When it comes to figuring out the racing line, we often hear conflicting advice. We hear autocrossers preach the mantra of cutting distance above all else, while track drivers, as well as most racing education material, talk about using “all of the track” to carry more speed. Who is right? Are the rules different for autocross and track driving? Read Article
2019 PAX/RTP Index “Racers Theoretical Performance” This Index was developed by Rick Ruth and reflects study of results from well over 500 nationwide Solo events including, the Tire Rack® Solo National Championships, National Tour, Alabama Region, Arkansas Region, Atlanta Region, Chicago Region, California Sports Car Club, Central Florida Region, Equipe Rapide (Florida & Texas), Great Lakes Solo Series, Hawaii Region, Houston Region, Midwest Divisional Series, Milwaukee Region, New England Region, Northwest Region, Northern New Jersey Region, Oregon Region, Philadelphia Region, Rocky Mountain Series, San Francisco Region, San Diego Region, South Jersey Region, St. Louis Region, Tri-State Sports Car Council, Texas Region, Washington DC
Contact Doug Gill if you would like to attend. SCCA Regions are always in the need for Solo Safety Stewards. To learn more about this position read the section in the rule book here.
Congratulations to Rich DiMarco, 2017 Philly SCCA Driver of the Year Philly Region Solo Results
Autocross is close. When comparing results, even tenths of a second is huge. And when more than 1300 show up for the 2017 Tire Rack National Championship, crowning a National Champion is rarely a walk in the park. But because the racing is one at a time, we don’t ever get to truly see that margin of victory. Take the battle for Super Street class supremacy between Perry Aidelbaum and Scott Fraser. What does a race for all the marbles settled at 0.146 second really look like? Now, you can see it. Watch Video Here
This guy captures the pure sound of these cars. There are 4 parts.
By Anthony “Mario” Crea As motorsports enthusiasts and all-around car gurus, it should come as no surprise that we “traditionalists” are vehemently opposed to the advent of autonomous cars, special circumstances notwithstanding. I’m so opposed to the idea that I digressed into a G.O.M. (Grumpy Old Man) and wrote about this very topic last year.
Evolution Performance Driving School Evo Hole Shot Evolution will be holding an Evo Hole Shot Program at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on Friday May 19th in conjunction with SCCA’s Pro Solo event. This program is designed to help students better understand how the SCCA’s Pro Solo events run.