Other Recurring Events

Car shows/meets, Test 'N Tune sessions at drag strips, Closed Circuit Road Racing or other events that are not official Cadillac or V-Cub events scheduled on our calendar. If you would like to add an event to this page, contact us via our Facebook page submit a Contact Request form including the event details.

  • 09/15/2022 8:00 AM | Eric Anderson

    There are multiple events including two shootouts, and the road challenge.

    Event Registration: https://sscc.us/my_fees.aspx

    For over the past three decades, driving enthusiasts from around the world have gathered on the third Sunday of May and September in the Nevada high desert for the running of two truly unique automotive events. Their amazing journey traverses 90 to 122 miles of closed, two-lane public highway, comprising of long fast straights, sweeping corners, blind dips, even carving through a twisty canyon. The current course record for the 90 miles stands at 219.6430 mph average speed, as recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. The best part is, if you’ve got the nerve, a little cash, and a fast ride, you too can join them to run as fast as you can, legally, down a public highway.

    The Silver State Classic Challenge, Inc. is a non-profit corporation with a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors and staff who annually host the Nevada Open Road Challenge (NORC) and Silver State Classic Challenge (SSCC) Open Road Racing events on a closed section of Nevada State Highway 318, renamed by the Nevada Department of Transportation as the Silver State Classic Challenge Highway.

    SSCC offers two completely different types of Open Road Racing event formats. The NORC in May is a two-way event, totaling 122.57 miles (61.23 each way), with a weekend packed full of gearhead activities, and an awards banquet held in the charming, rustic mining town of Ely, Nevada. The SSCC in September is our classic 90-mile, one-way event, with the weekend packed full of activities and an awards banquet held back in the rustic mining town of Ely, Nevada.

    SSCC events are based on time, speed, and distance. Classes begin at 95 mph and increase in 5 mph increments up though the 160 mph class, with a 170 mph, 180 mph, and an Unlimited, top speed class. Vehicles start one at a time, in one-minute intervals against a GPS timing clock and attempt to break the beam at the finish line as close as possible to their speed class target time. First, Second and Third place awards are awarded to the Driver and Navigator/Co-driver in each class, based on most accurate elapsed time targets achieved, as measured by SSCC timing equipment. Awards are also presented to the drivers of our companion Half-Mile and One-Mile Shootout events, both held on race weekends in conjunction with our Open Road Racing events.

    SSCC events are open to anyone 18 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license and a roadworthy vehicle, providing the driver, navigator, car, and safety gear all pass a safety technical inspection. Please see out rule book on this site for further details. All entrants will receive a set of course notes and can view our pre-race video on our web site to help them prepare for their event.

    All first-time SSCC participants are considered rookies and may enter classes ranging from 95 mph up to 110 mph, determined by their vehicle capabilities and safety equipment, and each Driver and Navigator/Co-driver’s comfort level. All rookies must also attend an SSCC rookie driver school. Those with documented Open Road Racing or other equivalent racing experience, or those who hold racing licenses from select sanctioned racing bodies, may be eligible to obtain a waiver from rookie school. Please see our rule book for details and contact us to submit qualifications to our SSCC Event Director for rookie school waiver requests.

    For SSCC rookies, the event begins on Thursday of race weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, with a practice session and qualifying rookie school at SPEEDVEGAS, located just South of the Las Vegas Strip. An SSCC prescribed classroom introduction is followed by an exhilarating high-performance driving session, where rookies will complete laps on the road course in exotic cars from the SPEEDVEGAS fleet. It’s some of the most fun you’ll have while going to school!

    During the NORC event in May and SSCC event in September, registration packet pickup is held in Ely, Nevada. Following Thursday morning rookie school (NORC) and (SSCC), a caravan of participants will depart for a fun drive to Ely, roughly 240 miles North of Las Vegas, with a pit stop in Alamo for refueling and snacks. Along the way, rookies in the caravan will have a chance to preview the course and ask questions about the road. Upon arrival in Ely, there will be a fun event for all to attend.

    For drivers who want to test their cars at speed, or perform final tuning and reliability checks before the Open Road Race on Sunday, SSCC offers Half-Mile and One-Mile Shootout events on Friday morning on Nevada Highway 490, just North of Ely. All Shootout participants pay an additional fee at registration and must pass a formal technical inspection prior to running in these events. Participants will be allowed three runs down the closed highway, with their highest speed of three runs scoring towards potentially winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards.

    Friday morning registration packet pickup and technical inspection is open for all Shootout participants, and to all competitors immediately after the Shootout participants are processed. Later in the day, a parade of cars will take place on Main Street to give the citizens of Ely a chance to see and hear the competitor cars, and to give the kids of Ely a chance to catch some candy, or even a ride along on your car, if you have room to let them tag along. An SSCC welcome reception awaits all participants ad their crews immediately following the parade. For the more adventurous, the annual Hooker’s Choice Awards Car Show is held Friday night at the famous Stardust Ranch, where prizes can be won, and shenanigans go well into the night.

    Saturday morning is the annual charity pancake breakfast, SSCC car show, and a final inspection session, all held in the city park. Teams often host their lunch and strategy meetings during the afternoon, and many participants do final vehicle and gear prep before the big race. Saturday evening there is a mandatory Driver and Navigator/Co-driver meeting, and then it’s off to individual dinner plans and a rare early night, because the Open Road Racing event starts first thing Sunday morning on Highway 318, South of Ely.

    SSCC Open Road Racing events always begin promptly at 8 AM on the third Sunday of May (NORC) and September (SSCC), although you’ll find yourself on the road by 6 AM to make it to pre-grid in Lund by 6:30 AM, then on to the final starting grid beginning at 7 AM. The first car will start down Highway 318 at 8 AM sharp, and cars will launch one minute apart, in order of faster speed classes to slower, and drive off down 318 towards the thrill of victory, or the agony of defeat.

    The grand finale takes place Sunday evening with an awards Banquet in Ely (NORC) and (SSCC), during which cocktails and dinner are enjoyed. Tales of amazing feats related to tearing open the space-time continuum, hilarious navigator hijinks, and countless stopwatch shenanigans will be told in a way only SSCC veterans can share, as the highly anticipated announcements of who bested the time clock to win, place or show in each speed class are read aloud. It is truly and evening not to be missed by NORC and SSCC veterans and rookies alike. Shock, awe, and tears of joy are all guaranteed to one and all.

    Over the past three decades, SSCC events have been featured on the pages of many popular car magazines, such as Road and Track, Car and Driver, and Hot Rod Magazine, just to name a few. We’ve also appeared on major television networks, including many popular automotive shows on ESPN, Fox Sports, SPEED Channel, Mav TV and others. Of course, we’re all over YouTube on many popular channels, and some not so well-known pages too. Search for Silver State Classic Challenge to uncover many hair-raising videos (though we don’t condone them all).

    If you have ever wondered what it would be like to drive your car as fast as you can handle over 90-122 miles of closed highway or have always wanted to participate in a high speed auto rally or Open Road event, there is no better place to find out what it’s like than on Nevada Highway 318. Best of all, the local Sheriff will smile and wave at you as you pass him by doing 165 mph in a 70 mph zone. Where else can you get that rush of constant speed for that long of a distance without risking life, limb and your driver’s license? Go to SSCC.US to register for one of our events today and come experience the automotive rush of a lifetime with us on Nevada Highway 318.

    We hope to see you racing with us soon down the Silver State Classic Challenge Highway!

  • 05/12/2022 8:00 AM | Eric Anderson

    Registration: https://sscc.us/my_fees.aspx

    For over the past three decades, driving enthusiasts from around the world have gathered on the third Sunday of May and September in the Nevada high desert for the running of two truly unique automotive events. Their amazing journey traverses 90 to 122 miles of closed, two-lane public highway, comprising of long fast straights, sweeping corners, blind dips, even carving through a twisty canyon. The current course record for the 90 miles stands at 219.6430 mph average speed, as recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. The best part is, if you’ve got the nerve, a little cash, and a fast ride, you too can join them to run as fast as you can, legally, down a public highway.

    The Silver State Classic Challenge, Inc. is a non-profit corporation with a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors and staff who annually host the Nevada Open Road Challenge (NORC) and Silver State Classic Challenge (SSCC) Open Road Racing events on a closed section of Nevada State Highway 318, renamed by the Nevada Department of Transportation as the Silver State Classic Challenge Highway.

    SSCC offers two completely different types of Open Road Racing event formats. The NORC in May is a two-way event, totaling 122.57 miles (61.23 each way), with a weekend packed full of gearhead activities, and an awards banquet held in the charming, rustic mining town of Ely, Nevada. The SSCC in September is our classic 90-mile, one-way event, with the weekend packed full of activities and an awards banquet held back in the rustic mining town of Ely, Nevada.

    SSCC events are based on time, speed, and distance. Classes begin at 95 mph and increase in 5 mph increments up though the 160 mph class, with a 170 mph, 180 mph, and an Unlimited, top speed class. Vehicles start one at a time, in one-minute intervals against a GPS timing clock and attempt to break the beam at the finish line as close as possible to their speed class target time. First, Second and Third place awards are awarded to the Driver and Navigator/Co-driver in each class, based on most accurate elapsed time targets achieved, as measured by SSCC timing equipment. Awards are also presented to the drivers of our companion Half-Mile and One-Mile Shootout events, both held on race weekends in conjunction with our Open Road Racing events.

    SSCC events are open to anyone 18 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license and a roadworthy vehicle, providing the driver, navigator, car, and safety gear all pass a safety technical inspection. Please see out rule book on this site for further details. All entrants will receive a set of course notes and can view our pre-race video on our web site to help them prepare for their event.

    All first-time SSCC participants are considered rookies and may enter classes ranging from 95 mph up to 110 mph, determined by their vehicle capabilities and safety equipment, and each Driver and Navigator/Co-driver’s comfort level. All rookies must also attend an SSCC rookie driver school. Those with documented Open Road Racing or other equivalent racing experience, or those who hold racing licenses from select sanctioned racing bodies, may be eligible to obtain a waiver from rookie school. Please see our rule book for details and contact us to submit qualifications to our SSCC Event Director for rookie school waiver requests.

    For SSCC rookies, the event begins on Thursday of race weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, with a practice session and qualifying rookie school at SPEEDVEGAS, located just South of the Las Vegas Strip. An SSCC prescribed classroom introduction is followed by an exhilarating high-performance driving session, where rookies will complete laps on the road course in exotic cars from the SPEEDVEGAS fleet. It’s some of the most fun you’ll have while going to school!

    During the NORC event in May and SSCC event in September, registration packet pickup is held in Ely, Nevada. Following Thursday morning rookie school (NORC) and (SSCC), a caravan of participants will depart for a fun drive to Ely, roughly 240 miles North of Las Vegas, with a pit stop in Alamo for refueling and snacks. Along the way, rookies in the caravan will have a chance to preview the course and ask questions about the road. Upon arrival in Ely, there will be a fun event for all to attend.

    For drivers who want to test their cars at speed, or perform final tuning and reliability checks before the Open Road Race on Sunday, SSCC offers Half-Mile and One-Mile Shootout events on Friday morning on Nevada Highway 490, just North of Ely. All Shootout participants pay an additional fee at registration and must pass a formal technical inspection prior to running in these events. Participants will be allowed three runs down the closed highway, with their highest speed of three runs scoring towards potentially winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards.

    Friday morning registration packet pickup and technical inspection is open for all Shootout participants, and to all competitors immediately after the Shootout participants are processed. Later in the day, a parade of cars will take place on Main Street to give the citizens of Ely a chance to see and hear the competitor cars, and to give the kids of Ely a chance to catch some candy, or even a ride along on your car, if you have room to let them tag along. An SSCC welcome reception awaits all participants ad their crews immediately following the parade. For the more adventurous, the annual Hooker’s Choice Awards Car Show is held Friday night at the famous Stardust Ranch, where prizes can be won, and shenanigans go well into the night.

    Saturday morning is the annual charity pancake breakfast, SSCC car show, and a final inspection session, all held in the city park. Teams often host their lunch and strategy meetings during the afternoon, and many participants do final vehicle and gear prep before the big race. Saturday evening there is a mandatory Driver and Navigator/Co-driver meeting, and then it’s off to individual dinner plans and a rare early night, because the Open Road Racing event starts first thing Sunday morning on Highway 318, South of Ely.

    SSCC Open Road Racing events always begin promptly at 8 AM on the third Sunday of May (NORC) and September (SSCC), although you’ll find yourself on the road by 6 AM to make it to pre-grid in Lund by 6:30 AM, then on to the final starting grid beginning at 7 AM. The first car will start down Highway 318 at 8 AM sharp, and cars will launch one minute apart, in order of faster speed classes to slower, and drive off down 318 towards the thrill of victory, or the agony of defeat.

    The grand finale takes place Sunday evening with an awards Banquet in Ely (NORC) and (SSCC), during which cocktails and dinner are enjoyed. Tales of amazing feats related to tearing open the space-time continuum, hilarious navigator hijinks, and countless stopwatch shenanigans will be told in a way only SSCC veterans can share, as the highly anticipated announcements of who bested the time clock to win, place or show in each speed class are read aloud. It is truly and evening not to be missed by NORC and SSCC veterans and rookies alike. Shock, awe, and tears of joy are all guaranteed to one and all.

    Over the past three decades, SSCC events have been featured on the pages of many popular car magazines, such as Road and Track, Car and Driver, and Hot Rod Magazine, just to name a few. We’ve also appeared on major television networks, including many popular automotive shows on ESPN, Fox Sports, SPEED Channel, Mav TV and others. Of course, we’re all over YouTube on many popular channels, and some not so well-known pages too. Search for Silver State Classic Challenge to uncover many hair-raising videos (though we don’t condone them all).

    If you have ever wondered what it would be like to drive your car as fast as you can handle over 90-122 miles of closed highway or have always wanted to participate in a high speed auto rally or Open Road event, there is no better place to find out what it’s like than on Nevada Highway 318. Best of all, the local Sheriff will smile and wave at you as you pass him by doing 165 mph in a 70 mph zone. Where else can you get that rush of constant speed for that long of a distance without risking life, limb and your driver’s license? Go to SSCC.US to register for one of our events today and come experience the automotive rush of a lifetime with us on Nevada Highway 318.

    We hope to see you racing with us soon down the Silver State Classic Challenge Highway!


  • 04/22/2022 6:30 AM | Eric Anderson


    See everything LS, and LT compete at LSFest West. Every year you'll see Cadillacs, Camaros, and more battle it out on the strip.

    Holley LS Fest has become the go-to event for fans of GM’s high performance do-it-all LS engine platform. This year Holley is bringing LS Fest West back to Las Vegas Motor Speedway just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada! If an LS based (or current generation LT V8) engine is powering your ride or if you are considering a swap to LS power, this is your event! Race cars, street rods, muscle cars, trucks, late models, drift cars, prerunners, Ultra 4 buggies – you name it, if it is powered by an LS/LT there will be something here for you! Take part in our Drag Racing classes, Autocross, 3S Challenge, Show-N-Shine, Sac Speed Shop Donut Pit, Dyno Challenge, Road Course Challenge, off road Dirt Destruction and more! Event/class champions will be crowned as well as an overall event champion for those that want to compete in multiple events. Check out the rest of the site and make plans to join us!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6pqNTveYYM

    To register your car, or get tickets please visit https://www.lsfest.com/west/registration/

  • 03/14/2022 8:20 PM | Anonymous



    www.tracknightinamerica.com

    You and your car.
    An hour of Track time.

    Track Night Pricing

    Standard Entry: $150
    SCCA SafeRacer First Gear Entry (age 24 and under): $125
    Active Military Entry: $125
    Entry with a new SCCA membership: $200
    Entry with a Bell Sport Mag Helmet: $275
    Entry with a Bell Sport Helmet: $350
    Entry with a Bell Sport Mag Helmet and a new SCCA Membership: $325
    Entry with a Bell Sport Helmet and a new SCCA Membership: $400


    Click here to FIND A TRACK
    Click here for RULES AND REGULATIONS
    Click here for WHAT TO BRING
    Click here for EVENT AGENDA

    2022 SCHEDULE

    Atlanta Motorsports Park, Dawsonville, GA, March 16, April 13, June 8, July 6, August 24, September 21
    Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, CA, May 14, June 18, September 10, November 12
    Blackhawk Farms Raceway, South Beloit, IL, May 10, June 8, July 13, August 10, September 14
    Brainerd International Raceway, Brainerd, MN, May 27*, September 2*  
    Carolina Motorsports Park, Kershaw, SC, April 7, May 19, June 23, October 6
    Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC, March 15, April 26, June 2, July 7, August 3
    Dakota County Technical College, Rosemount, MN, May 6*, June 3*, June 24, July 22*, August 11*, September 16
    Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL, May 5, May 6, August 4, August 5
    Dominion Raceway, Thornburg, VA, May 4, June 2, June 30, August 4, October 6
    Eagles Canyon Raceway, Decatur, TX, March 22, May 10, September 13
    GingerMan Raceway, South Haven, MI, May 19, June 16, August 11, September 15
    Harris Hill Raceway, San Marcos, TX, March 16, April 13, May 4, June 8, September 14, October 12, November 2
    Heartland Motorsports Park, Topeka, KS, April 28, May 20, June 16, July 21, August 18, September 20, October 13
    High Plains Raceway, Deer Trail, CO, June 22, August 24
    Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, CT, June 8, June 9, July 19, August 11, September 16
    Memphis International Raceway, Millington, TN, TBD
    Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA, May 5, May 19*, June 21, July 22
    MotorSport Ranch, Cresson, TX, April 12, June 7, October 11
    Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon, TN, April 27, July 28
    Nelson Ledges Road Course, Garrettsville, OH, May 20, June 22, July 13, August 10
    New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, NH, May 12, August 4
    New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ, April 27, May 25, June 23, July 20, August 17, September 21
    NOLA Motorsports Park, Avondale, LA, April 7, October 13
    Palm Beach International Raceway, Jupiter, FL, February 8, March 8, April 12, May 24, September 13, October 11, November 15
    Palmer Motorsports Park, Ware, MA, June 16, September 8
    Pikes Peak International Raceway, Fountain, CO, July 29, September 15
    Pittsburgh International Race Complex, Wampum, PA, April 26, May 10, June 1, June 29, July 27, August 26, September 20, October 12
    Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA, April 21, May 17, June 14, July 7, August 10, September 15
    Portland International Raceway, Portland, OR, April 15, May 3, May 27, July 5, August 2
    Ridge Motorsports Park, Shelton, WA, April 28, May 26, June 14, July 12, August 8, September 20
    Sebring International Raceway, Sebring, FL, April 1, June 16, October 27
    Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Thompson, CT, April 19, May 5, May 24, June 30, July 11, July 26, August 9, August 30, September 22, October 12
    Thunderhill Raceway Park, Willows, CA, March 17, April 21, May 12, June 9, August 25, September 29
    Virginia International Raceway, Alton, VA, August 18, September 1


  • 03/12/2022 11:24 AM | Anonymous


    A Gathering of Moto Enthusiasts, Gears & Grinds began in 2016 alongside our favorite local coffee shop, Baguette Café.  Our goal is simple, we welcome all gears with wheels to enjoy good company & delicious flavors

    Join us every 1st & 3rd Sunday from 8am-11am. 

    Address:

    Baguette Café LV
    8359 West Sunset Road
    Las Vegas, NV

    Dates: 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gearsandgrindsvegas/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GearsandGrindsVegas/

    Website: https://daserbe.com/gearsandgrindsvegas

  • 03/09/2022 10:35 AM | Mike Franks


    Track Night 2022: Portland International Raceway- April 15

    Track Night 2022: Portland International Raceway- April 15

    April 15, 2022, 01:00 PM - 09:00 PM PDT

    Portland International Raceway

    Portland, OR

    Track Night 2022: Ridge Motorsports Park - April 28

    Track Night 2022: Ridge Motorsports Park - April 28

    April 28, 2022, 02:00 PM - 09:00 PM PDT

    Ridge Motorsports Park

    Shelton, WA

    Track Night 2022: Portland International Raceway- May 3

    Track Night 2022: Portland International Raceway- May 3

    May 03, 2022, 02:00 PM - 09:00 PM PDT

    Portland International Raceway

    Portland, OR

    Track Night 2022: Ridge Motorsports Park - May 26

    Track Night 2022: Ridge Motorsports Park - May 26

    May 26, 2022, 02:00 PM - 09:00 PM PDT

    Ridge Motorsports Park

    Shelton, WA

    Track Night 2022: Portland International Raceway- May 27

    Track Night 2022: Portland International Raceway- May 27

    May 27, 2022, 02:30 PM - 09:00 PM PDT

    Portland International Raceway

    Portland, OR


  • 04/17/2019 6:44 AM | Anonymous


    Typically the 3rd Sunday of each month but be sure to check their Facebook page for updates.

    Central Texas' biggest gathering of auto enthusiasts has found a new home at Circuit of The Americas! CARS & COFFEE AUSTIN is taking over Lot A for a monthly pop-up car show for the entire family. All profits will be donated to a different Austin area charitable organization each month. The inaugural Cars & Coffee Austin at Circuit of The Americas is going down May 20 and benefits Central Texas Food Bank.

    ADMISSION TO CARS & COFFEE IS FREE

    FREE PARKING AVAILABLE IN ORANGE NON-SHOW SECTIONS IN LOT A WITH ADDITIONAL SPACES IN LOTS B, C AND D

    THERE IS A $5 PER VEHICLE DONATION (CREDIT CARD ONLY) TO PARK IN A BLUE SECTION AND BE PART OF THE SHOW CAR DISPLAY

    PARKING OPENS AT 6:30AM, AND THE SHOW RUNS FROM 8AM TO NOON

    COFFEE AND CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN THE MAIN GRANDSTAND AND VELOCITY LOUNGE

    COTA Karting IS OPEN FOR CARS & COFFEE GUESTS FROM 7:30AM TO NOON. WALK UPS ONLY

    LEASHED DOGS WELCOME
  • 03/03/2018 6:49 AM | Anonymous

    Houston Coffee and Cars, the gathering that started as a vision to have automotive enthusiasts who own and drive rare machines share their passion with others while enjoying a cup of coffee the first Saturday morning of every month, quickly turned into one of the country’s top automotive gatherings and has become what it is today. The founder, who after transferring to Houston from Las Angeles noticed a missing connection in the local automotive scene and what started as just a gathering of no more than 10 cars that included machines from the Ferrari and Lamborghini clubs as well as beautiful classic machines of different eras now hosts a phenomenal collection of machines and gathers automotive enthusiasts of all ages.

    WHO WE ARE

    Ferrari Dino Coffee and CarsAn informal gathering of car hobby enthusiasts who meet and share their passion for motorsports. Everyone is invited with no memberships or dues required. We welcome all enthusiasts but we ask that everyone who attends is respectful to everyone else.

    WHEN AND WHERE

    Ferrari F40 at Coffee and CarsThe event takes place the first Saturday of every month from 8:00 a.m. until 10 a.m. The location is at the Vintage Park shopping village in North Houston.

    PLEASE JOIN US

    Ferrari Enzo at Coffee and CarsWe look forward to see you at our next gathering. Invite your family, friends or club members to experience Houston Coffee & Cars, the passion for amazing machines.

    Vintage Park

  • 02/19/2018 6:52 AM | Anonymous




    LOCATION: Lowes at I-10 at the Rim
    18303 Rim Drive, Exit 554
    8:00AM - 10:30AM  2nd Saturday of each month

    Cars and Coffee is an international automotive enthusiasts group. You will see a large variety of specialty or modded rides including exotics.  The car show and cruise is an informal, come and go event.  There is no assigned parking.. first come, first serve so if you want to park with your Club or other similar vehicles, you need to arrive early!

    https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeAndCarsSanAntonio

    http://forum.carsandcoffee.info/forumdisplay.php/137-Cars-and-Coffee-San-Antonio



  • 07/01/2017 10:48 AM | Anonymous


    Cadillac V Club Lets go Autocross!

    Solo is the SCCA brand name for autocross competition. Solo events are driving skill contests that emphasize the driver's ability and the car's handling characteristics. This is accomplished by driving a course that is designated by traffic cones on a low hazard location, such as a parking lot or inactive airstrip. While speeds are no greater than those normally encountered in legal highway driving.

    The combination of concentration and car feedback creates an adrenaline pumping experience. It is like being in a movie chase scene, only you are holding onto the steering wheel instead of a box of popcorn!

    Cost for non SCCA members is $45 per entry if registered on line at www.dlbracing.com, or $55 if onsite

    Registration at: http://www.dlbracing.com/
    Join SCCA at: https://www.scca.com/