I have a family event that I must attend, but I already registered. Is there a way to cancel? Cancelation fees? Policy? Thanks.
Sorry to hear you won't be able to make it! Shoot me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll help cancel.
Does anyone know if you can have two drivers for the same car?
Yes, you can. As long as you're not in the same run-group, you guys should be fine. Depending upon the order of the groups, you may be caught running back-to-back, but we'll try to watch for that when coming up with groups.
Entry list link is broken
Got fixed last night. You can try again.
Are Federal 595 RS-R o RS-RR allowed?According to Federal spec info they are 200 and 220 tw. But they still have 140tw on a side of the tire. I bough them way after spec was updated on fideraltire.com
I will pass this along to the TTB and we can report back with a decision...
Hey Randall, this PDX event in July at Sebring, is this an avenue to be able to enter TT events? I'm doing SCCA track nights by Tire Rack now. What I need is to take whatever school is required to do the TTs. The track nights are great because they have the novice run group which teaches the flags and has classroom between runs. The guys in PBIR also set up the apex and braking cones beautifully and explain the cones to the novices well. But do these events get you qualified to do TT? Or do I just wait for an event with the NCM format of school before the event to come to FL?
I think what's probably most important at the moment is whether you attend Track Night events OR the CFR Sebring event, ask one of the event managers for a Time Trials log book. This will help you capture all your experience to obtain a full Time Trials license. CFR will have the specific requirements as to what they will allow (with regards to licensure) - so you'll probably have to email them to confirm (I see some contact here: http://www.cfrpdx.com/2018/sebring_CLUB.html - but I would also CC Lee Hill - the local board member and someone who's been involved in the new Time Trial primers - email@example.com). From what I hear, the Saturday of the CFR event is going to be a more traditional track event with instruction that will help get people ready for Sunday, which will have fully timed sessions on track (I do not believe they'll be doing the TrackSprint that we do at the National Time Trial events). Even if they require greater experience and licences that we do at the TT Primer events, it's still important to get that log book. If you can get it filled up with 2 non-competition events (Track Night, for example) and a competition event (either this CFR TT or a TT Primer), I believe that will fulfill the current TT license requirements. From there, it comes down to individual events and making sure you can run your car there (some regions / divisions have more comprehensive safety requirements than the TT Primer events - often due to the track you'd be running at). Does this answer everything? Feel free to email me also: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks Randall Prince. That event format at NCM sounds perfect to get started but it's just so far away for me. I'll stay tuned and hope for a similar event in FL soon. As a kid I raced motocross until a crash and a ride in an ambulance caused my sponsors to pull out (my parents), then as a young adult I raced Enduro Karts for awhile until my kids started racing them and then it was all I could do to keep them and their Karts on the track so I became a pit monkey. Now they are grown and it's time to get myself back on the track
Did you see my response to your original post? http://www.cfrpdx.com/schedule2018.php There is a event at Sebring with the CFR coming up this month. Not exactly the same, but certainly along the same lines. Let me know if you need any help getting in contact with the correct people. Thanks!
If you do the Starting Line - TTN NCM event how does this tie into this event? Can you do both? If you pick the starting line does it cover your entry in the time trials nationals? I was a little confused about this? Would definetly like to do both if possible because of what all is included in the Starting Line package. Let me know what is best, thanks!
This event occurs the day before we start the Time Trials event. It will focus on all the same car control foundations that we normally do at a Starting Line, but we'll certainly be looking at the exercises through the lens of how this will help you on track. It is set up so people can do both and does NOT include entry into the Nationals event. If you have more questions about the school, email email@example.com (he's the program manager). I hope that helps!
What is required to enter? I've ran multiple autocross events, I've been to high performance driving schools, and have been to a few track nights. I would still consider myself a novice despite the driving experience I have because I know there are a lot more experienced drivers out there. Do you have to have a certain kind of license or have a membership in order to register? Thanks!
We require a normal SCCA membership, a driver's license, and a safe car. If you don't have any sort of competition license, don't worry. The event is setup to help you get up to speed with the program and driving on track against a timer. I would say that most of our entries at TT Primers this year have been people who have had limited to no experience on track before. Hope to see you there in September! :-)
Will there be any contingency sponsorship program for this event?
Yes. However, we are still organizing at the time being. Stay tuned to this page for updates in the coming month.
Is there a TT event in central or southern Florida like this where the school is held so I can get started in TT? I've been doing Autocross and SCCA track nights. Are there TT events at PBIR, Homestead and Sebring? Where can I find a schedule of those events for the remainder of 2018?
Try the following: http://www.cfrpdx.com/schedule2018.php - there is a July event at Sebring!
Worker registration? Or, just email Heyward?
We have a separate event for worker registration: https://www.scca.com/events/1992360-2018-scca-time-trials-nationals-worker-registration
How do I change my number once entered.
https://www.scca.com/products/17546-transponder-rental is the link to the transponder rental
What is the appropriate class for a 1999 Spec Miata? There are no engine mods (except a restrictor plate which slows it down), stock brakes, but it does have a cage (chassis stiffing), gutted interior (weight reduction), and Mazda sport coil overs. Performance-wise it fits T5, but prep-wise (gutted interior) it fits M3, and if I ran SM Hoosiers it would be U2? Could I keep the restrictor plate but be allowed Hoosiers for M3? Trying to be fair without going to a class I would be destroyed in.
Hoosiers = U2. Welcome to the "stock 4 banger engines in U" club :D
Registration form says to put "RENTAL" in the transponder field and add a transponder rental to the cart, but there is no option to add the rental that I could find. How do we rent a transponder? Will we be able to do it day of?
I've already registered. Typed in RENTAL in the Transponder field. Is there a way I can edit my registration to add the rental link?
Click the Transponder Rental link right under the "Transponder? YES / NO" field and add it to your registration
Is there going to be a registration list that competitors can look at?
Any way to update it to populate class as well? The column is there, but no data.
I believe so... we had it for CMP. Not sure why it's not showing up for the event. We'll keep you updated!
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