Just because official con activities are done for the day doesn't mean that you are too. Over the years several official and unofficial recurring activities have sprouted up. We'll be posting them as they become loosely organized with details on how to attend. We'll also be posting a list of fun activities going on in the area.
Do you have a party plan or idea? Message John Burchardt at email@example.com and let him know. We'll get it posted here right away!
The Pinewood Derby is coming back for 2019. Two classes will be available, Spec BSA and Unlimited. The Derby will be the focal point of the Thursday Welcome Party with the Derby Events Board up to their usual shenanigans. Expect loads of prizes, giveaways, maybe some trophies, and the first ever DEBby Town Hall! For additional details and rules, click here.
The will be free rental cars available for those who don't have a chance to build their own. To reserve one, select the rental car option in the free online registration.
Autocross - Hosted by Las Vegas Region
Make your way to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday, January 20, for some winter-time Autocross with Las Vegas Region. Flying in and need a ride? Reach out to local members on their Facebook Group so see who has a free seat. Find out more here!
Rental Car Class
The LVRSCCA cordially invites our out-of-town guests to participate in the January 20, 2019
Solo event. For this occasion, we are offering a special Reasonably-Priced Car (RC) class.
Temporary numbers and blue masking tape will be provided for guests, and open face helmet
rentals will be available for $5. RC class is required to meet HS rules and the following:
- Limited to front-wheel drive
- Limited to automatic transmission
- Limited to naturally aspirated - 1600cc maximum
- Limited to all-season tires
- Limited to factory installed sway-bars
- Limited to factory installed dampers
For additional information, check out this flyer! or register here.
A group of Staff and Members have made it a tradition to head out Friday Night to get some sessions in at the local Karting complex. Do you have what it takes to be the National Convention Champ??
Who's ready to bring home the big bucks at the South Point Casio Bingo Hall? It's easy to get into and not hard to find several members having fun in groups. I heard a certain member won enough to pay for a new set of wheels...
Following the Annual meeting on Thursday night, the National Convention Welcome Party is the first of many official social engagements. Expect several appetizers(did I hear sliders??) and South Point bartenders to keep things going at the open bars.
Don't worry about wandering the South Point property and sitting in lines hoping you'll get back from the lunch break in time for the first afternoon session. The SCCA National Convention will have a hosted lunch both Friday and Saturday. Don't expect the silly-soda at these social engagements, we still got some learning to do! Meals is included in your General admission.
Hall of Fame Cocktail Party
Following the Leadership Summit Final Session and before the SCCA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, We'll be having our last hurrah with the pre-ceremony cocktail party. So put on those nice heels and shoe-horn on those Blue Suede shoes because this is the last time for you to talk to that special somebody. Did we mention there's open bars during the cocktail party? Drinks are on you during the Banquet.