LAST EVENT

Points Event #2

May. 1st, 2022

Event Type: Autocross/Solo
Location: Nashville Superspeedway
Event Chair: Hayden Pirrera
Course Map
Course Map

NEXT EVENT

Points Event #3

Jul. 24 th, 2022

Event Type: Autocross/Solo
Location: James E Ward Ag Center
Event Chair: Kevin Marsh
Notes:
No junior karts permitted.

Schedule

  • 7:00a - Gates Open
  • 7:30a-9:00a - Registration/Tech
  • 8:30a - Course Open for Walking
  • 9:00a - Novice walk-through
  • 9:30a - Drivers Safety Meeting
  • 9:45a - First Heat to Grid
  • 10:00a - First Car Off!
  • ~12:00p - 30min Lunch Break
  • ~4:00p - Awards

Entry Fee

  • Non-SCCA Member: $50
  • SCCA Member: $40
  • No-Work Entry: $80
  • Military Discount: $5 off
    Student Discount: $5 off

2022 Schedule

SCCA Solo Racing Events

Event Date Location Notes Course Results
2022 Test & TuneSun. Mar. 6thJames E Ward Ag CenterRAWPAXSUMMARY
Points Event #1Sun. Apr. 3rdJames E Ward Ag CenterRAWPAXSUMMARY
Points Event #2Sun. May. 1stNashville SuperspeedwayRAWPAXSUMMARY
Points Event #3Sun. Jul. 24thJames E Ward Ag Center
Points Event #4 • BORDERWARS #1Sun. Aug. 21stNCM Motorsports ParkHosted by Kentucky Region SCCA
Points Event #5 • BORDERWARS #2Sun. Sep. 18thNCM Motorsports ParkHosted by Kentucky Region SCCA
Points Event #6 • OktoberFAST Day 1Sat. Oct. 29thNCM Motorsports Park
Points Event #7 • OktoberFAST Day 2Sun. Oct. 30thNCM Motorsports Park
If you wish to sign up to chair an event (design the course), please contact our Competition Director via Email or Facebook

Club Meetings & Other Activities

Event Date Location Notes Minutes
January MeetingThursday, Jan. 6thVirtual January 6th Minutes
February MeetingThursday, Feb. 3rdVirtual February 3rd Minutes
 2021 Awards BanquetSaturday, Feb. 12thMill Creek Brewing Co.
Nolensville, TN
Awards Slideshow 
March MeetingThursday, Mar. 3rdVirtual March 3rd Minutes
*** April MeetingThursday, Mar. 31stVirtual*** Last Thurs. of MarchMarch 31st Minutes
 Track Night In AmericaMonday, Apr. 25thNashville Superspeedway
Lebanon, TN
Info and Registration 
*** May MeetingThursday, Apr. 28thVirtual*** Last Thurs. of AprilApril 28th Minutes
June MeetingThursday, Jun. 2ndVirtual  
July MeetingThursday, Jul. 7thVirtual  
August MeetingThursday, Aug. 4thVirtual  
September MeetingThursday, Sep. 1stVirtual  
October MeetingThursday, Oct. 6thVirtual  
November MeetingThursday, Nov. 3rdVirtual  
December MeetingThursday, Dec. 1stVirtual  
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00PM unless otherwise noted. All members are welcome & encouraged to participate!
* Virtual Meetings: Please check our Facebook page the week of the meeting and reply as GOING to the event if you would like to join.

2022 Championship Points

Class Championships

Competitors who complete a full season within the same competition class will be eligible for the TRSCCA's year end championship.

  • Competitors must be a registered member of the Tennessee Region SCCA
  • A minimum of 5 events within a class are required to qualify for the end of season awards. Any events in excess of this minimum will count towards the top scores (i.e. if you compete in 7 events, the worst 2 will be dropped).
  • Novice class competitors may compete in the Novice group for up to one (1) full calendar year, or three (3) class wins, whichever comes first. Then they will be asked to graduate into the normal class for their vehicle. Novices (and new, non-novice class competitors) may be selected for the annual 'Rookie of the Year' award.
Points
1st Place 20 Points 5th Place 9 Points 9th Place 4 Points
2nd Place 16 Points 6th Place 7 Points 10th Place 3 Points
3rd Place 13 Points 7th Place 6 Points 11th Place 2 Points
4th Place 11 Points 8th Place 5 Points Others 1 Point

TRSCCA Traveller Award

We have created an award for travelling and representing TRSCCA! We love seeing our stickers out and our members representing us all across the US. Points are awarded for most automotive related events but have an emphasis on SCCA sanctioned events.

  • Must be a TRSCCA Member
  • Must have TRSCCA stickers or magnets in two places on your vehicle.
  • Must send proof to either trscca.re@gmail.com, trscca.cd@gmail.com, or in a message to our Facebook page to have points recorded.
    (TRSCCA will not be responsible for searching or looking up results)
Points Event Type
7 Points SCCA Nationals Event
5 Points SCCA National Tour Event
(Champ tour, Pro Solo, Time Trial Tour)
3 Points
  • Other SCCA Region Event
  • SCCA Track Night In America
2 Points
  • Non-SCCA Autocross
    (Good Guys, Optima, LS Fest, Ford Fest, Moparty, etc.)
  • Optima USCA
  • Endurance Racing
  • Track Day (HPDE, HPDI)
1 Points Cars and Coffee or car show representing TRSCCA

Competing With Us

Your Vehicle

Every car that runs in an SCCA event must first pass a technical inspection:

Tech closes at 9:00a - there will be a $5 charge to tech after that time.

  • Tires - no cords showing or other damage such as bulges, nails, etc.
  • Wheel bearings, shocks, steering, seat belts and suspension in good operating condition
  • Brakes - firm pedal with no detectable drop with car not running and proper level of fluid in reservoir
  • All loose items removed (radar detectors, floor mats, etc.)
  • Hubcaps and wheel rings removed
  • All lugs present and tight
  • Throttle return action safe and positive
  • No excessive fluid leaks
  • Battery securely fastened

Supplies

SCCA events are a full day affair. To get in more runs each event, we usually do not include a lunch break in the schedule. Therefore, be prepared to eat on the run. Tennessee summers are very hot and shade is limited, so please stay hydrated and protected from the sun. The following essentials will help get you through:

  • If you're under the age of 18, you'll need to bring your parents
  • A valid driver's license
  • Military and student discounts require ID
  • Cash and checks accepted for on-site entry fee (credit/debit cards accepted for online registration only)
  • Lots of fluids, ideally in a cooler, and lunch
  • Sunscreen, SPF 30+ (you will spend 8+hrs exposed)

Gear

  • Helmet:The TRSCCA is happy to loan helmets, but due to the limited quantity we encourage our regulars to purchase their own. A current Snell rating is required by the SCCA: here are the current certifications. Full-face or open-face style is up to you.
  • SA2005 and similar age helmet certifications are no longer valid.
  • Numbers and class: All cars need numbers and letters to designate their competition group. The SCCA has specific minimum size/location guidelines for these, as noted in Section 3.7 of the official rule book. We'll be happy to help you classify your car and pick your number. Reusable magnetic or vinyl decals are the best option, but blue painter's tape works as well.
Looking for more information? Try the official SCCA website, or the SCCA Solo Rules.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm completely new to autocross. Do you have any videos that show me what to expect?

Yes! Watch it on YouTube
How can I become a member of the TRSCCA?

Register online here or in person at one of our events.
I can only attend for half a day. Can I still race with the TRSCCA?

Unfortunately no, competitors need to commit to attending the full event (which generally ends by 5pm).
What class is my car in?

Most car's classes are listed in APPENDIX A of the Solo Rule Book and this cheat sheet can be used to help with allowed modifications. Clear as mud? Just ask a member and we'll be happy to help place you in the correct class!
Can I carry a passenger?

Yes! Passengers (age 18+) must sign the Event Waiver before riding and wear an approved helmet. Kids ages 12-18 must also have their parents sign a Minor Waiver.
Will the TRSCCA hold any (Track / TimeTrial / RallyCross) events this year?

We are working hard to bring new event types to the TRSCCA! Stay tuned!
What is an Event Chair?

The Event Chair is the designer of the course for an event. They arrive on site early to set up the course and, when it's time, deliver the drivers meeting. If you'd like to volunteer, contact our Competition Director.
I'm interested in becoming a SCCA Safety Steward. What do I need to do?

First, read the SCCA Solo Safety Steward Summary. Then inquire with one of our certified Safety Stewards at the next event. They'll help you with the apprenticeship.
If you have other questions, don't hesitate to reach out through Facebook or email our Competition Director directly.