Date: September 03, 2018 to September 07, 2018
Location: Lincoln Airpark
Address: 3300-3698 NW 36th St, Lincoln, NE, 68524

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Registration Schedule


July 2 @ 6:00 pm central - Event registration opens to everyone
                                    All entrants must be an annual SCCA member
                                    Entry fee is $190 for regular classes & $85 for Junior Karts
                                    Option to select a group to paddock with is available                      
July 2 @ 6:00 pm central - Test n Tune Registration opens - https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/2018-tire-rack-scca-solo-nationals-test-n-tune-lincoln-airpark-national-272115                   
July 23 @ 6:00 pm central - Ability to select a group to paddock with closes 
August 1 @ 6:00 pm central - Individual paddock space registration opens
August 13 @ Midnight central - Late fee for Event Registration starts - fee increases to $300
August 20- Run/Work Order for the event will be posted
August 22 @ 6:00 pm central- Last day to late register online
August 22- Last day to cancel and receive a refund (minus $20) for entrants who registered prior to August 13 only

  • Lincoln Airpark
    3300-3698 NW 36th St
    Lincoln, NE 68524
  • Comments
    Neal Ryan

    Why are some of the results "clickable"? I was able to see them 2 days ago.

     

    Randall Prince

    What results are you speaking about? The final results PDF has been posted.

    John P Foesch

    does anyone actually read these questions?  there don't seem to be many answers.

    Aaron P Johnson

    why can't the results be listed by class?

     

    Kaitlin  G.

    can anyone come watch these 

    Alan R. Sheidler

    Yes Kaitlin, the event is open for spectators.  Vantage points are limited, however.  It is tough to see much when the vehicles are on the far side of the courses.

    Bruce B McArthur

    Pretty sure it is a PAX (handicapped) comparison list of all of the older competitors. Not sure what the cutoff age is. If you look at the "official results" you'll see some people have an "M" off to the left on the 2nd line. These are the same people.

    Paul H Tibbals

    The Masters Index is the indexed or PAX ranking for those over 62 years.  I found that out because I qualified for it this year!  It suffers the same fate as all Indexes, it can't allow for all factors (for instance, rain downpours on Tuesday) but it's what we have.

    Robert Hess

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm new to autocross and this was my first nationals. What is the Masters Index for? 

    Thanks in advance,