch tires, fuel, and other supplies during the week. I would wind up making multiple trips to the overflow parking each day, which would be more paddock traffic than if I parked inside and left the truck for the week. 

  • David Richard Bednarz

    Don't agree with the "no truck clause" and have never seen a Runoffs with this requirement.


    "Spaces under 75’ in length will need to disconnect the tow vehicle (including trucks, RVs, etc.) and park in designated lots and camping areas outside of the paddock. Entries will receive vehicle passes for lots outside of the paddock".


    This won't work for me and many others who camp in their trailer and store tools, fuel, tires, etc in their trailer.


    There must be a way to allow a single vehicle pass per entry that can stay in the paddock area.


  • Raymond G Rivard

    Are golf carts allowed in the paddock?  It says no tow vehicles but doesn't mention golf carts.  If so, is there a fee for the carts?