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AUGUST FINAL 2006 Fastrack.qxp

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									EFFECTIVE FIRST DAY OF THE COVER MONTH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED | August 2006
GENERAL                                                                                               CONTENTS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MINUTES|SPORTS CAR CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.|June 5, 2006
                                                                                                       GENERAL                               1
The Board of Directors, Sports Car Club of America, Inc. met via teleconference June 5th, 2006.
                                                                                                      Board of Directors’ Minutes            1
The following members participated: Bob Introne, Chairman, Howard Allen, Jim Christian,
                                                                                                      CLUB RACING                            2
Charlie Clark, Larry Dent, Mike Engelke,
                                                                                                      Club Racing Board Minutes              2
Kaye Fairer, R. J. Gordy, Brian Holtz, Andy Porterfield, John Sheridan,                               Club Racing Technical Bulletin        18
                                                                                                      Club Racing Memos                     20
Michael Sauce, and K.P. Jones. Jim Julow, President, Jeff Dahnert, Vice President of Finance.
                                                                                                      SOLO                                  22
The Secretary acknowledges that these Minutes are not in chronological order.                         Solo Board Minutes                    22
                                                                                                      Solo Technical Bulletins              23
MOTION: To approve the Minutes of the May 19th, 2006 meeting. (Porterfield/Sheridan)
                                                                                                      RALLY                                 24
PASSED. Unanimous.
                                                                                                      RALLY Board Minutes                   18
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - Jeff Dahnert                                                             Solo Nationals Entry Form             26
Month end data is not yet available.                                                                  Solo Nationals Supps                  27
                                                                                                      Solo Nationals Run Order              32
PRESIDENTS REPORT - Jim Julow
                                                                                                      Runoffs Schedule                      33
Jim reported on changes in the National Staff.                                                        Runoffs Entry Form                    34
OLD BUSINESS                                                                                          Runoffs Driver Bio                    35
                                                                                                      Runoffs Volunteer Worker Form         36
MOTION: To notify the membership that the BoD is exploring the possibility of selling SCCA            Runoffs Supplementary Regulations     37
Enterprises. (Christian/Sauce) PASSED, Voting NO. Engleke, Abstaining, Christian, Allen,              Runoffs Race Officials                42
Porterfield.                                                                                          USRRC Entry Form                      43
MOTION: To adjourn. (Christian/Fairer) PASSED.                                                        RallyCross Nat’l Challenge Entry Form 44
                                                                                                      RallyCross Nat’l Challenge Sup. Regs  45
Respectfully submitted,                                                                               Authorized Competition License Schools 5
Jim Christian                                                                                         Accredited Driver Schools              6
Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MINUTES|SPORTS CAR CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.|July 10, 2006

The Board of Directors, Sports Car Club of America, Inc. met via teleconference July 10th, 2006. The following members participated: Bob
Introne, Chairman, Howard Allen, Jim Christian, Charlie Clark, Larry Dent, Mike Engelke,

Kaye Fairer, R. J. Gordy, Brian Holtz, Andy Porterfield, John Sheridan,

Michael Sauce, and K.P. Jones. Jim Julow, President, Jeff Dahnert, Vice President of Finance also participated.

The Secretary acknowledges that these Minutes are not in chronological order.

MOTION: To approve the Minutes of the June 5th, 2006 meeting. (Porterfield/Sheridan) PASSED. Unanimous.
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION - Jeff Dahnert

Jeff reported that based on financial data as of the end of May, a break even position for year end is projected.
PRESIDENTS REPORT - Jim Julow

Jim reported that Runoffs entries are above 500, and volunteer registrations are above 300. Both are ahead of last year at this time.
NEW BUSINESS

MOTION: To appoint K.P. Jones, R. J. Gordy, and Mike Sauce to the SCCA Enterprises Board of Directors for the duration of the sales process.
(Clark / Allen) PASSED, Unanimous.

MOTION: To waive the provisions of GCR section 3.17.2.A to allow Central Division (Area 5) to have only 5 National Races in 2007. (Engelke /
Dent) PASSED, Unanimous.

MOTION: To waive the provisions of the Operations Manual section 5.10.8 and GCR section 3.4.3.I.1 to allow Southwest Division (Area 7) to
obtain SCCA sanctions for three Double National Races in 2007. (Christian / Porterfield) PASSED, Unanimous.

MOTION: To adjourn.    (Christian / Sheridan) PASSED.

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Respectfully submitted,

Jim Christian
Secretary

CLUB RACING
BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MINUTES|SPORTS CAR CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.|July 11, 2006
The Club Racing Board met by teleconference on July 11, 2006. Participating were John Martinsen, Chairman; Bob Dowie, Vice-Chairman; Stan
Clayton, Brian Culbertson, Russ McHugh, and Craig Taylor. Also participating were Larry Dent and Mike Sauce, BoD Liaisons; Terry Ozment,
Director of Club Racing; Jeremy Thoennes, Technical Services Manager; John Bauer, Technical Assistant Club Racing; Lauri Burkons, CRB
Secretary.

In addition to those items covered in Technical Bulletin 06-08, the following decisions were made:
SUBMITTED TO BoD FOR APPROVAL

Please address all comments, both for and against, to the Club Racing Board. All proposed rules changes are for next season (effective
11/1/06).
Production

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the GP 1098 cc Sprite and Midget to HP at 1,650 lbs.

Touring/Showroom Stock

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.8.B as follows:

Touring Category automobiles shall, at all times, be in compliance with applicable Federal and State emission standards, specifically, ARB and
EPA certifications, as well as any additional emission the specifications contained within their factory Shop/Service Manual(s), except as
modified by these rules. Factory Shop/Service Manuals may come in the form of printed material, microfiche, CDs, DVDs and/or Internet access
to manufacturer sponsored web-based databases. It is the responsibility of the competitor to provide the electronic device capable of accessing
the data for compliance verification.
Item 2. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.8.D.1.i.2 as follows:

The engine management computer or ECU may be altered, but not replaced. All modifications provided that all modifications are shall be done
within the original housing. The car may meet federal emissions standards, but shall provide OBD II compliant data to the data link connector.
Automobiles shall meet federal emission standards.
Item 3. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.8.D.7.b to read as follows:

All cars may shall run tires of the with a minimum "U" speed rating of their choice. All cars are allowed a section increase or decrease of 10mm
or 20mm (e.g., 195 may use 175, 185, 195, 205, or 215). All cars are allowed an aspect ratio increase or decrease of 5 or 10 (e.g., 55 may use
45, 50, 55, 60, or 65).

Change the third paragraph of SSS section 17.1.3.E.7 to read as follows:

All cars may shall run tires of the with a minimum of a "U" speed rating of their choice. For size determination, the molded section shall be used.
All cars are allowed a section increase or decrease of 10mm or 20mm (e.g., 195 may use 175, 185, 195, 205, or 215). All cars are allowed an
aspect ratio increase or decrease of 5 or 10 (e.g., 55 may use 45, 50, 55, 60, or 65). All cars listed with an aspect ration of 75 or higher may
use an aspect ratio of 70.
Item 4. Effective 11/1/06: Remove the BMW Z4 from SSB. Note - the car will remain a T3 car.

Item 5. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the T2 Bullitt Mustang (2001) to T3 at a weight of 3480 lbs.




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Improved Touring

Item 1. Correct the classification chart published with item 1 in the July Fastrack with the following chart.

                       ITR                             Engine           Weight
                                                        Type             (lbs)




 Acura Integra Type R (98 -01)                        DOHC I4             2535
 Acura Legend (91 -95)                                SOHC V6             3135
 Acura RXS-S (02-04)                                  DOHC I4             2665
 Acura TSX (04 -06)                                   DOHC I4             2815
 BMW 325i/is (92 -95)                                 DOHC I6             2765
 BMW 328i/328is (96 -99)                              DOHC I6             2830
 BMW 330i (0 0-04)                                    DOHC I6             3290
 BMW 635 (83 -84)                                     DOHC I6             2925
 BMW M3 (88-91)                                       DOHC I4             2700
 BMW Z3 (97-00)                                       DOHC I6             2765
 Chevy/Pontiac Camaro/Firebird (97 -99)                OHV V6             2815
 Ford Contour SVT (98 -00)                            DOHC V6             2590
 Ford Mustang (94 -95)                                 OHV V8             3150
 Ford Mustang (99 -04)                                SOHC V6             2670
 Ford Taurus SHO (89 -95)                             DOHC V6             2890
 Honda Prelude (93 -96)                               DOHC I4             2570
 Honda Prelude (97 -01)                               DOHC I4             2640
 Honda S2000 (00 -03)                                 DOHC I4             3005
 Lexus IS300 (01 -05)                                 DOHC I6             3145
 Lexus SC300 (92 -00)                                 DOHCI6              3290
 Mazda 6 (02 -04)                                     DOHC V6             2915
 Mercedes SLK (00 -03)                                SOHC V6             3065
 Mitsubishi 3000GT (non -turbo FWD) (91 -             DOHC V6             3120
 93)
 Nissan 300ZX (89 -96)                                DOHC V6             3250
 Nissan Maxima (00 -01)                               DOHC V6             3040
 Porsche 911SC (78 -83)                               SOHC F6             2630
 Porsche 928 (78 -82)                                 SOHC V8             3150
 Porsche 944S2 (89 -91)                               DOHC I4             2810
 Porsche 968 (93 -97)                                 DOHC I4             3055
 Porsche Boxer (97 -99)                               DOHC F6             2830
 Toyota Celica GTS (00 -02)                           DOHC I4             2380
 Toyota Supra (87.5 -92)                              DOHC I6             2925
 Toyota Supra (93 -97)                                DOHC I6             3220

Formula

Item 1. (F500) Correct item 1 of the July Fastrack to read as follows: Effective 11/1/06, change section 17.1.6.E.3.c to read as follows: Blocks,
bushings, and/or mounts of rubber or similar material shall be used to isolate engine and drive assemblies, and/or axles from vibration, shock,
or track irregularities. The number of mounts shall not exceed one (1) per wheel and shall not exceed three (3) inch in thickness one (1) inch in
thickness in uncompressed state nor shall they be stacked. The diameter of the mounts shall not exceed two (2) inches two (2) times their
thickness. The mounts shall carry the weight of the car. Installation will be evaluated on compliance with both the letter and the intent of this
provision.
Previously Published Proposed Rules Changes

The following is a summary of proposed rule changes made by the Club Racing Board. These items will be presented to the Board of Directors
for approval during their August meeting. Comments, both for and against, should be sent to the Club Racing Board via e-mail at crb@scca.com.
GCR

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06: Add the following to section 22.1 GLOSSARY for the definition of "Pickup (Suspension)" for clarification of the new
paragraph suggested for section 17.1.1.D.5.b:

Pickup point (Suspension) - The location of attachment of a suspension component on the frame or structure of the car. Pickup point is also
referred to as "pivot axis."
(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)



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Item 2. Effective 11/1/06: Add a new paragraph to section 13.4.2 as follows:

On a mechanical RFA or protest, noncompliant items found by tech during disassembly, and not part of the original action, must be referred to
the Chief Steward. In such situations, associated tear down bonds shall not be rewarded for noncompliant cars.
(January 3 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 3. Effective 11/1/06: Add ASCS to the list of specification books to section 1.2.4.

(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
Item 4. Effective 11/1/06: Add the following to the end of section 6.18.1.B:

Conduct inspections of cars at the request of the Chief Steward and recommend inspection of cars to the Chief Steward as necessary.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 5. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 11.1 to read as follows:

A full and complete Technical and Safety Inspection shall be performed by a Licensed Scrutineer (Divisional/National) on each car once a year
(12 months). The year shall be defined as the calendar year. If the car passes Tech, the logbook shall be stamped with the "official" inspection
stamp, dated, and signed. Annual Tech may be performed in December of the preceding year.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 6. Effective 11/1/06: Add a new section EE to 11.2.1 to read as follows:

Fire suppression systems and fire extinguishers shall comply with section 17.22.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 7. Effective 11/1/06: Add a new section FF to 11.2.1 to read as follows:

The master switch, if applicable, shall comply with section 17.27.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 8. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 11.3.1 to read as follows:

The first three (3) finishers in each class shall be immediately impounded for a minimum of thirty (30) minutes after the completion of each
race, unless otherwise provided in the Supplementary Regulations. The Chief Steward may direct that the additional finishers in any class be
impounded immediately following a competition. It is the driver's responsibility to ascertain his or her finishing position and present his or her car
to impound immediately, without going to the paddock, if among the top three (3) in class. Failure to do so promptly may result in a penalty. Each
impounded car shall be given an inspection that shall, at minimum, include verification of conformity to the minimum weight and track
dimensions where applicable two additional items as appropriate for the class, as determined by the Chief Technical Inspector and Chief
Steward. During the weighing, if there is any doubt about the weight, the car shall be weighed in both directions. If there is any other doubt about
the car's conformity to the rules, any appropriate methods may be used by the Technical Inspector to determine the car's legality. The Chief
Steward may also order the removal of a wheel or intake choke(s) or restrictors during impound. These inspections are not subject to the fees
outlined in section 6.11.3.E. Additional inspections may be conducted through the protest procedures outlined in section 13.4.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 9. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 11.3.3.B to read as follows:

Individual scale pads that weigh a single wheel are preferable. Platform scales, or individual scales that weigh one axle (two wheels) at a time,
are acceptable. Scales or test weights shall be certified. The following scale configurations are acceptable: platform scales, individual scales
that weigh one axle (two wheels) at a time, or four individual scale pads that each weighs a single wheel. If all four wheels cannot be weighed at
the same time, the driver shall be weighed independently of the car. Scales or test weights shall be certified.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March FasTrack)

Item 10. Effective 11/1/06: Add a new paragraph to section 17.3.1 as follows:

All vehicle logbooks shall remain solely in possession and control of a Divisional or National Scrutineer prior to their issuance, whether new,
replacement, or continuation.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March FasTrack)

Item 11. In response to government changes regarding specific chemicals, the following changes are proposed to our fuel testing rules. Effective
11/1/06: Change section 17.4.1 to read as follows, starting with the last sentence of the first paragraph:

Gasoline may be tested and certified at SCCA events by the determination of the dielectric constant using the SCCA Fuel Check meter and
through the application of various chemical analyses (e.g., Reagent "A" and Reagent "D" tests).

SCCA Approved Fuel Meter:        High Desert Engineering Model G-01

SCCA Approved Reagent Test(s) Germane Engineering Reagent "A"

                                Germane Engineering Reagent "D"
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March FasTrack)

Item 12. Effective 11/1/06: Remove the column titled Reagent D from the Fuel Standards table in section 17.4.1.

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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March FasTrack)

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Item 13. Effective 11/1/06: Remove the "No black pos." in the Reagent A column for "All SS,
SM, T, IT, SRF, Olds SR running as CSR (exc. rotary)" and "All rotary engines" from the Fuel
                                                                                                  2006 AUTHORIZED
Standards table in section 17.4.1                                                                 COMPETITION LICENSE
                                                                                                  ISSUING SCHOOLS
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March FasTrack)

Item 14. Effective 11/1/06: Add new section 39 to section 17 as follows:                          REGIONAL
                                                                                                  AMERICAN RACING ACADAMY
39. INSIDE NET (Commonly referred to as a Right Side Net)                                         7055 Speedway Blvd, Ste E102
A inside net running between the main roll hoop and the dash is recommended for all               Las Vegas, NV 89115
                                                                                                  702-643-2126, 1-888-Go-Derek,
production-based cars and two-seater sports racers (see figure 5). It is recommended that the     www.derekdaly.com
lower strand of the net pass the shoulder and run horizontally from the cage to the dash. The
upper strand should pass the Cg of the helmet in the side view. The net should run parallel to    BOB BONDURANT SCHOOL
                                                                                                  P O Box 51980, Phoenix, AZ 85076-1980
the center of the car in plan view and be as close to the seat as possible. It is recommended
                                                                                                  520-796-1111, www.bondurant.com
that the net be tensioned tightly and have a way to quickly disconnect it in case the driver
needs to exit through the car in an emergency. Metal collars, or some other equivalent method,    PETTIFORD’S GO 4 IT RACING SCHOOLS
should be used to keep the strands of the net from moving from where they are positioned on       374 N 96th St., Louisville, CO 80027
                                                                                                  303-666-4113, www.go4itservices.comSKIP
the roll cage. If possible, the recommended mounting method is to wrap the net strands
around the back of the seat and attach them to the main hoop upright. However, teams should       REGIONAL & NATIONAL
consult the net manufacturer to verify their recommended method of mounting.                      BERTIL ROOS RACING SCHOOL
                                                                                                  P.O. Box 221, Blakeslee, PA 18610
                                                                                                  800-722-3669, www.racenow.com
                                                                                                  BRIDGESTONE RACING ACADEMY
                                                                                                  C/O Mosport Driver Development Cntr.
                                                                                                  Box 373, Pontypool, Ontario L0A1K0
                                                                                                  905-983-1114, fax 905-983-1004
                                                                                                  www.race2000.com, info@race2000.com
                                                                                                  THE JIM RUSSELL RACING SCHOOLS
                                                                                                  Infineon Raceway
                                                                                                  29305 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476
                                                                                                  707-939-7600, www.jimrussellusa.com
                                                                                                  PANOZ RACING SCHOOL
                                  Figure 5: Inside Net Schematic                                  5290 Winder Hwy, Braselton, GA 30517
                                                                                                  888-282-4872,
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack, amended June 6 Minutes, published July           www.panozracingschool.com
Fastrack)
                                                                                                  BARBER RACING SCHOOL
Item 15. Effective 1/1/07: Change the first sentence of section 17.23.2 to read as follows:       PO Box 1629, Lakeville, CT 06039-1629
                                                                                                  860-435-1300, www.skipbarber.com
Crash helmets approved by the Snell Foundation with Snell sticker 1995 2000 or later Special      For corrections or additions, contact
Application ( SA95 SA2000), or by the SFI with a SFI Sticker 31.1a for open faced helmets and     Terry Ozment at 1-800-770-2055 or
a SFI sticker 31.2a for closed faced (if purchased prior to 12/31/04), SFI 31.1 (if purchased     tozment@scca.com
after 1/1/05), or by the FIA standard 8860-2004.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 16. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.30 as follows:

17.30. WINDOW SAFETY NETS

         Window safety nets shall be used on the driver's side window of all closed cars. As of
January 1, 1995 and thereafter, a All window nets shall meet SFI Specification 27.1, and shall
bear an "SFI Spec 27.1., Label" to that effect. (Note - Window nets need not be dated.) The
window net shall be equipped with a quick-release device and when released it shall fall down,
thus not having to be flipped up on the roof. Nets shall be attached to the roll cage; plastic
buckles, cable ties, hose clamps, and elastic cords are not permitted. Holes in the rollcage to
accommodate either support rod are unacceptable unless bushed and welded completely.
Refer to Figure 4, "Proper Window Net Installation," for additional information on mounting
methods. Closed cockpit sports racers may use arm restraints in lieu of a window net.
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)

Item 17. Effective 11/1/06: Change GCR sections 18.1.2 and 18.1.3 to read as follows:

18.1.2. A system of head rest to prevent whiplash and rebound, and also to prevent the
driver's head from striking the underside of the main hoop shall be installed on all vehicles.
Racing seats with integral headrests shall also meet this requirement and have a support to
the main hoop. Seats homologated to, and mounted in accordance with FIA standard 8855-
1999 or higher need not have the seat back attached to the roll structure. The head restraint
on non-integral seats shall have a minimum area of thirty-six (36) square inches and be
padded with a non-resilient material such as Ethafoam® Ensolite® with a minimum thickness
of one (1) inch. It is strongly recommended that p Padding shall meet SFI spec 45.2 or FIA
Sports Car Head Rest Material. The head restraint shall be capable of withstanding a force of
two-hundred (200) lbs., in a rearward direction. The head restraint support shall be such that
it continues rearward or upward from the top edge in a way that the driver's helmet can not
hook over the pad.

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18.1.3. Forward braces and portions of the main hoop subject to contact by the driver's
helmet (as seated normally and restrained by seatbelt/shoulder harness) shall be padded with
                                                                                                      2006 ACCREDITED
non resilient material such as Ethafoam® or Ensolite® with a minimum thickness of one half            DRIVER SCHOOLS
(1/2) inch. Padding meeting SFI spec 45.1 or FIA 8857-2001 is strongly recommended                    DRIVING DYNAMICS
required.                                                                                             54 Birch Avenue, Little Silver, NJ 07739
                                                                                                      732-219-0404, www.drivingdynamics.com
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(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
                                                                                                      FAASST PERFORMANCE DRIVING SCHOOL
Item 18. Effective 11/1/06: Add new section 11 to section 20 as follows:                              4771 Barnes Road
                                                                                                      Colorado Springs, CO 80917
11. Head and Neck Restraint                                                                           East Coast: 703-349-0875
                                                                                                      West Coast: 719-761-1372
The use of a head and neck restraint device is highly recommended. All head and neck                  www.faasst.com
restraint devices must be certified by the SFI Foundation and bear the SFI 38.1 label.
                                                                                                      MSR HOUSTON
(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
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                                                                                                      Angleton, TX 77515
Item 19. Effective 11/1/06: change section 5.3.1 as follows:                                          281-672-0661
                                                                                                      www.msrhouston.com
5.3.1 Participation Credit                                                                                    O
                                                                                                      THE MID-OHIO SCHOOL TrueSports Inc.
                                                                                                      545 Metro Place So. Ste. 400, Dublin, OH
A driver shall receive credit for only one race per race group per sanctioned event, regardless       43017-5367
of the number of races entered. A Novice driver shall receive credit for only one race per            614-793-4615, www.midohioschool.com
sanctioned event, regardless of the number of races entered.
                                                                                                      PRO DRIVE RACING SCHOOL
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)                                                             1940 N. Victory Blvd., Portland, OR 97217
                                                                                                      503-285-4449, www.prodrive.net
Item 20. In an effort to classify cars that do not fit into any of the current categories of SCCA,
                                                                                                      PROFORMANCE RACING SCHOOL
the CRB recommends the creation of a new category, Prepared (working name). This category             P.O. Box 791, Bellevue, WA 98009
would have two classes - B and D, with room to add A and C in the future.                             253-630-5130,
                                                                                                      www.proformanceraceschool.com
B Prepared will be a class for World Challenge GT-based cars.
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D Prepared will be a class for World Challenge Touring-based cars.                                    Contact: Mercedes-Benz Customer
                                                                                                      Assistance Center
Vehicles used in the series must be identifiable with the vehicles offered for sale to the public     1-800-FOR-MERCedes
and available through the manufacturer's normal distribution channels. The intent of these            SLR Liasons: Kathy Troutman or
rules is to allow older World Challenge cars to compete in Club Racing with minimal                   Robert Daschil
modifications and allow new cars to be built to the same spec, as well. No model years older          STARS & STRIPES MOTORSPORTS
than 1990 will be permitted. The B Prepared target performance is 450hp. The D Prepared               PO Box 356, Foyil OK 74031
target performance is 250hp.                                                                          Contact: Jim Elliott, 918-343-4452
                                                                                                      www.starsandstripesms.com
The following lists general rules for the new category:
                                                                                                      TRACK TIME INC. DRIVING SCHOOLS
- Restrictors - SIRs                                                                                  131 Adrian Street, Manchester, MI 48158
                                                                                                      734-428-2700, fax 734-428-2703,
- Rear suspension - maximum 5-link setup                                                              www.tracktime.com
- Transmission - sequential allowed with a weight penalty
                                                                                                      For corrections or additions, contact
- Fuel - unleaded                                                                                     Terry Ozment at 1-800-770-2055 or
                                                                                                      tozment@scca.com
- Tires - DOT

The CRB wishes to introduce this category and the two classes in 2007, with eligibility for Runoffs participation in 2008.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)

Item 21. In an effort to provide a class for high performance sports cars, the CRB recommends realigning the Touring class. Classes currently
called T1, T2, and T3 would drop one class to T2, T3, and T4, respectively. A new T1 class will be created to classify the cars with performance
potential higher than T2, but less than the Prepared classes.

This realignment would bring the Touring category into the same format as the new Prepared category, allowing for further modification from T2
to BP and T4 to DP, with T1 and T3 aligned with AP and CP when developed.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)

Production

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06, change section 18.6.a.1.a as follows:

a. The main hoop shall be continuous and as near to the roof as possible on closed automobiles.
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(December 2-4 Minutes, published February Fastrack)

Item 2. Effective 11/1/06, change section 18.6.a.2.a as follows:

a. The main hoop shall be continuous and not less than two (2) inches above the driver's helmet on open automobiles, with the driver seated
normally and restrained by seat belt/shoulder harness as illustrated in Figure 7A.
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(December 2-4 minutes, published February Fastrack)

Item 3. Effective 11/1/06, change section 18.6.a.2.b.1 as follows:



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1. The main hoop shall be full height (over the driver) for at least 50% of the width of the hoop
a minimum of 9 inches as illustrated in Figure 7A below. For measurement purposes, a flat           MAJOR CIRCUIT CONTACTS
ruler must have at least 9 inches in contact with the tube when placed on the flat, full height     ARROYO SECO MOTORPLEX
section over the driver's head.                                                                     Fairacres, NM
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                                                                                                    724-535-1000, fax 724-535-0100
                                                                                                    admin@beaverun.com
                                                                                                    BLACKHAWK FARMS RACEWAY
                                                                                                    Rockton, IL
                                                                                                    PO Box 347, Rockton, IL 61072
                                                                                                    815-389-2000, fax 815-389-3323
                     (December 2-4 minutes, published February Fastrack)
                                 4                                                                  BUTTONWILLOW RACEWAY PARK
                                                                                                    Buttonwillow, CA
Item 4. Effective 11/1/06, delete sections 18.6.b.1.e and f, and renumber g to e.                   24551 Lerdo Hwy, Buttonwillow, CA 93206
                                                                                                    661-764-5333, fax 661-764-5334
e. It is recommended the hoop extend to the belly pan. If not, it shall be attached to the
chassis with gussets and triangulation in order to spread the loads.                                CAROLINA MOTORSPORTS PARK
                                                                                                    Kershaw, SC
f. It is recommended that the vertical bars of the front hoop be connected by a horizontal bar at   3662 Kershaw Camden Hwy, P. O. Box 366
                                                                                                    Kershaw, SC 29067, 803-475-2448
a point above the driver's legs.
                                                                                                    DAYTONA INTERN’L SPEEDWAY
            4
(December 2-4 minutes, published February Fastrack)                                                 Daytona Beach, FL
                                                                                                    1801 W. International Speedway Blvd.
Item 5. Effective 11/1/06, delete the second paragraph of section 18.6.1. Bracing - Open and
                                                                                                    PO Box 2801, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Closed Automobiles; and add a new paragraph to section 18.6.1.a as follows:
                                                                                                    386-254-2700
All main hoops shall incorporate a diagonal brace (same diameter and wall thickness as main         FIREBIRD INTERN’L RACEWAY PARK
hoop) to prevent lateral distortion of the main hoop. The brace shall either be in the plane of     Chandler, AZ
the main hoop or extend from the top of one rear brace (see Figure 7C) to the bottom of the         20000 North Maricopa Road at I-10
opposite brace. In the case of braces in the plane of the main hoop, the brace must be              PO Box 5023, Chandler, AZ 85226
attached at both ends to the main hoop, span at least 50% of the main hoop, and a least 75%         602-268-0200
of the height of the main hoop.                                                                     GATEWAY INTERNATIONAL RACING
                                                                                                    Madison, IL
a. Main Hoop Bracing:                                                                               700 Raceway Boulevard
                                                                                                    Madison, IL 62060
Rear Braces: All main hoops shall have two (2) braces extending to the rear, attaching to the       618-482-5501
frame or chassis. Braces shall be attached as near as possible to the top of the main hoop (not     618-482-5595 fax
more than six (6) inches below the top), be outboard as much as possible, and at an included        GINGERMAN RACEWAY
angle of at least thirty (30) degrees. Rear braces may penetrate required bodywork provided         South Haven MI
the resulting hole serves no other function, and the holes are sealed around the braces.            61414 CR 388
                                                                                                    South Haven, MI 49090
Diagonal Braces: All main hoops shall incorporate a diagonal brace to prevent lateral distortion    616-253-4445)
of the main hoop. The brace shall either be in the place of the main hoop, or extend from the       GRATTAN RACEWAY
top of one rear brace (described above) to the bottom of the opposite rear brace. Automobiles       Grattan, MI
with mid mounted engines can have the lower mounting point attach to the frame of the               7200 Lessiter, Belding, MI 48809
automobile within 6 inches of the main hoop. In the case of braces in the plane of the main         616-691-7221, 616-453-4389
hoop, the brace must span at least 50 percent of the width of the main hoop, and at least 75        HALLETT MOTOR RACING CIRCUIT
percent of the height of the main hoop. Refer to the following figure.                              Hallett, OK
                                                                                                    2232 S. Nogales
                                                                                                    Tulsa, OK 74107-2286
                                                                                                    918-583-1134, 6, fax 918-583-1135
                                                                                                    HEARTLAND PARK TOPEKA
                                                                                                    Topeka, KS
                                                                                                    P. O. Box 19228, Topeka, KS 66619
                                                                                                    785-862-4781, 785-862-7223,
                                                                                                    fax 785-862-2016
                                                                                                    HOLTVILLE AERODROME INTERNATIONAL
                                                                                                    RACEWAY
                                                                                                    San Diego, CA
                                                                                                    c/o Aviation Concepts Enterprises
                                                                                                    6983 Belle Glade Lane, San Diego, CA 92119
                                                                                                                M
                                                                                                    HOMESTEAD-MIAMI SPEEDWAY
                                                                                                    Homestead, FL
                          Diagonal brace may run B-C, A-D, B-E, or A-F.                             One Speedway Boulevard, Homestead, FL 33055
                                                                                                    305-230-5200, fax 305-230-5223
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(December 2-4 Minutes, published February Fastrack)                                                 ww.homesteadmiamispeedway.com
Item 6. Effective 11/1/06: Add to section 17.1.1.D.6.d.7 as follows:                                INDIANAPOLIS RACEWAY PARK
                                                                                                    Indianapolis, IN
Pickup points may be reinforced, but not relocated. The pivot axis of the suspension must be in     10267 E. US Hwy 136
the same axis as intended by the manufacturer, except for the OEM method of adjusting caster        Indianapolis, IN 46234
                                                                                                    317-291-4090
and camber. Offset bushings are allowed within the control arm as long as the pivot axis is not
affected.

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                                                                                                                August 2006 Fastrack news F -7
(December 13 minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum, amended April 4 Minutes,
published May Fastrack)                                                                                MAJOR CIRCUIT CONTACTS
                                                                                                       (continued)
Item 7. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.1.D.6.e.1 to read as follows:
                                                                                                       INFINEON RACEWAY
Steering arms, pitman arms, and steering linkage components may be reinforced. The steering            Sonoma, CA
system shall not be changed.                                                                           Highways 37 and 121, Sonoma, CA 95476
                                                                                                       707-938-8448, fax 707-938-8430
Racks, steering boxes, steering arms, idler arms, pitman arms, and other steering linkage
                                                                                                       LAJUNTA RACEWAY
components may be reinforced by the addition of material and/or the addition of support to             LaJunta, CO
the stock component. Rubber bushings locating or retaining any steering component may be               PO Box 321, LaJunta, CO 81050
replaced by bushings of any material. The replacement bushing can not in anyway relocate the           719-384-8052 (after 9 pm)
component it retains.                                                                                  LIME ROCK PARK
                                                                                                       Lime Rock, CT
The outer tie rod end may be replaced by a rod end. The rod end may be coupled to the
                                                                                                       497 Lime Rock Road, PO Box 111,
steering system by a rod or threaded tube of unrestricted origin and material. The tapered             Lakeville, CT 06039
hole in the steering arm on the outboard side of the tie rod (rod end) may be drilled or reamed        800-RACE LRP, 860-435-5000
to allow a bolt to be used to retain the rod end to the steering arm. The rod end can be moved
                                                                                                       LONG BEACH GRAND PRIX ASSOC’N
up or down by the installation of spacers for the sole purpose of reducing bump steer. The             Long Beach, CA
original style and design (rack and pinion, reciprocating ball, front or rear steer) of the steering   3000 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90806
system shall not be changed or relocated in anyway.                                                    562-981-2600, fax 562-981-2616
                                                                                                       www.longbeachgp.com
            6
(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
                                                                                                       LOWES MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Item 8. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the Honda Civic Del Sol (1595cc) from EP to FP, at 2,190         Concord, NC
lbs with .410 inch lift on the camshaft, and 11.0:1 compression ratio.                                 5555 Highway US 29 No., Concord, NC
                                                                                                       28026-0600
(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
            6                                                                                          704-455-3200, fax 704-455-2547
                                                                                                       MAZDA RACEWAY AT LAGUNA SECA
Item 9. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the 1995-98 LP Dodge Neon (SOHC and DOHC) from EP                Monterey, CA
to FP at current EP weight, with .450 inch lift on the camshaft, and 11.0:1 compression ratio.         1021 Monterey Highway 68, Salinas, CA 93942
                                                                                                       408-648-5111, 408-373-0533
            6
(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
                                                                                                       MEMPHIS INTERNATIONAL MOTORSPORTS
Item 10. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the full prep Triumph Spitfire Mk I & II from GP to HP at       PARK Millington, TN
the current GP weight.                                                                                 5500 Taylor Forge Road, Millington, TN 38053
                                                                                                       901-358-7223, fax 901-358-7274
(March 7 Minutes, published April Fastack)
                                                                                                            A
                                                                                                       MID-AMERICA MOTORPLEX
Item 11. The CRB wishes to keep the Production roll cage rule as it is in the GCR (and                 Pacific Junction, IA
published recommendations from the February Fastrack), and all Production cars must meet               19340 Jesup Road, Pacific Junction, IA 51561
the regulations by 1/1/2007, except gold seal and gold card cars. We recommend that official           712-662-8122, fax 712-622-8147
gold seal and gold card cars must be compliant by 1/1/2010.                                            www.midamericamotorplex.com
                                                                                                            O
                                                                                                       MID-OHIO SPORTS CAR COURSE
Thus, change the last sentence of section 18.6 as follows:                                             Lexington, OH
                                                                                                       7721 Steam Corners Road, PO Box 3108
Cars that are not in compliance with these roll cage requirements but were issued logbooks             Lexington, OH 44904
"gold seals" and/or "gold cards" by the National Office prior to 1/1/05 may continue to use            419-884-4000
their existing roll cages until 01/01/07 01/01/10. The gold seal or card must accompany the            Office: True Sports, Inc.
vehicle logbook.                                                                                       545 Metro Place South, Suite 400
                                                                                                       Dublin, OH 43017-5367
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)                                                              614-793-4600, fax 614-793-4621
                                                                                                       www.midohio.com
Item 12. Per Item 1, change section 18.6.a.2.b.3. as follows:
                                                                                                       MOROSO MOTORSPORTS PARK
All cars must have correct shape main hoop by 1/1/07, except those cars issued a "gold seal"           Palm Beach, Gardens, FL
                                                                                                       17047 Beeline Hwy.
and/or "gold card" prior to 1/1/05, which must be compliant by 1/1/10.                                 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
                                                                                                       516-622-1400
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)
                                                                                                       MOSPORT INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Grand Touring                                                                                          Markam, Ontario, CANADA
                                                                                                       PO Box 36, Pontypool, Ontario LOA1KO,
Item 1. (GT1) Effective 11/1/06: Change the first paragraph of section 17.1.2.D.8.a.11.A to            CANADA
read as follows:                                                                                       705-277-1077, www.race2000.com
A front spoiler may be fitted. It may shall not protrude up to 2 inches beyond the overall outline     NELSON LEDGES ROAD COURSE
                                                                                                       Garrettsville, OH
of the car as viewed from above. , or It shall not protrude beyond the overall outline of the          10342 St. Rt. 305, Garrettsville, OH 44231
bodywork aft of the forward most part of the front fender opening (cutout), and shall not be           440-548-8551
mounted more than four (4) inches above the horizontal centerline of the front wheel hubs. Full
                                                                                                       NEW HAMPSHIRE INTERNATIONAL SPDY
width bottom shrouding of the front spoiler/nosebox area (front undertray) is permitted but            Loudon, NH
must be flat and can extend no farther rearward than the center of the engine harmonic                 Route 106, PO Box 7888, Loudon, NH 03301
balancer. Undertray may not be stepped or curved. Undertray may be angled in side view to              603-783-4744, fax 603-783-9691
produce a maximum height at the trailing edge of 3.25 inches above the ground.                         tix 603-783-4931
                                                                                                       PACIFIC RACEWAYS
(December 13 minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)                                            Kent, WA
                                                                                                       31001 144th SE, Kent, WA 98042
Item 2. (GTL) Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.2.F.4.c.12 to read as follows:                    253-639-3002, Pacificraceways.com

Wheels: Material is unrestricted, provided it is metal. GTL cars may use any wheel up to a             PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
                                                                                                       Phoenix, AZ
maximum size of 13"x7". Alternatively, any wheel up to 15"x7" may be used with a weight                PO Box 13088, Phoenix, AZ 85002
penalty equal to 4 percent of the car's weight as listed on the spec line. The minimum vehicle         602-252-3833, fax 602-254-4622
                                                                                                       RACEDAY 602-932-0777
                                                                                                                                                  8
                                                                                                                     August 2006 Fastrack news F -8
weight must be rounded to the nearest pound. The only authorized wheel size will be up to a
13 x 7 for all GT Lite vehicles, unless alternates are listed on vehicle specification line. All GT    MAJOR CIRCUIT CONTACTS
Lite cars listed with 15" diameter wheels, if prepared as tube frame car, shall use 13" diameter       (continued)
wheels.
                                                                                                       POCONO INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
All tube-frame cars, whether of factory tube-frame construction or purpose built, shall comply         Long Pond, PA
with the tubeframe wheel size requirements by 1/1/03.                                                  PO Box 500, Long Pond, PA 18344-0500
                                                                                                       717-646-2300
(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)
                                                                                                       PORTLAND INTERN’L RACEWAY
Item 3. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.2.D.8.a.10.B as follows:                                Portland, OR
                                                                                                       1940 Victory Blvd., Portland, OR 97219
The doors shall be pinned or otherwise positively fastened to prevent their opening in the event       503-823-5895, tape 503-823-7223
of an accident. Standard door hinges and latches may be removed, but the doors shall remain            fax 503-823-5896
capable of being opened or removed, unless the doors are integral to the remainder of the              PUEBLO MOTORSPORTS PARK
removable bodywork.                                                                                    Pueblo, CO
                                                                                                       524 Santa Fe, Pueblo, CO 81003
(March 7 Minutes, published April Fastrack)                                                            719-543-7747
                                                                                                       ROAD AMERICA
Item 4. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.2.F.4.b.7 as follows:                                   Elkhart Lake, WI
                                                                                                       N 7390 Highway 67, Elkhart Lake, WI 53020
Doors shall be pinned or otherwise positively fastened to prevent their opening in case of an          920-892-4576, fax 920-892-4550
accident. Standard door hinges and latch mechanisms may be removed, but the doors shall be             ROAD ATLANTA
capable of being opened or removed unless integrated into the removable bodywork. Interior             Gainesville, GA
door panels may be removed and the door window slots may be covered. Pins or straps may be             5300 Winder Highway, Braselton, GA 30517
added to hood and deck lid to supplement or replace the latches. Hood and deck lid hinges              770-967-6143, 770-967-2668,
                                                                                                       www.roadatlanta.com
may be removed.
                                                                                                       ROEBLING ROAD
(March 7 Minutes, published April Fastrack)                                                            Bloomingdale, GA
                                                                                                       1135 Roebling Road, Bloomingdale, GA 31302
Item 5. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.2.F.4.b.13 as follows:                                  912-748-4205, fax 912-748-8038
                                                                                                       www.roeblingroad.com
13. Only a flat plane rear spoiler, contiguous with the rear bodywork rearward of the rear
window, is allowed which complies with the following A spoiler may be fitted to the rear of the        SEBRING INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
                                                                                                       Sebring, FL
car. It shall be contiguous with the bodywork and shall comply with the following:                     113 Midway Drive, Sebring, FL 33870
                                                                                                       863-655-1442, fax 863-655-1777
A. Height (max): six (6) inches (GT-2&3) or five (5) inches (GT-Lite) measured from the                www.sebraingraceway.com
bodywork along the face of the spoiler from the point of attachment to the top of the spoiler. In
                                                                                                       SPRING MOUNTAIN M’SPORTS PARK
the case of a spoiler with a curved top edge conforming to the shape of the bodywork                   Parhump, NV
(rearview), the measurement is to be made perpendicular to the tangent of the body at the              3601 South Highway 160, Parhump, NV 89048
point of attachment. In the case of a spoiler mounted with a vertical mounting flange on the           SUMMIT POINT RACEWAY
rear face of the bodywork, the measurement shall be made ignoring any slight amount of                 Summit Point, WV
mounting flanges (see below) exposed due to the curvature of the rear bodywork at the point of         Route 13, PO Box 190, Summit Point, WV 25446
attachment.                                                                                            304-725-8444
                                                                                                       info@bsr-inc.com
B. Width and Overhang: If roof mounted, no wider than the roof at its mounting point when              www.summitpoint-raceway.com
viewed from above the car. Mounting to be no further rearward than the forward most part of            TEXAS WORLD SPEEDWAY
the rear window. If rear mounted, no wider than the body, excluding fender flairs, from the            College Station, TX
forward most part of the spoiler (or mounting flange) rearward. Shall not extend rearwards of          PO Box 10070, College Station, TX 77842
the rearmost extremity of the bodywork for the entire width of the car (when viewed vertically         409-690-2500, fax 409-690-0575
from above the car at any point, the spoiler shall not protrude beyond the bodywork).                  THUNDERHILL PARK
                                                                                                       Willows, CA
C. Mounting: Spoilers shall be mounted strong enough to be self-supporting and mounted to              PO Box 966, Willows, CA 95988
the rear hatch, deck, or trunk lid. A mounting flange no greater than one and one-half (1 1/2)         530-934-5588, track 530-934-4455
inches wide, contiguous with the bodywork, (either forward facing on the top surface of the            fax 530-934-7275
bodywork or downward facing on the rear surface of the bodywork) shall be employed. No other           VIRGINIA INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
                                                                                                       Alton, VA
forward facing sheet metal supports are allowed. Supplemental bracing may be added in the
                                                                                                       1245 Pine Tree Road, Alton, Virginia 24520
form of two (2) rods (maximum diameter one-quarter inch) mounted at least ten (10) inches              434- 822-7700, fax 434-822-8033
inboard from the end of the spoiler. Small rear supports may be added.                                 www.virclub.com, e-mail: info@virclub.com
D. Configuration: The spoiler shall be a single plane spoiler (a straight line in any vertical cross   WATERFORD HILLS
                                                                                                       Clarkson, MI
section) uniform in height from the rear bodywork with no more than 1/8" gaps/openings below
                                                                                                       4770 Waterford Road, Clarkston, MI 48016
the spoiler to facilitate imperfect mounting. The gaps/openings are to be included in the overall      248-623-0070, fax 248-623-0589
height of the spoiler. Only enough curvature (in a fore and aft direction as viewed from above)
                                                                                                       WATKINS GLEN INTERNATIONAL
shall be permitted to facilitate mounting. The use of fences, end rails, Gurney flaps, wickerbills,    Watkins Glen, NY
or other forward facing lips or aerodynamic devices is prohibited.                                     County Route 16, Watkins Glen, NY 14891
                                                                                                       607-535-2481, fax 607-535-7508
Note: O.E.M. rear spoilers are not permitted unless specifically listed on the vehicle
                                                                                                       WILLOW SPRINGS INT’L RACEWAY
specification form.                                                                                    Rosamond, CA
                                                                                                       75th and Rosamond Boulevard, Rosamond,
          3
(April 28-30 Minutes, published June Fastrack)                                                         CA 93560
                                                                                                       805-256-2471
Item 6. Effective 11/1/06: To simplify the wheel rules for the GT classes, the following change
is submitted. This change encompasses the previously recommended item from the February                For corrections or additions, contact Nancy
Fastrack addendum.                                                                                     McMaster Fritts at 303-443-1362, fax 303-
                                                                                                       442-9991 or nmcmaster@scca.com
Combine sections 17.1.2.F.4.c.10 and 12 into section 10 as follows:



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                                                                                                                     August 2006 Fastrack news F -9
Substitute wheels of any type may be used. provided their dimensions and the track they determine are within the limits specified in the GTCS for
that model. All four (4) wheels shall be of the same diameter except in GT2. GT2 cars may run any tire/wheel combination provided that the tire
does not exceed a maximum cross section width of 12.0" in the front and 13.75" in the rear. The maximum wheel size for GT3 cars is 15 x 7"
and for GTL cars is 13 x 7", unless alternates are listed on the vehicle specification line. Alternatively, any wheel up to 15 x 7" may be used in
GTL with a weight penalty equal to 4 percent of the car's weight as listed on the spec line. The minimum vehicle weight must be rounded to the
nearest pound.

Wheels: Material is unrestricted, provided it is metal. The only authorized wheel size will be up to a 13 x 7 for all GT-Lite vehicles, unless
alternates are listed on vehicle specification line. All GT-Lite cars listed with 15" diameter wheels, if prepared as tube-frame car, shall use 13"
diameter wheels.

All tube-frame cars, whether of factory tube-frame construction or purpose built, shall comply with the tube-frame wheel size requirements by
1/1/03.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)

Touring

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the T2 Honda S2000 to T3 with 100 lbs added to the 2.0L model and 140 lbs added to the 2.2L model.

(January 3 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 2. Effective 11/1/06: Reclassify the T1 Lotus Elise to T2 at 2,190 lbs.

(January 3 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 3. Effective 11/1/06, change section 17.1.8.D.9.d.1 as follows:

Sun visors, grab handles, and removable head rests may be removed.
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 4. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.8.D.5.b.2 as follows:

The make of shock absorber may be changed. Their number, perch location(s) dimensions (e.g. perch location, tube length), system of
attachment, and attachment points shall not be altered. Their type (tube vs. lever, etc.) shall not be altered. The interchange of gas and
hydraulic shock absorbers is permitted.
          3
(April 28-30 minutes, published June Fastrack)

Item 5. Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.8.D.5.b.2.c as follows:

The dimensional characteristics of the shock and placement of the spring shall remain as stock. The distance between the lower mounting bolt,
or other system of attachment, to the bottom of the spring as it sits on the perch shall be the same as stock.
          3
(April 28-30 minutes, published June Fastrack)

Spec Miata

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06: Add a new subsection i to section 17.1.9.C.1 as follows:

i. Cast iron cylinder liners (sleeves) may be installed to restore damaged or worn cylinder bores to the original dimension.
(March 7 Minutes, published April Fastrack)

Item 2. In order to clarify the intent of SM Item 1 of the January Fastrack, the CRB is replacing the recommendation with the following:

Effective 11/1/06: Add a second paragraph to 17.1.9.C.7.i as follows:

To improve driver exit through the window area, the driver vent window and vertical vent window support may be removed as a pair. If removed,
ducting may be in the passenger side vent window only.
(March 7 Minutes, published April Fastrack)

Improved Touring

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06, reclassify the ITB Plymouth Horizon 1.7 (1978-79) to ITC at 2,050 lbs.

(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 2. Effective 11/1/06, reclassify the ITB Plymouth Horizon TC3 1.7 (1979-80) to ITC at 2,110 lbs.

(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 3. Effective 11/1/06, reclassify the ITS Mazda MX-3 V-6 to ITA at 2,510 lbs

(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 4. Effective 11/1/06, reclassify the ITS Toyota Celica GT Coupe & Liftback (1989-93) to ITA at 2,590 lbs.

(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)

Item 5. Effective 11/1/06: Effective 11/1/06: Add new section k to 17.1.4.D.10 to read as follows:

   k. If so equipped, the rolling door lock mechanism may be deactivated by unplugging the components.
            6
(February 5-6 Minutes, published March Fastrack)
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                                                                                                                     August 2006 Fastrack news F -1 0
Item 6. Effective 1/1/07: change section 17.1.4.D.9.l to read as follows:

Ballast may be used. All ballast shall be located in the front passenger footwell/seating area, aft of the firewall and any footwell angle, and
forward of the aft-edge of the forward-most passenger-door opening, unless otherwise specified on the vehicles IT specification line OEM front
passenger seat location.

1. It shall be in segments no heavier than fifty (50) pounds, and shall be capable of being removed to be weighed apart from the car.

2. Each segment shall be fastened with a minimum of two (2) one-half (1/2) inch bolts and positive lock nuts of

SAE Grade 5 or better, and shall utilize large-diameter, load-distributing washers.

3. Holes may be drilled in the front passenger footwell/seating area floor pan for purposes of mounting the ballast (only), and said floor pan may
be reinforced as required for the same purpose.
(March 7 minutes, published April Fastrack)

Item 7. Improved Touring has thrived as a regional class since its inception, and is the "point of entry" for most new SCCA Club racers. It draws
large fields in most Regions, and new cars are being built each year. While IT is healthy now, it is aging. A class above ITS is needed to fill the
pipeline for the future. An increasing number of requests have been denied from members asking for higher horsepower cars to be classified. A
quick look at old SSA cars, T2 cars and T3 cars shows a plentiful supply of cars in race trim searching for a home.

Effective 1/1/07, the CRB recommends adding a new class and associated rule changes to the ITCS as follows;

Add ITR to the list of IT classes listed in section 17.1.4.

Add to section 17.1.4.D.7.a.1 as follows: Cars classified in ITR may utilize any wheel diameter up to 17" or retain their stock diameter wheels if
larger.

Add to section 17.1.4.D.7.a.6 as follows: ITR cars may use 8.5" wheels.

The correct classification table can be found in this set of Minutes.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack, amended July 11 Minutes, August Fastrack)

American Sedan

Item 1. Effective 11/1/06, the AS advisory committee and CRB recommend the following addition to section 17.1.7.D.1.g.5:

Rocker arms may be replaced with any individual rocker arm. Shaft mounted rocker arms are prohibited unless fitted as standard. Valve train
stud girdles are allowed.
(November 8 Minutes, published January Fastrack)

Item 2. Effective 11/1/06: Replace section 17.1.7.D.5.i as follows:

The following front brake calipers are allowed: Wiwood: Forged Billet Superlite series or Dynalite series, Coleman: Series III, Sierra: PRO-lite
series, Brakeman: Tornado, Outlaw: 2800 series or 3000 series, Brembo: Sportline Series, PBR 38mm 2 piston. The following rear calipers are
allowed: PBR 40mm or 50m single piston.

Front calipers: Any aluminum bodied caliper using 4 or fewer pistons using one (1) brake line per caliper as listed on the specification line for
that vehicle is allowed.

1. Front spindles may be modified to facilitate mounting of alternate brake calipers. Spindle modifications shall serve no other purpose.

2. Alternate calipers shall be mounted in the factory location.
Rear calipers: 40mm or 50mm PBR single piston calipers are allowed.
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Sports Racer

Item 1: (S2000) Effective 11/1/06, add the following to section 17.1.5.B.7 Brakes:

Brake calipers and rotors must be ferrous. Brake system otherwise unrestricted.
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(December 2-4 Minutes, published February Fastrack)

Item 2: (S2000) Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.5.B.5.t as follows:

Cooling system unrestricted. A liquid cooling system is mandatory, but radiator and water pump are unrestricted. The radiator, if housed in or
incorporating a cowl air-scoop deflector, shall comply with body regulations.
(April 4 minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 3: (S2000) Effective 11/1/06: Change the third paragraph of section 17.1.5.B.5.f as follows:

Piston rings are unrestricted provided that:

1. One oil control and two compression rings are used.

2. No modification is made to the piston for the installation of rings.




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All three (3) piston rings shall be fitted, compression rings and scaper (second) shall be one piece, single homogeneous material type with
conventional plain gaps. Chromium plating of the top ring is optional; oil control rings shall be either single piece twin land type or apex three
piece (two rails and an expander).

(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)
Item 4: (CSR) Effective 11/1/06: Add the following to the engine table following section 17.1.5.A.2.a.13:

   Engine          Max.           Head            Max        Carburetion           Weight                   Notes
   Type or         Displ          Type           Valves        or Fuel           (w/driver)
   Specific        (cc)                           per         Injection           carbed/
   Engine                                         Cyl.                              fuel
                                                                                  injected
 Y        4          See      Unrestricted          4           See SIR             1300/        Must use SIR as
      cylinder       SIR                                         table              1325         specified in GTCS
      4- cycle      table                                                                        17.1.2.F.4.i.10.a -d.
                                                                                                 Only stock crankshaft,
                                                                                                 connecting rods and
                                                                                                 pistons are allowed;
                                                                                                 balancing is allowed,
                                                                                                 but one rod/piston
                                                                                                 assembly must be
                                                                                                 untouched; no other
                                                                                                 modifications to these
                                                                                                 components is
                                                                                                 allowed.
                                               (April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 5: (CSR) Effective 11/1/06: Add the following SIR table after the engine table following section 17.1.5.A.2.a.13:
For a given maximum compression ratio and displacement, the maximum allowed SIR size, in millimeters, is shown in the following table.
                                                     SIR table (dimensions in mm)

                                                                     Displacement
   Maximum
  Compression
     Ratio                    1600-1799cc                1800-1999cc                2000-2199cc                2200-2500cc
           9.0                      32.50                       32.25                      32.00                     31.75
           9.5                      32.25                       32.00                      31.75                     31.50
          10.0                      32.00                       31.75                      31.50                     31.25
          10.5                      31.75                       31.50                      31.25                     31.00
          11.0                      31.50                       31.25                      31.00                     30.75
          12.0                      31.25                       31.00                      30.75                     30.50
          13.0                      31.00                       30.75                      30.50                     30.25
          14.0                      30.75                       30.50                      30.25                     30.00
                                                    (April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 6: (CSR) Effective 11/1/06: Add a new section 14 to 17.1.5.A.2.a. as follows:

14. Subject to the restrictions in line Y below and the single inlet restrictor (SIR) table below, 4-cyliner, 4-cycle, production-based automotive
engines are allowed. No additional individual engine homologations of 4-cylinder, 4-cycle engines over 1600cc will be made after this date.

To establish the originality of the crankshaft, connecting rods, and pistons, each driver/entrant shall have a factory shop manual for the specific
make, model, and year of the automobile for which the engine was produced. This manual shall be presented when so requested by any
technical inspector. If the factory shop manual is no longer available from the vehicle manufacturer, an aftermarket shop manual will be
accepted with proof of non-availability from the vehicle manufacturer. Parts listed by the manufacturer in factory service manuals or parts
guides for a particular engine that supersede or replace original parts are permitted. The proof of legality shall rest upon the protestor and/or
protestee.
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 7. (S2000) Effective 11/1/06, add a new paragraph to section 17.1.5.B.5 to read as follows:

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ff. The use of the Fast Forward aluminum cylinder head is permitted.

Add a sentence to section 17.1.5.B.15 to read as follows:

Pinto w/ aluminum cylinder head 1335 lbs.
(June 6 Minutes, published July FasTrack)

Item 8. (SRF) Due to a shortage Goodyear rain tires the CRB is recommending the allowance of the Yokohama A008 and A021. Effective upon
approval of the BoD, add to section 17.1.5.C, Chassis Specifications, section F. to read as follows: Tires: Dry: Goodyear Eagle "Spec Racer Ford";
size 22" x 7" x 13", Model D2525. Wet: Goodyear Eagle "Spec Racer Ford"; size 22" x 7" x 13", Model D2524, or Yokohama A008 Spec Racer or
A021; size: front: 185/60R13, Rear: 205/60R13.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)

Formula

Item 1: (FV) Effective 11/1/06: Add the following sentence to the end of section 17.1.6.C.4.a:

Rear backing plates may be from any Type 1 model year.

(December 13 Minutes, published February Fastrack Addendum)
Item 2: (FV) Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.6.C.5.31 as follows:

Crankshaft pulley is unrestricted and may be fitted with an oil seal. The engine case may be machined to facilitate the installation of an oil seal.
(March 7 Minutes, published April Fastrack)

Item 3: (F500) Effective 11/1/06: Add the following to section 17.1.6.E.15.g:

Rotax 494 and 493 engines: Any Rotax 494 or 493 respectively model thermostat housing or water outlet may be used. The water bypass may
be blocked.
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 4: (FC) Effective 11/1/06: Change section 17.1.6.B.4.d.20 as follows:

Cooling system unrestricted. A liquid cooling system is mandatory, but radiator and water pump are unrestricted. The radiator, if housed in or
incorporating a cowl air-scoop deflector, shall comply with body regulations.
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 5. (FC) Effective 11/1/06: Change the third paragraph of section 17.1.6.B.4.d.6 as follows:

Piston rings are unrestricted provided that:

1. One oil control and two compression rings are used.

2. No modification is made to the piston for the installation of rings.

All three (3) piston rings shall be fitted, compression rings and scaper (second) shall be one piece, single homogeneous material type with
conventional plain gaps. Chromium plating of the top ring is optional; oil control rings shall be either single piece twin land type or apex three
piece (two rails and an expander).
(April 4 Minutes, published May Fastrack)

Item 6. (F500) Effective 11/1/06, change section 17.1.6.E.3.c to read as follows: Blocks, bushings, and/or mounts of rubber or similar material
shall be used to isolate engine and drive assemblies, and/or axles from vibration, shock, or track irregularities. The number of mounts shall not
exceed one (1) per wheel and shall not exceed three (3) inch in thickness one (1) inch in thickness in uncompressed state nor shall they be
stacked. The diameter of the mounts shall not exceed two (2) inches two (2) times their thickness. The mounts shall carry the weight of the car.
Installation will be evaluated on compliance with both the letter and the intent of this provision.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack, amended July 11 minutes, August Fastrack)

Item 7. (FC) Effective 11/1/06, add a paragraph to section 17.1.6.B.4.d to read as follows:

   32. The use of the Fast Forward aluminum cylinder head is permitted.

Add a sentence to section 17.1.6.B.4.m to read as follows:

Pinto w/ aluminum cylinder head 1215 lbs.
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)

Item 8. (F1000) This is a proposal to create Formula 1000, a class that essentially combines the Formula Continental chassis (or similar ones)
with a restricted 1000cc motorcycle engine. The proposal would create a class that initially would be Regional-only; if its popularity resulted in
the required regional participation numbers, it would then become a National class. This proposal was developed jointly by a group of National
and Regional FC drivers, and motorcycle-powered formula car owners and builders. Effective 11/1/06, add a new section H.1 to 17.1.6. to read
as follows:
H.1. FORMULA 1000 PREPARATION RULES

Formula 1000 is a restricted class. Therefore, all allowable modifications, changes, or additions are as stated herein. There are no exceptions. IF
IN DOUBT, DON'T. Homologation is required for all cars.

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A. Definition

A formula for purpose built, open-wheel, open cockpit racing cars, which meet the general regulations of Section 17 of the GCR for Formula
Category cars. F1000 allows converted Formula Continental, Formula 2000, Formula Ford, and purpose-built motorcycle-powered tube frame
chassis.
B. Safety

F1000 cars must comply with GCR Sections 17, 18, 19, and 20.
C. Chassis

The chassis shall be of tubular steel construction only. Composite construction (defined as carbon fiber, Kevlar, or fiberglass) in a structural
application is prohibited. Stress bearing panels are permitted. Stress bearing panels are defined as sheet metal affixed to the frame by welding,
bonding, rivets, bolts, or screws which have centers closer than 6 inches.

No engine oil or water tubes are permitted within the cockpit.

It is not permitted to construct any suspension member in the form of an airfoil or to incorporate a spoiler in the construction of any suspension
member.
D. Bodywork and Airfoils

See table of dimensions. (Airfoils are a requirement for this class.) Forward-facing roll bar/roll cage bracing and required padding will not be
considered in the cockpit dimensions shown in the table.

The entrant shall designate a flat rectangular reference area with minimum dimensions of 12 inches by 12 inches. This reference area is located
on the lower surface of the chassis (the surface licked by the air stream) between the rear of the front tire and the front of the rear tire. The
center of the reference area must be no more than three (3) inches from the longitudinal centerline of the vehicle.

For the full width of the body, between the rear of the front tire and the front of the rear tire, no point on the lower surface of the chassis (the
surface licked by the air stream) shall be more than 2.54cm (1 inch) above the plane determined by the reference area designated by the
entrant and on a line perpendicular to that reference plane. No point on the lower surface of the chassis may be below the plane determined by
the reference surface on a line perpendicular to that plane. Compliance with these requirements shall be accomplished by placing a straight
edge on the reference surface designated by the entrant and verifying that the requirements are met. No venturi tunnels are permitted between
the rear of the front tire and the front of the rear tire.

No part of the body or suspended part of the car shall extend more than 1 cm below the plane determined by the reference surface. A maximum
of four (4) one (1) inch by four (4) inch rub blocks are allowed anywhere on the lower surface of the chassis.

Diffusers are permitted ahead of the rear of the front tires, and behind the front of the rear tires.

Movable aerodynamic devices, including aerodynamic skirts, are prohibited.
E. Engines
    1. Motorcycle-based 4 cycle up to 1005cc.

     2. Bore, stroke, compression ratio and maximum camshaft lift must remain stock. The competitor must possess an original factory manual
for the engine to allow compliance verification.

   3. Turbochargers and superchargers are prohibited.

   4. Carburetion and fuel injection are unrestricted.

   5. Exhaust system and manifold are unrestricted, within SCCA safety regulations.

   6. Lubrication system is unrestricted; a dry sump system is permitted.

   7. Oil coolers are unrestricted.

   8. Radiator and water pump are unrestricted. The radiator, if housed in or incorporating a cowl air-scoop deflector, shall comply with body
regulations.
F. Single Inlet Restrictors

    a. The intent of this rule is to have a sealed system from the Restrictor to the Intake Ports of the Cylinder Head. All of the air entering the
Intake Ports shall pass through the specified Restrictor. Modification or addition to any part of the Intake System that allows the introduction of
air into the Intake Ports that has not passed through the specified Restrictor is prohibited.

    b. The Engine Air Intake System must be fitted with an aluminum air restrictor. The Intake System is defined as an assembly of parts,
including but not restricted to: the Restrictor, Restrictor Housing, Ducting, Filters, Air Box, Velocity Stacks, Throttle Body, Carburetors, Manifold
and Manifold Gasket up to the Intake Ports on the Cylinder Head.

  c. The Restrictor must be round in shape. The maximum ID of the Restrictor shall be 23.0 mm. The Restrictor's maximum ID must be
maintained for a minimum length of 3mm. Restrictor mounting/placement within the intake system is free, but must allow accessibility for
measurement. It is acceptable to have some minor disassembly of the intake system to provide access to the Restrictor for measurement.
Measurement device and restrictor shall be similar temperatures when used.

    d. Sealing the Restrictor from its supply of air must cause the engine to stop within 4 seconds. This check is to be made at an engine speed
of approximately 1500 rpm. The sealed air box must withstand this test. Pressure sensors inside the intake system must be disconnected during
this check.


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G. Fuel system

Fuel system is unrestricted within the following limitations:

     1. Fuel per GCR Section 17.4

     2. Fuel Cell Vents: Fuel tank air vents shall be located at least 10 inches to the rear of the cockpit.

     3. Fuel Filler Neck: Fuel filler necks, caps, or lids shall not protrude beyond the bodywork of the car.

     4. Fuel cell shall comply with Section 19.

     5. Fuel capacity: maximum 10.83 gallons.
H. Electrical System

Electrical system is unrestricted within the following limitations:

   1. Self-Starter: Cars shall be equipped with on-board self-starter and on-board power supply controlled by the driver while in a normal driving
position.

     2. Lights: Tail light per GCR Section 17.19
I.   Transmission/Final Drive

     1. Rear wheel drive only is permitted.

     2. Final drive ratio is unrestricted.

     3. Cars may use sequentially shifted motorcycle transmissions, without a reverse gear.

   4. Electronic-assisted gear change mechanisms are permitted. Shift mechanisms operated through direct-acting electric solenoids or air
shifters operated by electric solenoid are permitted.
J. Suspension

   1. All parts shall be of steel or ferrous material, with the exception of hubs, hub adaptors, hub carriers, bell cranks, pivot blocks, bearings
and bushes, spring caps, abutment nuts, anti-roll bar links, shock absorber caps, and nuts. Titanium is prohibited.

     2. Springs: steel only.

     3. Shock absorbers: Steel or aluminum alloy body.
K. Brakes: Unrestricted, except:

     1. All pistons in a given caliper must be of the same size.

     2. Brake rotors are restricted to ferrous material.
L. Steering: Unrestricted.

M. Wheels and Tires:

Thirteen (13) inch diameter wheels with a maximum rim width of ten (10) inches are the only wheel sizes permitted. Material is unrestricted
providing it is metal.
N. Minimum weight

Minimum weight of chain-driven vehicles is 1000 lbs. with driver. Add 25 lbs. for fuel injected engines
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F-1000 Specifications

     1. Safety roll-over bar.

     2. Substantial support structure

     3. Crushable structure

     4. Substantial structure

     5. Front track

     6. Rear track

     7. Wheelbase

Maximum height is measured with the driver aboard.

Maximum height excludes safety rollover bar on which there is no maximum height.

FIA substantial support structure 2 and 4 apply only to certain International Formulas




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       Dimensions (Refer to drawing)                                   Measurements
A      Maximum rear overhang from rear wheel axis                      80
B      Maximum front overhang from front wheel axis                    100
C      Maximum height measured from the ground                         90
D      Exhaust height measured from the ground                         30-60
E      Maximum heigh t of any aerodynamics device                      Rim Height
F      Minimum safety rollover bar height inline with driver’s spine   92
G      Minimum allowed helmet clearance                                5
H      Maximum width                                                   185
I      Maximum rear aerofoil width (including endplates)               95
J      Maximum body width behind fron t wheels                         150
J2     Minimum side pod height                                         20
K      Maximum nose width                                              135
L      Minimum cockpit opening                                         45
M      Minimum cockpit parallel opening length                         30
N      Minimum cockpit overall opening length                          60
S      Maximum exhaust length from rear wheel axis                     80
7      Minimum whee lbase                                              200
5      Minimum track                                                   120

All above dimensions in cm
(June 6 Minutes, published July Fastrack)

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BoD

None
MEMBER ADVISORIES

Touring

T1 - The CRB is planning performance adjustments on the Viper SRT-10, and is currently determining the appropriate adjustments.
Spec Miata

The CRB is developing shock specifications and will publish them as soon as they are available.




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Formula

FF - The CRB welcomes comments from the FF community about moving the class to a more inclusive environment of small displacement
alternate engines (including 600 cc motorcycle and 1600 cc automotive engines) for inexpensive, entry level, wingless, open wheel competition,
with mixed chassis and power plants.
NEW CAR CLASSIFICATIONS

EP - Ford Probe (93-97) as limited prep

T1 - Porsche Caymen S, effective 1/1/07
REFERRED or TABLED

Touring/Showroom Stock

1. T3 - Allow a brake duct kit for the BMW Z4 (Tippens). We will consider the part after it has been submitted per TCS section 17.1.8.C.7. These
kits are for T3 only.

2. T3 - Allow alternate front and rear springs (delGenio). We will consider the part after it has been submitted per TCS section 17.1.8.C.7.

3. T3 - Allow an alternate radiator for the Mazda RX-8 (Burkett). We will consider the part after it has been submitted per TCS section 17.1.8.C.7.
NOT RECOMMENDED

Production

HP - Classify the 1989-92 Ford Probe in HP (Bertran). The car exceeds the performance parameters of HP.
Touring/Showroom Stock

1. T1 - Allow the removal of the passenger side seat and seat belt in the C5 Corvette (Ingle). Interior modifications are outside the Touring
philosophy.

2. T1 - Allow the removal of the parking brake calipers on the C5 Corvette (Ingle). There is no proven need.

3. T1 - Reduce the weight of the C5 Corvette by 40 lbs (Ingle). The specifications are appropriate as listed. The CRB is planning performance
adjustments on the Viper SRT-10, and is currently determining the appropriate adjustments.

4. T2 - Restrict the Subaru Sti and the Mitsubishi Evo (Meindl). The specifications are appropriate as listed.

5. T2 - Disallow the suspension kit for the BMW M3 (Meindl). The specifications are appropriate as listed.

6. T2 - Allow the 350Z up to -2.08 degrees of camber (Winkelman). The rules are adequate as written and 2 degrees is the maximum allowable
camber.

7.T2 - Allow an alternate rear axle gear ratio for the Mustang GT (Goffi). This is outside the class philosophy.

8. T2 - Allow an alternate sway bar for the Mitsubishi Evo (Ziegler). The car is competitive as specified.

9. T3 - Slow the Mazda RX-8 (Waters). The specifications are appropriate as listed.

10. T3 - Allow alternate sway bars for the BMW Z4 (Tippens). The car appears competitive as specified. We will continue to monitor the car's
performance.

11. T3 - Allow the John Cooper Works Sport Suspension for the Mini Cooper (Waters). The car is competitive as specified.

12. T3 - Allow alternate rotors and calipers for the Mazda 6s (delGenio). Alternate brake components are not allowed in Touring classes.

13. T3 - Allow removal of interiors in Touring (delGenio). Interior modifications are outside the Touring philosophy.

14. SSC - Return the Cobalt to its original 3,000 lb weight (Buttermore). The specifications are appropriate.
Spec Miata

Allow the hardtop to be mounted to the cage (Sweeney/Drago). Roll cage rules specify the number of attachment points.
Previously Addressed

Addressed in Technical Bulletin 06-06 or the June 2006 Fastrack:

T/SS - Opposition to combining Touring and Showroom Stock (various - 3 letters).

Addressed in Technical Bulletin 06-05 or the May 2006 Fastrack:

T2 - Remove 50 or 100 lbs from the F-body; allow 17x9 wheels; and add 100 lbs to the Pontiac GTO (Aubuchon).
No Action Required

Production

P - Opposition to changes in roll cages (David). Thank you for your input.
Touring/Showroom Stock

1. T1 - Reduce the weight of the C5 and C6 by 100 lbs (Aquilante). Please see this set of minutes and technical bulletin.

2. T2 - Support for the S2000 to T3 (Costello). Thank you for your input.
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3. T/SS - I am offended by the CRB and their response to my last letter (CieChanski). Thank you for your input. We receive a lot of input from the
membership on how to write rules; we strive to make decisions in the membership's best interests.

4. SSB - Do not require window net installation method (Olson). Thank you for your input. A dual release configuration is permitted.

5. SSB - Continue to allow the Club Sport suspension package for the Solstice (Buttermore). Thank you for your input.
Spec Miata

1. Make SM more "spec" (Holland/MacLean). Thank you for your input.

2. Support for sealed stock shocks (various - 5 letters). Thank you for your input.

3. Alternate shock solutions (various - 4 letters). Thank you for your input.
Resumes

None

CLUB RACING TECHNICAL BULLETIN
DATE: July 11, 2006
NUMBER: TB 06-08
FROM: Club Racing Board
TO: Competitors, Stewards, and Scrutineers
SUBJECT: Errors, and Omissions, Competition Adjustments, Clarifications, and Classifications.

All changes are effective 8/1/06 unless otherwise noted.
Production

EP

1. Classify Ford Probe in EP as limited prep.

Add new spec line to PCS p. 30-31, Ford Probe (93-97), Engine Type: 4 Cyl DOHC, Bore x Stroke(mm): 83.0 x 92.0, Displ.(cc): 1991, Block Mat'l:
Iron, Head/PN & Mat'l: Alum, Valves IN & EX(mm): (I)31.5 (E)27.6, Carb. No. & Type: Original-type fuel injection w/ stock unmodified F.I. throttle
body, Wheelbase(mm): 2614, Track (F/R)(mm): 64.1/64.1, Wheels(max): 15x7, Trans Speeds: 5, Brakes Std.(mm): (F)258 Vented Disc (R)228
Drum, Weight(lbs): 2000 *2050 **2100, Notes: Compression ratio limited to 12.0:1 Valve lift limited to .500". Restricted Suspension. Limited
Prep cyl head. Stock intake manifold only - may be port matched on port mating surface to a depth of no more than 1.00". Balance tube(s) may
be partially or fully blocked. Manifold may not be otherwise altered. Valve lift measured at the valve with zero lash or clearance. Stock rocker
arms, cam followers, and rocker/follower ratios must be retained. Roller rockers and roller followers are prohibited. Stock connecting rods req'd,
but may be lightened and balanced, a bushing may be added to the small end however the original center to center dimension shall remain
unchanged. Rod bolts may be replaced. Stock crankshaft required, but may be lightened and balanced, with a maximum undersize of .045".
Billet cranks prohibited. Dry sump is prohibited. Competitor must be in possession of factory workshop manual at all competitions. Limited Prep
Transmission.
GT

GT2

1. Panoz Esperante GTS, p. 46, add to the specs as follows: Carburetion: ProForm 67100C throttle body - Panoz part #GTS6-3349 allowed,
change the specs to read as follows: Cars must be prepared to Panoz Esperante GTS Specifications. Competitors shall have a current copy of
the GTS rules in their possession. Max. comp. ratio 10.5:1. Wheels: (F)18 x 10 (R)18 x 11. Track: (F)64.0 (R)67.8. Fresh Air intake air cleaner
housing Panoz # GTS9-3348 allowed.
GT3

1. Mazda MX-5 / Miata (-05), p. 55, add to the specs as follows: Displ.(cc): 2616, 2703. Change the specs as follows: Engine Type: 4 Cyl DOHC,
12A, Renesis, 13B, Notes: Windshield and hardtop required. Rotary engine setback from the front spindle centerline to the front spark plug is
4.5". 12A: no peripheral port, Bridgeport allowed w/ 38mm choke(s). Renesis and 13B: Bridgeport and peripheral port allowed.

2. Mazda MX-5 (2006), p. 55, add to the specs as follows: Displ.(cc): 2616, 2703. Change the specs as follows: Engine Type: 4 Cyl DOHC, 12A,
Renesis, 13B, Notes: Windshield and hardtop required. Rotary engine setback from the front spindle centerline to the front spark plug is 4.5".
12A: no peripheral port, Bridgeport allowed w/ 38mm choke(s). Renesis and 13B: Bridgeport and peripheral port allowed.

3. Mazda RX-2, p. 56, add to the specs as follows: Displ.(cc): 2616, 2703. Change the specs as follows: Engine Type: 12A, Renesis, 13B, Notes:
12A: no peripheral port, Bridgeport allowed w/ 38mm choke(s). Renesis and 13B: Bridgeport and peripheral port allowed.

4. Mazda RX-3, p. 56, add to the specs as follows: Displ.(cc): 2616, 2703. Change the specs as follows: Engine Type: 12A, Renesis, 13B, Notes:
12A: no peripheral port, Bridgeport allowed w/ 38mm choke(s). Renesis and 13B: Bridgeport and peripheral port allowed.

5. Mazda RX-7, p. 56, add to the specs as follows: Displ.(cc): 2616, 2703. Change the specs as follows: Engine Type: 12A, Renesis, 13B,
Notes:12A: no peripheral port, Bridgeport allowed w/ 38mm choke(s). Non-tube frame track = (F) 63.2, (R) 62.8. Renesis and 13B: Bridgeport
and peripheral port allowed.

6. Mazda RX-8, p. 56, add to the specs as follows: Displ.(cc): 2616, 2703. Change the specs as follows: Engine Type: 12A, Renesis, 13B, Notes:
12A: no peripheral port, Bridgeport allowed w/ 38mm choke(s). Renesis and 13B: Bridgeport and peripheral port allowed.




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GTL

1. Engines Porsche, classified in TB 06-06, add to the 1795cc engine specs as follows: Notes: Material may be added as required only to
relocate spark plug hole as per 2.0L head. Alum crossflow head from 2.0L may be utilized.

2. Engines Porsche, classified in TB 06-06, add to the 1679cc engine specs as follows: Notes: Material may be added as required only to
relocate spark plug hole as per 2.0L head. Alum crossflow head from 2.0L may be utilized.
Touring

1. Clarify Section 17.1.8.D.7.a.1.a by changing to read as follows: Any wheel not exceeding the specified diameter and rim width on the vehicle's
specification line may be used.
T1

1. Chevrolet Corvette C6 Coupe (05-06), p. 13, change the specs to read as follows: Weight(lbs): 3330.

2. Effective 1/1/07 classify Porsche Caymen S in T1.

Add new spec line to TCS p. 17, Porsche Caymen S (2006), Bore x Stroke(mm)/Displ.(cc): 96.0 x 78.0 / 3387, Comp. Ratio: 11.1,
Wheelbase(mm): 2416, Wheel Size(in): (F)18x8 (R)18x9, Tire Size: (F)235/40 (R)265/40, Gear Ratios: 3.31, 1.95, 1.41, 1.13, 0.97, 0.82, Final
Drive: 3.88, Brakes(mm): (F)318 Vented and Cross-drilled (R)299 Vented and Cross-drilled, Weight(lbs): 3160.
T2

1. Cadillac CTS-V (04-05), p. 20, add to the specs as follows: Notes: The following EVAP codes are allowed if a fuel cell is installed: PO449,
PO452, PO463, P2008.

2. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Evo 8/RS/GSR/MR (03-06), p. 22, correct the model listing by adding the Evo 9 model.

3. Nissan 350Z Track/Touring/Standard (03-06), p. 23, add to the specs as follows: Notes: The following EVAP codes are allowed if a fuel cell is
installed: PO452, PO455.
T3

1. Chevrolet Cobalt SS (05-06), p. 26, add to the specs as follows: Notes: Fuel injectors offered with alt. pulley not allowed, stock injectors must
be utilized.

2. Ford Mustang GT (01-04), p. 26, add to the specs as follows: Notes: Updating and backdating with 2001 Bullitt Mustang allowed.

3. Saturn Ion Redline (04-06), p. 27, add to the specs as follows: Notes: Fuel injectors offered with alt. pulley not allowed, stock injectors must
be utilized.
Showroom Stock

SSB

1. BMW Z4 (03-05), p. 9, Change the first sentence of the Notes to read as follows: Throttle restrictor between throttle body and plenum is
mandatory: .06" flat steel plate with one (1) 51.0mm hole.

2. Mazda MX-5 (2006), p. 11, change the specs to read as follows: Weight(lbs): 2630.
SSC

1. Mini Cooper S (02-04), p. 18, change the specs to read as follows: Weight(lbs): 3050.

2. Mini Cooper S (05-06), p. 18, change the specs to read as follows: Weight(lbs): 3050.
Formula

FC

1. Section 17.1.6.B.4.e.10, p. 28, the required SCCA Club map has been changed for the Zetec powered FC cars. This updated map, available
from the SCCA website: http://www.scca.com/Club/Index.asp?reference=techforms, is required effective 8/1/06.

2. Section 17.1.6.B.4. F-2000 SPECIFICATION, p. 32, correct item D. Exhaust height measured from the ground as follows: 20-60cm.
FF

1. Section 17.1.6.D.2.j, p. 49, due to the limited supply of the Ford connecting rods, change the section to read as follows: Any ferrous
connecting rod may be used provided it meets a minimum weight of 630 grams and has a center to center length of 4.925 +/- 0.020 inches.
(Note: Weights include cap, bolts, and small end bush, but not big end bearing shells).
F500

1. Section 17.1.6.E.15.b, p.63, to bring F500 sound limits into compliance with the GCR, change the first sentence to read as follows: Any
exhaust pipe(s) may be used (unless otherwise specified), provided they meet a sound limit of 92db on the "A" scale measured fifty (50) feet
behind the vehicle, with engine running at a steady 4,000 RPM, without load.




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CLUB RACING MEMORANDUM
To: Competitors, Stewards, and Scrutineers
From: Jeremy Thoennes
Re: Immediate Rule Changes TB 06-07a
Date: June 28, 2006

The Club Racing Board approved the following change via email on June 27, 2006.
Sports Racer

SRF

1. Effective immediately, Section 17.1.5.C Spec Racer Ford Specifications - Chassis, correct the sections to read as follows:

      b. Front Springs: 262-279 lbs./inch, Enterprises P/N 280387 or previous Enterprises supplied part (ex. RO28037).

      c. Rear Springs: 412-429 lbs./inch, Enterprises P/N 280390 or previous Enterprises supplied part (ex. RO280388 or RO280389).

CLUB RACING TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM
Fastrack Items For Time Trials Rules (TTR)
Revised per TTAC Conference Call 6/14/2006

FROM:

2.1.     SCCA (Sports Car Club of America, Inc.)

A non profit organization, incorporated within the state of Connecticut, dedicated to the ownership, operation, and preservation of sports cars,
and the arrangement and regulation of sports car events and exhibitions, the encouragement of safe and sportsmanlike conduct on public
highways, and the development of technical information relevant to any of these purposes. The SCCA is delegated the authority to sanction FIA
listed events by ACCUS FIA. The address of SCCA is:
                                                                     SCCA, Inc.
                                                                    Club Racing
                                                               Building 300, B Street
                                                               Topeka, Kansas 66619

SCCA is sometimes referred to in the TTR as "National Office" or as the "Club Office."

TO:

2.1.     SCCA (Sports Car Club of America, Inc.)

A not for profit organization, incorporated within the state of Connecticut, dedicated to the ownership, operation, and preservation of sports cars,
and the arrangement and regulation of sports car events and exhibitions, the encouragement of safe and sportsmanlike conduct on public
highways, and the development of technical information relevant to any of these purposes. The SCCA is delegated the authority to sanction FIA
listed events by ACCUS FIA. The address of SCCA is:


                                                                     SCCA, Inc.
                                                                    Club Racing
                                                               Building 300, B Street
                                                              Topeka, Kansas 66619

SCCA is sometimes referred to in the TTR as "National Office" or as the "Club Office."

FROM:

3.1.3.       Student Requirements and Responsibilities

             2. Dress appropriately. Minimum apparel shall be long pants, long sleeved shirts, and shoes which fully cover the foot at least to
the ankle. Additionally, helmets which meet Snell M-95 requirements or better are required. These helmets may be open or full face style. If full
face helmets are used, it is recommended that airbags be disabled for the duration of the event. In the case of race-prepared (non street legal)
cars, it is recommended that students be fully covered by at least one layer of an accepted fire resistant material (listed in TTR Section 17.23).

TO:

3.1.3.       Student Requirements and Responsibilities

            2.      Dress appropriately as defined in Section 17.23 Required Driver Safety Equipment. Helmets may be open or full face style. If
full face helmets are used, it is recommended that airbags be disabled for the duration of the event. In the case of race-prepared (non street
legal) cars, it is recommended that students be fully covered by at least one layer of an accepted fire resistant material (listed in TTR Section
17.23).
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FROM:

3.2.3.    Driver Requirements and Responsibilities

             3. Dress appropriately. Minimum apparel shall be long pants, long sleeved shirts, and shoes which fully cover the foot at least to
the ankle. Additionally, helmets which meet Snell M-95 requirements or better are required. These helmets may be open or full face style. If full
face helmets are used, it is recommended that airbags be disabled for the duration of the event. In the case of race-prepared (non street legal)
cars, it is recommended that students be fully covered by at least one layer of an accepted fire resistant material (listed in GCR Section 17.23).

TO:

3.2.3.    Driver Requirements and Responsibilities

             3. Dress appropriately as defined in Section 17.23 Required Driver Safety Equipment. Helmets may be open or full face style. If full
face helmets are used, it is recommended that airbags be disabled for the duration of the event. In the case of race-prepared (non street legal)
cars, it is recommended that students be fully covered by at least one layer of an accepted fire resistant material (listed in GCR Section 17.23).

Appendix 1

FROM:

3.15.3.   Corner Stations

           D.   Equipment Each corner station shall be equipped with at least the following:

                      2.    A red flag

TO:

3.15.3.   Corner Stations

           D.   Equipment Each corner station shall be equipped with at least the following:

                 2. A red flag (all events). For Level 1 - 3 events, a yellow flag and black flag are also required. If passing is allowed at any
event, then a blue with diagonal yellow stripe flag is required along with the red, yellow and black flags. Flags and their meaning is discussed in
the TTR main body in Section 4.5.3 - Flags

Appendix 2

FROM:

5.16.     TIME TRIALS OFFICIALS' LICENSING SPECIALTIES

           1.   TT Worker

TO:

5.16.     TIME TRIALS OFFICIALS' LICENSING SPECIALTIES

          1.    TT Volunteer

Appendix 5

FROM:

17.14.    AERODYNAMIC SKIRTS

Aerodynamic skirts are prohibited in Time Trials competition events.

TO:

17.14.    AERODYNAMIC SKIRTS

Aerodynamic skirts are prohibited in Time Trials competition events except for in the Specials class where moveable side skirts are allowed or as
allowed by Supplemental Regulations.

FROM:

17.23.    REQUIRED DRIVER SAFETY EQUIPMENT

           For Level 1 Events (PDX) - All participants must wear long pants, closed footwear with rubber soles, and shirts with sleeves while on
course. Also, a helmet of Snell rating M-95 or higher must be worn.

            For Level 2 Events (Club Trials) - Minimum apparel shall be long pants, long sleeved shirts, and shoes which fully cover the foot at
least to the ankle. Helmets which meet Snell M-95 requirements or higher are required. Event organizers may include any of 17.23 sections 1
through 8 in their supplemental regulations.
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              For Level 3 Events (Track Trials) and Level 4 Events (Hill Climbs) - Drivers must adhere to section 17.23 as written in the TTR in its
entirety, except for the harness age limit.

TO:

17.23.       REQUIRED DRIVER SAFETY EQUIPMENT

          For Level 1 Events (PDX) - All participants shall wear long sleeves and pants (at least 100% cotton material recommended) and
shoes which fully cover the foot at least to the ankle while on course. Helmets which meet Snell M-95 requirements or higher are required.

           For Level 2 Events (Club Trials) - All participants shall wear long sleeves and pants (at least 100% cotton material recommended) and
shoes which fully cover the foot at least to the ankle while on course. Helmets which meet Snell M-95 requirements or higher are required. Event
organizers may include any of 17.23 sections 1 through 8 in their supplemental regulations.

              For Level 3 Events (Track Trials) and Level 4 Events (Hill Climbs) - Drivers must adhere to section 17.23, paragraphs 1. through 8. as
written in the TTR in its entirety, except for the harness age limit.

ADD: Table of contents and page numbers.

REPLACE: All references to Participation Log Card in the TTR to Participation Log Book.


SOLO
SOLO EVENTS BOARD MINUTES|SPORTS CAR CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.|June 12, 2006

The Solo Events Board met in Topeka June 12th. Attending were SEB members Dick Berger, Marcus Merideth, Ron Bauer, Chris Dorsey, Tina
Reeves, Jason Isley, Steve Hoelscher, and Andy Hollis; Charlie Clark of the BOD; and Doug Gill and Tasha Marlow of the National Staff.

TIRE RACK SOLO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

- Jason Isley will be the SEB liaison to the Nationals Protest Committee.

- The SEB Town Hall meeting at Nationals will be held 4:30-5:30 at the Hospitality Tent at Heartland Park.

- The SEB approved a variety of recommendations for Impound compliance checks for certain classes.

- Various operational amendments to the Nationals Supplemental regulations, as recommended by the Event Operations Committee, were
approved by the SEB.

SOLO GENERAL ITEMS

- The ad hoc Event Operations Committee (EOC) has openings at this time, and members who are interested in participating are invited to
submit their qualifications in writing to the SEB via the National Office.

- The following rule changes, recommended by the EOC and effective 1/1/2007 will be added:

      - Remove 4.4.C, add new section 4.5 as follows, and renumber subsequent sections accordingly:

       "4.5 CAR / DRIVER CHANGES

      If during the event a vehicle develops mechanical problems resulting in its permanent withdrawal from the class heat competition, its driver(s)
may finish his/her/their runs in another vehicle which is legal in that class. Drivers needing to finish their runs in another vehicle, as permitted
by this allowance, must obtain the approval of the Operating Steward.

      A driver may change cars prior to the beginning of competition until the driver's class heat begins, at the discretion of the Chief Steward or
Chief of Registration in consultation with the Chief of Timing."

      - Add to 6.8.D as follows: "Drivers of cars with mechanical difficulty shall have ten minutes after the car is scheduled to start to present a car
at the start line. Drivers may take one mechanical delay per run. For this purpose, a rerun counts as a new run. Grid personnel will be notified
of the mechanical difficulty, and will refer the request for a mechanical delay to the Chief Steward in cases where the competitor may gain an
unfair advantage by delaying a run. Abuse of this allowance may be considered unsportsmanlike conduct and is protestable under Solo rule
9.1.F."

      - Change 7.3 to read as follows: "Each driver shall be allowed at least three official timed runs per course, subject to severe circumstances
beyond the control of the event organizers. Reduction in the number of runs offered at the National Championships may only be done with the
concurrence of the Chief Steward, Event Chair, SEB Chair, and the Solo Events Department."

      - Add to 7.9.2 as follows: "Reruns will only be given for down cones after the finish trip beam at the discretion of the Chief Steward." Also add:
"In case a competitor is red flagged or stops for a downed cone on the course, the competitor may continue slowly through the remainder of the
course, or may exit the course directly and will be granted a rerun if appropriate. Failure to exit the remainder of the course at an appropriate
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speed (generally 25-30 mph) will result in a DNF for that run. It is important to clear the course in a timely manner to ensure the event remains
on schedule."

   - Add to 7.9.3 as follows: "If the finish trip beam is broken while the front two wheels of the car are off-course, the run will be scored as a DNF.
Additionally, if after breaking the finish trip beam a driver causes the finish trip beam to be broken again, stopping the timer for the following
driver, the time for the first driver will be scored as a DNF and the second driver may be granted a rerun."

SOLO STOCK CATEGORY

- The potential class merges involving CS/ES and DS/FS are at this time no longer being considered.

SOLO STREET TOURING CATEGORY

- The following rule changes, proposed to be effective 1/1/2007, are published for member comment:

   - Replace the first three sentences of 14.2.E with "Fenders may not be cut or flared, but the inside lip may be rolled to gain additional tire
clearance. Flares that are part of body kits may be attached to the stock fender. Plastic and rubber wheel well splash shields may be modified
for tire clearance and to accommodate a rolled inside fender lip. The intention is to permit fitting the maximum allowable tire size, and the
modifications may serve no other purpose (e.g., air intake, brake ducts, etc.)."

   - Add to 14.9: "The addition of electrical grounding cables and associated distribution blocks/terminals is permitted. Holes may be drilled for
mounting only. This does not permit the use of electrical enhancement components such as condensors, voltage controllers, etc."

   - Change the wing area portion of 14.2.F to read as follows: "...Total surface area of all spoilers, splitters and rear wing may not exceed 5
square feet as seen from above (see 12.9)...."

   - Replace the content of 14.2.B with the following: "The driver and front passenger seats may be replaced, with the following restrictions: The
seating surface must be fully upholstered: The top of the seat, or an attached headrest, may not be below the center of the driver's head. The
seat, including mounting hardware, must weigh at least 25 pounds and must be attached using the OE body mounting holes/studs. Additional
mounting points may be added."

SOLO PREPARED CATEGORY

- The PAC reminds competitors in all Prepared classes except GP that the applicable fuel injection weight penalties (17.10.C.3.b) will be zero in
2007 and beyond.

- The following class change proposal, effective 1/1/2007, is published for member comment: move to GP with specifications from its 2004
Solo Rules listing in Prepared Class E, the Austin-Healey 100-4.

SOLO F125/FORMULA JUNIOR

- Per the KAC, the following rule change proposal is published for member comment: Change 19.2.A.1.a to read as follows: AGE: 12 years to 18
years

ITEMS REFERRED TO THE APPLICABLE COMMITTEE(S)

- SPAC: Wings and wing area

- SPAC: Seat allowances/constraints

MEMBER ITEMS NOT RECOMMENDED

- F125L weights


SOLO TECHNICAL BULLETINS
1) General: A targa car with no windshield meets the 12.6.A definition of an open car.

2) Stock: The wheel speed / cruise control sensor "shims" on a Lotus Elise are considered a dual-purpose item, since they also affect available
camber range, and may not be removed. (ref. 06-151)

3) Stock: The strut on a Porsche 911 GT3 may not be rotated from its OE orientation, since this configuration is authorized by the manufacturer
for "racing" (i.e. competition) purposes only and thus does not meet the requirements of Section 13. (ref. 06-152)

4) Street Touring: Add to 14.8: "On MacPherson strut equipped cars, the strut's lower integral mounting bracket, for attachment to the upright or
spindle, is unrestricted provided it attaches to the stock location. Any change to the position of the strut centerline is allowed. Such brackets
shall serve no other purpose. This does not allow for changes to the integral steering arm on cars that have the steering arm integrated with the
strut body."

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5) Street Prepared: Add to 15.8: "On MacPherson strut equipped cars, the strut's lower integral mounting bracket, for attachment to the upright
or spindle, is unrestricted provided it attaches to the stock location. Any change to the position of the strut centerline is allowed. Such brackets
shall serve no other purpose. This does not allow for changes to the integral steering arm on cars that have the steering arm integrated with the
strut body." Note: this item was previously incorrectly published as a rule change proposal; the SPAC considers it to be a clarification.

6) Street Prepared: The "Mini Cooper S" listing in DSP should be on its own make line, not under Merkur.

7) Prepared: Section 17.2.K.4 permits the removal of windshield frames.

8) Prepared: Section 17.10.C.3.b should for 2007 read as follows: "The use of a fuel injection system which is not specifically listed for a car in
Appendix A and which does not comply with the requirements of 17.10.C.2 will incur no weight penalty."


ROADRALLY MINUTES
ROADRALLY BOARD MINUTES|SPORTS CAR CLUB OF AMERICA, INC.|July 5, 2006

The RoadRally Board (RRB) met via conference call on July 5, 2006.

Attending were: Tim Craft, Chairman; Steve Gaddy, Secretary; members Rick Beattie, Kevin Poirier, and Lois Van Vleet; Duck Allen, Board of
Directors Liaison; and Pego Mack, National Office.

Ron Ferris was unable to attend.

Chairman Craft called the meeting to order at 8:35 pm CST.

The final version of the June 2006 Minutes was accepted (Craft/Van Vleet).

Proceedings

1. RRB Policies and Procedures Manual

Discussion: The final draft of the manual was approved, pending typographical corrections. Steve will make the final corrections, and send the
final copy of the manual to Pego. Pego will send the document to those specified in the appendix of the document, and will reference this
appendix for all future mailings. This document will also be made available on the SCCA website.

2. RRB membership

Discussion: The RRB is currently one member short of the permitted membership, and will become two short after the retirement of Ron Ferris
at year's end (term limits). Tim will also be reaching the end of the chairman's term limit. These membership issues will be taken up at a future
meeting of the RRB, in ample time to prepare for the 2007 annual convention. Applications are still being accepted for future positions on the
board, as noted in an earlier memo.

3. USRRC

Discussion: A brief update was made on the USRRC. It is believed that Mike and Ron will be at the Kansas Regional rally in late July, and will
connect with potential workers and local competitors at that time. Otherwise, planning continues on schedule. The board will be announcing
locations for the 2007 USRRC, and potentially the 2008 USRRC, at this year's event. Interested regions should submit applications ASAP, if they
have not already.

4. RRRs

Discussion: The RRB conducted a thorough review of the entire RRRs, article by article, in preparation for the 2007 season. The result is a final
list of changes to be made to the rules for submission to the BoD for final approval. These changes will be integrated into the RRRs, and these
draft RRRs will be made available to the membership ASAP for any final comments before the RRB and BoD vote on final approval in August.
The availability of this final draft will be announced in the SCCA forum once the draft is available online. Note that this is not the official
comment period, which has already occurred with the publication of the proposed rule changes in February. Due to the magnitude of changes,
however, and the many nuances of the rules that are affected, this final opportunity is being afforded for comments.

Action items

- Steve: Send completed RRB Policies and Procedures manual to Pego

- Pego: Send Policies and Procedures manual out, per directive in the appendix

- Steve: Send final RRR changes to Dave Kolb

- Dave Kolb: Integrate final changes into RRRs for final review by the RRB and the membership



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Next meeting

August 2, 2006, at 8:30 pm CST via conference call.

The meeting was adjourned at 10:36 pm CST (Van Vleet/Craft).

Submitted by Steve Gaddy, RRB Secretary




RALLY MEMORANDUM




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                          The 2006 SCCA Solo National Championship - September 26-29, 2006!
                                               Register early and avoid the late fees. Entry withdrawal deadline is September 20, 2006
                                                                                                       Driver Information:
Class: ________________ Car #: 1st________________________                                               2nd______________________ 3rd____________________________________________
Name:________________________________________________Member #_____________________Reg and Div____________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip_____________________________________________________
Phone: (h) __________________________________________ (work or cell) _______________________________________________________________
E-Mail Address: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
This is my first trip to the Nationals, please list me as a Rookie YES NO
I have earned a Buddy Certificate by bringing_________________________________________as a “first timer” to Nationals.
In case of an emergency please contact (Name) ___________________________________at ( ) _____________________________________________
Relationship________________________________________________________________ Is this person at the Event?                                                                                   YES          NO
                                                                                                         Car Information:
Year: _____________ Make:____________________________Model:____________________________Color:_______________________________________
Sponsor/Team Name (34 character limit):_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Tires: Avon BFG Falken Hankook Hoosior Kumho Yokohama Other:_____________________________________________________________________
Contingency Info: Hankook Hawk Honda Hoosier Mazda Nissan Subaru Yokohama
Is this a two Driver car? If yes, Second Drivers Name and Car #_____________________________________________________________________________
         (Separate registration forms are required for two driver cars.)
                                                                   Worker Information:
                                              What days will you be at Nationals? September 25 26 27 28 29
                                                                Are you available to work the days you do not run?                                       Yes              No
Specialty assignments shall be made on a where-needed basis with every consideration given to Run/Impound schedule.
Please Circle your work preference : Starter Grid T&S Computer(TS99 Plus)      Registration    Impound   Course     Tech Information
Safety (License Required) Other:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Please explain any conditions that prohibit you from working a particular assignment:

                                               Award Ceremony/Social Event Information: Ceremonies are free to all competitors.
                                                                               Please circle the events you will be attending:
                                         Monday Welcome Party                           Wednesday Ceremony                           Thursday Social                     Friday Ceremony
                                                                       Payment Information
                             What 2006 Solo Divisional or Nat'l Tour did you attend or plan on attending? ______________________
                                  If you were unable to attend a Divisonal or Tour event, the Waiver fee will be applied to your standard entry fee.
                                                     Price            Quantity          Extended                                                                        Notes
ENTRY FEE                                            $100                  1               $100           Paid by all entrants
Waiver Fee                                            $75                                                 Driver who has not attended a 2006 Solo Nat'l Tour or Divisional event
Late Fee #1                                           $75                                                 Applies to all entries received by mail or fax ON September 4th
Late Fee #2                                          $150                                                 Applies to all entries received by mail or fax ON September 8th
Add’l Wed. Adult Ceremony                             $20                                                 Write in quantity. Persons 11 years of age and older.
Add’l Wednesday Child                                 $10                                                 Write in quantity. Persons 10 years of age and younger.
Add’l Friday Adult Ceremony                           $20                                                 Write in quantity. Persons 11 years of age and older.
Add’l Friday Child                                  $10                                                   Write in quantity. Persons 10 years of age and younger.
                                                  Total due
Payment: MasterCard/Visa (ONLY)______________________________________________________EXP Date___________________________________
Check # _________________________________________________________________________Total Paid $___________________________________

READ AND SIGN: The entrant agrees to permit the Sports Car Club of America Inc., SCCA Pro Racing Ltd, and their assigns (including but not limited to series sponsors, promoter/organizer of an event), to use, license, reproduce, have
reproduced, show, and have shown, without limitation in space or time and without cost, charge or fee, Entrant’s drivers(s), crew members and cars, including the car(s’) names(s),likeness(s), logo(s), design(s), artwork and other creative
elements (other than rights in the name and/or likeness of the subject car(s) that are not owned or controlled by the Entrant) involved in the Event(s) in or on any medium whatsoever, including but not limited to advertising and promotional
materials, reports, broadcast and print media coverage of any type, video games, model production, software and any other form of electronic media distribution. The Entrant further acknowledges and agrees that SCCA and/or SCCA Pro
Racing may freely assign or license its rights to a third party.

DRIVER’S Signature _______________________________________ OWNER'S Signature_____________________________________________________
                                      Mail forms to: Solo Dept., PO Box 1833, Topeka,KS 66601* www.scca.com* 785-*357-7222 *Fax 785-232-7215
                                      2006 Solo National Championship
                                  Heartland Park Topeka, Topeka, KS – Sep. 25-29, 2006
                                            SR 1.6 Supplementary Regulations
                                          “Held under the SCCA Solo Rules (SR)"
                                                   Revised May, 2006
CONTENTS
A. GENERAL INFORMATION                         G.   PROTESTS & APPEALS                            M.   TROPHIES
B. REGISTRATION PROCEDURES                     H.   COURSE MARKERS                                N.   CLASSES
C. SAFETY                                      I.   TIMING & SCORING                              O.   OFFICIAL RESULTS
D. ORDER OF RUNNING                            J.   DRIVERS' MEETING NOTES                        P.   APPENDIX A
E. TECH PROCEDURES                             K.   ENTRANTS AS WORKERS
F. IMPOUND PROCEDURES                          L.   WORKERS MEETING NOTES

A. GENERAL INFORMATION
   1.    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: SR 4.2.
   2.    Access to Heartland Park Topeka (HPT) begins Thursday, September 21 at 10:00 a.m. through Friday, September 29 at 7:00 p.m.,
         24 hour access.
   3.    Prior to entering all persons must sign the Release and Waiver form and obtain a wristband. Wristbands will be your credential
         and required for access to the facility at all times. The wristband, signifying waiver signature, will be worn either on the wrist or
         attached to the individuals exterior clothing from the waist up on the front of the body, in plain sight. A wristband can not be
         obtained between 7:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. If you do not have a wristband, you will not be allowed access to the facility.
   4.    The Tire Rack SCCA Solo National Championship schedule will be published in the Driver Information Book and at
         www.scca.com.
   5.    Courses will be open for walking starting Monday, September 25, 2006 at 8:00 a.m.
   6.    Changes to the supplemental regulations, run/work order and/or the safety plan will be posted at registration and at the information
         booth. It is the responsibility of each competitor to check for, and adhere to posted changes.
   7.    Other site restrictions required by the site owner such as "off-limits" areas, may be published separately, or posted on site and
         must be obeyed.
   8.    Rest rooms and shower facilities will be available. Trash containers and portable toilets will be provided. Do not obstruct the
         portable toilets.
   9.    Blocking approach to the toilets will obstruct use, and prevent servicing. Do not use for trash!
   10.   Scales will be available to the competitors during the event free of charge. You will be restricted from using the scales when they
         are being used by Impound. Consult with the Chief of Impound if in doubt.
   11.   Fuel will be available for purchase through HPT. Details TBA.
   12.   Oil, gas, and all fluids must be disposed of in proper containers. Special oil and fluid reclamation stations will be accessible
         throughout the garage and paddock areas. Please observe the instructions and only pour waste oil and fluids into the appropriate
         containers. Should something accidentally spill, please try to minimize the situation by cleaning up the affected area immediately.
   13.   Leftover tires/tire shavings and any other hazardous waste will not be abandoned at the site. The expense for disposal of
         identifiable tires will be billed to the owner.
   14.   Paddock parking will be marked in fourteen (14) foot increments and numbered. Please sign up with the Paddock Chief. This will
         enable the officials to locate competitors in case of an emergency.
   15.   Competitor may be penalized for non-compliance to paddock parking directions given from the Event Chairman, Chief Stewards,
         and Event Managers.
   16.   Do not poke holes in or otherwise damage the hard surface of the paddock and course areas for tent stakes or for any other
         reason. Violators will be fined and removed from the event. Plywood or some other similar material should be used to protect the
         blacktop surface when using jacks and or jack stands. Competitors should bring their own material.
   17.   Smoking is prohibited in any indoor facility including the Tech building.
   18.   HPT ordinance: Racing engines shall not be run after 10:00 p.m. or before 6:30 a.m.


                                                                   4.6-1
  19. NOTE: All fee listed in 19 - 20 are set by HPT. Motorhome Parking in the paddock: fee is $50 payable at registration (check-in) for
      the entire event and must fit in the allowed paddock parking space. The $50 fee includes water, (non-potable) delivery, and
      pumping (one per week). Parking outside the paddock is free.
  20. All utility vehicles (golf karts, rented or personal, motorbikes, mopeds, scooters, 3 & 4 wheelers, etc.) must display a vehicle pass
      (sticker) that may be purchased at registration (check-in) for $25 (vehicle passes for handicapped persons will not be charged).
      The sticker must be affixed to the registered vehicle along with car number and class. No minors allowed on pit vehicles per HPT.
      The operation of motorized vehicles, whether gas or electric powered, such as but not limited to, golf carts and other personal
      transportation vehicles are limited to members that can present a valid driver’s license. Drivers are reminded that Solo Rules
      section 9.1.c applies to golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, mini-bikes, and other forms of personal transportation.
  21. Camping is allowed. Outdoor cooking is allowed, but please keep safety in mind. Fireworks are not permitted on the grounds of
      HPT. Please leave the grounds as you found them.
  22. All parcels should be delivered to HEARTLAND PARK TOPEKA, 7530 S. TOPEKA BLVD, TOPEKS, KS 66619 and MUST
      include name of recipient and may be picked up between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the DESIGNATED SHIPPING AND
      RECEIVING AREA. All freight deliveries will be delivered to the maintenance building.


B. REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
  1.  Either register on-line at http://www.scca.com, or send registrations to: SCCA, Solo Nationals Registration, P.O. Box 1833,
      Topeka, KS 66601-1833; phone (800) 770-2055, (785) 232-7656, fax (785) 232-7215.
  2. Entry forms must be received by 4:00 p.m. CST, August 30, 2006 to avoid the $75 late fee. A $150 late fee for entries received
      after September 8, 2006 will be assessed.
  3. Cancellations received by 4:00p.m. CST, September 15, 2006 will receive a full refund. Cancellations received by 4:00p.m. CST,
      September 20, 2006 will receive half of the entry fee paid. Cancellations made after September 20, 2006 will not receive a refund.
      No Exceptions. Only a written withdrawal will be accepted via fax, letter or email. No Exceptions.
  4. Registered competitors may attend the awards ceremonies for the days they compete without additional cost (i.e T/W competitors
      may attend the Wednesday Ceremony free of charge). Extra tickets for Wednesday and Friday night banquets will be available
      with event registration or at Registration on a first come, first served basis. Those not registered for the event must purchase
      tickets for each awards ceremony they plan on attending. Competitors are to include the cost of any extra award ceremony tickets
      with their event registration. The cost will be posted on the entry form.
  5. Car numbers will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
  6. Only one or two-digit numbers will be allowed (i.e., 0 through 99) where there is one driver in one car, in one class.
  7. Where there are two drivers in one car, in one class, the first driver must have a number 99 or lower; the second driver will be 100
      plus the first driver's number (i.e., 30 and 130; 99 and 199).. Drivers of the same car in the same class should send both entry
      forms in the same envelope. If a second driver enters later he/she must inform the registrar of the additional driver to ensure
      correct number assignment.
  8. Drivers of the same car but in different classes (i.e. open and ladies; Stock and ST, etc.) may use the same car number. Car
      owner must inform Registration or Event Chair of intent to run multiple classes with a single vehicle. Every effort will be made to
      accommodate this in the run/work order but it is not guaranteed.
  9. All drivers must bring to registration: Current valid driver’s license, SCCA membership card, and Solo Rule book.
  10. Minors: A minor release form must be presented at registration. Proper forms may be obtained from your local region prior to
      Nationals and will also be available at registration.
  11. The hours of operation for registration and tech:
           REGISTRATION
           Saturday, Sep 23           9:00 - 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
           Sunday, Sep 24             9:00 - 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
           Monday, Sep 25             8:00 - 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
           Tuesday, Sep 26            7:00 - 8:00 a.m. and 1:00. - 4:30p.m.
           Wednesday, Sep 27         10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1:00 - 4:30 p.m.
             TECH
             Sunday, Sep. 24          2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
             Monday, Sep. 25          9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Limited to Tues/Wed. competitors only)
             Tuesday, Sep 26          7:00 - 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 4:30 p.m.
             Wednesday, Sep 27       10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
  12.   If an unforeseen delay, such as a breakdown while en-route, prevents arrival before 4:30p.m. Wednesday, contact the Event
        Manager, Nancy Downing @ 1-800-770-2055 or Chief Steward to arrange on-site registration and tech.
  13.   Under unusual circumstances, entrant may amend their entry form at on-site registration if approved by the Chief of Registration,
        Chief Steward and/or Chief of Timing and Scoring.
  14.   SCCA members living in Canada are allowed to compete in the Canadian Automobile Sports Clubs (CASC) events in lieu of a
        SCCA Divisional Solo Championship or National Tour event as the prerequisite to competing in the SCCA National Solo
        Championship.
  15.   Entry is limited to 1250 competitors, based on the order of entry.

C. SAFETY
  1.    The safety program supporting the event is detailed in the event safety plan. A copy of this plan will be posted at registration. A
        copy of the plan may be obtained by contacting the National Staff or at the event information booth.
  2.    A speed limit of 15 MPH will be enforced at the event site including paddock and grid. Tire spins, rapid speed or direction changes,
        or other "abnormal/unusual" driving techniques are strictly prohibited throughout the event site and HPT. See Event Chairman for
        questions or problems.
  3.    Children and pets are allowed anywhere on the event site EXCEPT during active competition. During active competition, children
        under 12 and pets are not allowed in the grid, staging and course areas. Pet owners are required to keep their pets on a leash and
        clean up after them. HPT reserves the right to remove pets and owners that do not comply with the track regulations. Unruly or
        dangerous animals are not allowed at any time. You are responsible for your animal.
  4.    Drivers are responsible for the actions of their crew and guests. Waiver forms will be available at gate into site.
  5.    It is recommended that the refueling of cars in grid be accomplished with assistant and fire extinguisher.
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  6.  Cars may not be off the ground, in gear, while running for tire shaving/cleaning or other reasons.
      EXCEPTION: Cars like Formula 440s, with snowmobile-derived drive trains, may be started with the rear wheels off the ground. If
      a car with a snowmobile-derived drive train is started with the rear wheels on the ground, a driver must be on board.
      NOTE: Karts may be serviced or have the engine running while on a kart stand without a driver on board.
  7. Crosswalks will be designated between grid and staging. Pedestrians must give-way to cars moving to staging (start-line).
  8. Course workers must be on their feet at all times while cars are competing.
  9. Photographers desiring to enter a course area must be approved by the course safety steward and be accompanied by a spotter.
      A minor may not serve as a spotter.
  10. Skate boards (motorized or manual, with or without stand-up handlebars or seat), roller blades and roller skates (motorized or
      manual) are prohibited from use in all areas of the event site. Intent: Skateboards, in any form, or name, with the basic function/
      form of a skateboard. The Chief Safety Steward will make the determination of vehicles qualifying under this regulation. Any form
      of “personal transportation” must ride on pneumatic tires; require the operator to be seated; and have some form of mechanical
      braking mechanism. Special exemptions shall be granted by the Chief of Safety for any vehicle required for medical reasons.
      Top-heavy novelty vehicles, such as motorized bar stools, are not permitted. Final determination of vehicle eligibility, in all cases,
      shall be made by the Chief of Safety.
  11. Pylons, tape, and/or other barriers will define "No Parking" areas near the course. Cars parked in such a manner that block or
      restrict defined driveways or entrances to course areas will be towed away without notice, at the expense of the vehicle
      operator/owner.
  12. All incidents involving injury and/or property damage occurring on the event site, or felt associated with the event will be reported
      as soon as possible to the Event Chairman, Chief Steward, or Chief of Safety.

D. ORDER OF RUNNING
  1.  Competition will be on two successive days with one course run each day. Runs will be scheduled five heats for
      Tuesday/Wednesday and five heats for Thursday/Friday competition. (Heats will be assigned by car class).
  2. There will be a grid A and grid B. Drivers are to report to grid A or grid B according to heat assignment found in drivers registration
      packet. If the car is not in the specific grid spot when the first car of the heat is instructed to the start line they will lose a run/or
      runs depending on arrival time to grid. A diagram of the grid will be in your registration packet.
  3. All drivers will be assigned a "home" space number for grid purposes where they may leave any necessary equipment. After each
      run all drivers will return to their "home." Do not block the access lanes between spaces. Dual Drivers will have the same grid
      position.
  4. During competition, the course will be open for walk-through only prior to the 3rd heat each day. The walk-through will be a
      maximum of 30 minutes. The timing captains will start the countdown clock.
  5. All drivers will be offered three runs on each of the two courses. Each run of each heat is divided into two segments. Therefore,
      for a three (3) run heat there are six (6) segments (1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, and 3b).
  6. The Chief of Grid shall have the discretion to determine the run order within each heat, balancing the conflicting goals of running in
      numerical order within class, fairness to drivers of both single-driver and two-driver, keeping entire classes together, and facilitating
      efficient event operation. No competitor shall take a second run until all drivers have completed their first run. After the completion
      of each run, vehicles must return directly to the grid. Vehicles are not permitted to depart the grid area for service.
  7. A minimum of five minutes must have elapsed between runs for any car. This includes reruns or runs for another driver of the
      same car. A grid marshal will be specifically assigned to handle two-driver cars and will keep a time log to assure compliance with
      the five-minute minimum between runs. The time shall be measured from the time the car returns to grid until the time it leaves the
      start line.
  8. Drivers must proceed from the grid to the start line when so directed by a grid official, or that run will be scored as a Did Not Start
      (DNS). Exception: Drivers of cars with mechanical difficulty shall have ten minutes after the car is scheduled to start to present a
      car at the start line. Drivers may take one mechanical delay per run. For this purpose, a rerun counts as a new run. Grid
      personnel will be notified of the mechanical difficulty, and will refer the request for a mechanical delay to the Chief Steward in
      cases where the competitor may gain an unfair advantage by delaying a run. Abuse of this allowance may be considered
      unsportsmanlike conduct and is protestable under 9.1.F.
  9. In case a competitor is red flagged or stops for a downed cone on the course, the competitor may continue slowly through the
      remainder of the course, or may exit the course directly and will be granted a rerun if appropriate. Failure to exit the remainder of
      the course at an appropriate speed (generally 25-30 mph) will result in a DNF for that run. It is important to clear the course in a
      timely manner to ensure the event remains on schedule.
  10. The run/work order will initially identify only the days each class will run. Heat assignments will be made once entry density and
      mix is known; approximately September 13, 2006. Specific run order within a heat is subject to change depending on entries.
      Correct run order will be posted the day of competition. In the case of extremely high or low entries, withdrawals or no shows,
      changes in the run/work order may be required.

E. TECH PROCEDURES
  1.   Tech inspection will be at the event site.
  2.   All drivers are required to state on the entry the brand of tire they run on. However, the entry form does not commit you to a tire
       brand. This may be changed at tech.
  3.   All tires, at event site and intended for use on Stock and Street Prepared category cars must be teched. These tires will be
       checked for compliance with 13.3.H at tech inspection; however these tires will not be marked. Tires are un-protestable for
       violation of section 13.3.H after the car makes its first competition run on said tire(s). You may tech as many tires as you feel you
       will need. It is the responsibility of the competitor for all additional tires acquired after tech inspection to be in compliance with tread
       depth and safety specifications outlined in 13.3.H. Any tire which fails tech inspection may be impounded by SCCA until the
       completion of competition.
  4.   Tech will check for compliance with 3.7 Vehicle Identification. (All required decals will be made available at tech.)
  5.   The Tire Rack is the title sponsor for SCCA National Solo 2006, which includes ProSolo NationalSeries, Solo National Tour and
       the National Championship at Topeka. Participants in these events are required to run the title sponsor decal, which is a window
       decal that is to be used at the top of the windshield. Vehicles without windshields or with plastic windshields may place the decal
       on the front of the car. The Tire Rack SCCA Solo Nationals decal (7“x 3.875”) is required. This decal must be displayed on the
       upper half front fender between the center of the wheel opening and/or leading edge of door or just behind the leading edge of the
       door. For cars without fenders, decals must be on the nose and adjacent to the side number of the car. Two SCCA Solo decals
       (one on each side) and one SCCA decal (on the front of the car) is also required. Please make sure that both the windshield and
       the regular decals are in the correct location before you go to tech. Placement will be checked before the car passes tech. If you
       have special conditions requiring a possible alternate application for the windshield decal, please ask the National Staff.

                                                                    4.6-3
     6.   Helmets must meet specifications and will be teched. Approved helmets must be teched before the driver's car can receive a tech
          sticker. Helmets that do not meet the requirements of the Solo rule Section 4.3.1 will be impounded by the SCCA until the
          completion of the event.

F. IMPOUND PROCEDURES
     1.   The intent of impound is to assure competitors have complied with the specifications listed in the SCCA National Solo Rules and
          the Supplementary Regulations for this event per Section 6.10 of the Solo Rules.
     2.   Vehicles will be impounded on both days of competition in your assigned grid area. After your last run on each day, return to your
          original grid position. After re-gridding, only those vehicles to be weighed will be escorted by a designated impound official to the
          impound area. The driver of each vehicle or a designated representative must remain in the grid/impound area near the vehicle
          during the impound period. Karts will be allowed to be driven from grid to impound under close supervision by event officials. The
          Chief of Timing may request impounded vehicles to be held until the results are audited.
     3.   Impound officials will inspect cars during impound and may require removing wheels and/or components as part of the inspection
          procedure. Competitors are responsible for performing these procedures as required and for using proper equipment (e.g. jack
          stands to safely support a raised vehicle). Competitors are responsible for having appropriate rules and documentation of
          specifications available. All vehicles required to be weighed, will be weighed both days.
     4.   Competitors may observe, but must not hinder Impound inspectors in any way.
     5.   Impound will not act on hearsay information regarding suspected non-compliant concerns provided by competitors. If competitors
          suspect a rule violation, they must file protests in accordance with the National Solo rules. The decision whether to act on
          competitor-provided information is solely at the discretion of the Chief of Impound.
     6.   Vehicles under protest will remain in impound with other vehicles until the class is released. They will be escorted by a designated
          impound or protest committee official to another location as instructed by the Protest Committee.
     7.   All weights and measurements taken by impound will be available for all competitors to inspect after (not during) the weighing
          procedure. Competitors are reminded not to interfere with Impound officials as they work.

G. PROTEST & APPEALS: SR Rule 8
     1.   Protest and Appeal forms will be available from the Chief Steward, Operating Steward, Chief of Protest, Chief of Impound and the
          Chairman of the Appeals Committee (Solo Events Board). Protests may be filed with the Protest Committee or the Chief Steward
          and (except for protests from the Chief of Impound or the Chief Steward) must be accompanied by the appropriate protest fee in
          cash, traveler's checks or approved credit card.
     2.   Bonds (if required by SR 8.3.3) are due in cash, traveler's checks or approved credit card.
     3.   Appeals may be filed with the Chief Steward, the Chairperson of the Appeals Committee, or the Chief of Protest. The appropriate
          fee in cash, traveler's checks or approved credit card must accompany the Appeal (Chief Steward excepted).
     4.   The decisions of the Protest Committee may be appealed, but not protested. Only the original protester, protestee, or Chief
          Steward may file an appeal.
     5.   Refusal of an entrant or driver of a protested car to allow inspection under the terms established by the Protest and/or Appeals
          Committee(s) shall result in immediate disqualification and may result in exclusion from competing in the 2007 Tire Rack SCCA
          Solo National Championship.

H. COURSE MARKERS
     1.   Directional pylons (pylons which are laid on their side) are for informational purposes and do not count if hit. Directional pylons
          placed directly adjacent to a penalty pylon must be obeyed or a DNF will result. Directional pylons not adjacent to a penalty pylon
          are for informational purposes only and do not result in a DNF if not followed. If a directional pylon displaces a penalty pylon, the
          penalty pylon will be assessed.
     2.   A penalty will be assessed for each displaced course entry and exit pylon.
     3.   The course will be lined on both sides, weather permitting. Crossing a line incurs no penalty.
     4.   Drivers observed driving at substantially less than normal competition speeds for the purpose of spotting slightly misplaced course
          markers to earn a re-run will be referred to the Operating Steward for action. Such conduct is considered unsportsmanlike and an
          unnecessary delay of the event.

I.   TIMING & SCORING
     1.   The total score will consist of the best-timed run from each course, combined to create one time.
     2.   Scores will be posted in the spectator bleacher area on each course. See the Chief of Course to resolve problems. The names of
          the Chiefs of Course will be posted on the same bulletin boards as the times. THE TIMING & SCORING VEHICLES ARE OFF
          LIMITS FOR COMPETITORS, CREW AND SPECTATORS, unless invited to enter by an event official.
     3.   After the completion of each heat, times will be moved to the Information Booth.

J. DRIVERS MEETING NOTES
     1.   There will be no drivers' meeting. Changes to the Supplemental Regulations, Safety Plan, and other items of information as well
          as the names of all event officials will be included in the packet of material provided at on-site registration, or posted at Registration
          and at the Information Booth. IT IS A COMPETITOR’S RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK AT REGISTRATION AND THE
          INFORMATION AREA FOR CHANGES TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL REGULATIONS

K. ENTRANTS AS WORKERS: SR Rule 6.1
     1.   All competitors are required to work the event. Qualified replacements may be used as substitutes in worker assignments.
          However, workers must notify the Chief of Course prior to the substitution. Failure to comply with Rule 6.1 SR or properly perform
          assigned duties will result in additional work assignments or disqualification, as executed by the Event Officials.
     2.   Early work assignments that offset a normal work assignment must be pre-approved by the Event Chairman and Chief of Workers.
          These assignments must be extremely limited to prevent loss of critical support during the event. Serving as a volunteer prior to
          the event is greatly appreciated and a key element in success of this event. However, this does not automatically offset a normal
          work assignment.
     3.   The use of cell phones is prohibited while working course.



                                                                      4.6-4
L. WORKER MEETING NOTES
   1.   Workers will report to their respective Chiefs (i.e., timing to Chief Timing, impound to Chief Impound) before the beginning of the
        last run of the heat prior to their assigned work heat for a brief instructional session and assignment. First heat workers will report
        at 7:30 a.m. Failure to report on time will result in an additional work assignment after the finish of the last heat on that day. Not
        complying with these rules will result in disqualification.

M. TROPHIES & AWARDS
   1.   Trophies will be awarded on Wednesday and Friday nights. They will not be mailed. If you leave the event early, appoint someone
        to receive your award.
   2.   The Event Chairman and SEB Chairman will determine awards such as the “Hard Luck”, “Sportsmanship”, etc., based on
        observations and competitor input. Nominations for these awards may be submitted at the Information Area.

N. CLASSES
   1.   All Open, Ladies and FSAE Supplemental classes as defined by the 2006 Solo Rules.
   2.   STU will run as a supplemental class with the BSP class and STS2 will run as a supplemental class with the CSP class.
   3.   If each of these classes has 25 or more combined Open and Ladies class entrants, it will be scored separately in the event results
        but will not be awarded Championship status.

O. OFFICIAL RESULTS
   1.   Official results will be mailed to competitors within two weeks of the final disposition of all protests and appeals.




                                                                    4.6-5
                                         Run Order

                        Tuesday/Wednesday                Thursday/Friday
                              XP,XPL                         AM, AML
                              AS,ASL                         BM,BML
                            ASP,ASPL                        FSP,FSPL
                              BP,BPL                         CM,CML
                              BS,BSL                         CP,CPL
                              DM,DML                         CS,CSL
                              DP,DPL                        CSP,CSPL
                            STU,STUL                        DSP,DSPL
                              DS,DSL                         EP,EPL
                              EM,EML                         ES,ESL
                            ESP,ESPL                      FSAE,FSAEL
                            F125,F125L                        FP,FPL
                              FM,FML                        STS,STSL
                            BSP,BSPL                        SM2,SM2L
                              GS,GSL                         HS,HSL
                              SM,SML                         SS,SSL
                              FS,FSL                       STS2,STS2L
                             STX,STXL
                              GP,GPL


The run/work order will initially identify only the days each class will run. Heat assignments will
be made once entry density and mix is known; approximately September 13, 2006. Specific
run order within a heat is subject to change depending on entries. Correct run order will be
posted the day of competition. In the case of extremely high or low entries, withdrawals or no
shows, changes in the run/work order may be required.
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                                                  HEARTLAND PARK TOPEKA #IDC-06-S
                                             HELD UNDER 2006 GENERAL COMPETITION RULES


                                                  *REVISED*
                                   QUALIFYING / MEETINGS                                                ACTIVITY CALENDAR
                                       20 min. sessions
                                                                                                               Sun. 10/8
                   MON 10/9            TUES 10/10            WED 10/11                   THURS 10/12            5:30 pm*
                                                                                                               Track Walk
                  QUALIFYING:          QUALIFYING:           QUALIFYING:                  QUALIFYING:
   8:00                 AS                FA/FM                 FF/F500                     CSR/S2             Mon 10/9
   8:25               GP/HP                 FP                  GT1/GT2                       GT3               6:00 pm*
   8:55                 T1                SSB/T3                   GP                        SSC             Welcome Party
   9:20                 EP                   FV                    T2                         FC             Liebler Pavilion
   9:50                DSR                 SRF                    SM                         SSB             Tues 10/10:
  10:15                 FF                CSR/S2                   HP                       FA/FM
  10:50              GT1/GT2             GTL/GT3                   AS                         FP
                                                                                                              6:00 PM**
 11:15                 F500                SSC                     T1                         T3             Volunteer Party
 11:45                  T2                  FC                     EP                          FV            Liebler Pavilion
 12:10                  SM                  GT2                   DSR                        SRF             Wed 10/11:
   LUNCH-             PROD               FORMULA                 GT/SM                      SS/AS            6:00 PM**
 CRB MTGS                               SPTS RACER                                         TOURING                 TBA
  1:30               CSR/S2               GP/HP                    FA                        GTL             Thurs 10/12:
1:55                 GTL/GT3                AS                     FP                      GT1/GT2
  2:25                 SSC                  T1                    FM                       FF/F500
                                                                                                              6:00 pm*
  2:50                  FC                  EP                     FV                         T2              DISCO FEVER
  3:20               SSB/T3                DSR                    SRF                        SM              Liebler Pavilion
  3:45                  FA                   FF                 CSR/S2                      GP/HP             Fri 10/13:
  4:20                  FP                  GT1                 GTL/GT3                       AS
                                                                                                              6:00 PM**
  4:45                 FM                  F500                   SSC                         T1
                                                                                                             Volunteer Party
  5:15                  FV                   T2                    FC                         EP
  5:40                 SRF                  SM                  SSB/T3                       DSR             Liebler Pavilion

                                     WARM-UP SESSIONS
                                          U                                                                    Sat 10/14:
                           20 MIN. WARM-UP *10 min each grouping                                               6:00 pm*
                                                                                                          Volunteer of the Year
                      FRI 10/13                           SAT 10/14                  SUN 10/15                    Party
      7:30          CSR & S2/GT2*        8:00               FF/GT3                        GTL/SM             Liebler Pavilion
      7:55             SSC/FC            8:25              F500/T2                        GT1/FV
      8:20             SSB/FM            8:50               FP/AS                         EP/DSR              Sun 10/15:
      8:55              HP/T3            9:15               SRF/T1                         GP/FA            30 min. after end
                                                                                                               of last race
                                NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACES                                                  Presentation of
                  ALL RACES 18 LAPS OR 40 MIN., WHICHEVER ELAPSES FIRST.                                President’s Cup, Donohue
                            RACE TIMES ARE GREEN FLAG TIMES.                                              Award @ Victory circle

                      FRI 10/13                           SAT 10/14                      SUN 10/15             6:00 pm**
       9:30               CSR           10:00                  FF                           GTL              Volunteer Party
      10:25               GT2           10:55                 GT3                           SM                    TBA
      11:20               SSC           11:50                F500                           GT1
                                                                                                        *All times are approximate

         1:00              FC            1:30                  T2                            FV         **Volunteer Parties start @
         1:55             SSB            2:25                  FP                            EP          conclusion of days events
         2:50             FM             3:20                 AS                            DSR
         3:45              S2            4:15                 SRF                           GP
         4:40             HP             5:10                  T1                            FA
         5:35              T3
*Revised per SOM action
                                                                                                                                               1. Enclose entry fee of $300* (non-refundable U.S. Funds)
                                                                                                                                               payable to SCCA Inc., Check, Money Order, Visa/Mastercard
                                                                                                                                               accepted.
                                                                                                                                               2. Send entry form and fee to SCCA RUNOFFS®, ATTN: Club
                                                                                                                                               Racing, PO BOX 1833, Topeka, KS 6601 or FAX (785)232-
                                                                                                                                               7214. (Faxed entries accepted with credit cards only.)
                                                                                                                                               3. Entry MUST be U.S. Postal Service postmarked officially dated
                                                                                                                                               by an express service or faxed no later than the DEADLINE date
                                                                                                                                               of Sept 8, 2006.* (postage meter imprint NOT acceptable).
 Heartland Park Topeka Held Under the 2006 GENERAL COMPETITION RULES SANCTION # IDC-06-S
                                                                                    0 S                                                        Certified mail return receipt is strongly recommended to provide
                                                                                                                                               you with proof of mailing date.
                               ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE AT WWW.SCCA.COM                                                                   4. Entry fee will be refunded if your entry is not accepted OR if you
                                                                                                                                               WITHDRAW in writing/fax/email by September 18, 2006.
                              PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY & COMPLETE BOTH FORMS!!!                                                                              *ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED PRIOR TO
                        This information will be printed in the Driver Manual and Entry list.                                                     MAY 1, 2006 *LATE FEE FOR ENTRIES POSTMARKED AFTER
                                                                                                                                                               Sept 8, 2006 IS $500 ADDITIONAL.

DRIVER                                Region            Nat'l License #             Exp Date
Address___________________________________ City, St, Zip____________________________________________
Phone Number (H) (    )_____________ (Cell) (                  )_________________ Email_____________________________
CAR INFO Number Preference (assigned in order received): First_____ Second_____ Third_____ Fourth_____ Fifth_____ Sixth______
Class:_________ Car Make___________________________ Model__________________ Year______ Color_______________
Transponder _______________ Logbook _______________ VIN _______________ Official Weight ________________lbs
Transmission _____________________ Homologation Cert # (if required)_____________________ Alt Head ____Yes ____No
Sponsor(s)____________________________________________ Sponsor(s) Website__________________________________
                                             **NOTE: Sponsor listings are limited to 35 spaces, including spacing and punctuation **
ENTRANT Complete only if entrant is different from driver (Entrant must be an SCCA member.)
Name ______________________________________________ Membership # ____________________ Exp _______________
CREW (Only Driver/Entrant may add/change crew)

1. Free ____________________________________________                                                           Overcrew _________________________________________
2. Free ____________________________________________                                                           Overcrew _________________________________________
3. Free ____________________________________________                                                           Overcrew _________________________________________
                                                                                                               Overcrew _________________________________________

DRIVER MEDICAL INFORMATION Age _____ Date of Birth_________ Date of Last Tetanus_________ Blood Type ________
Allergies _______________________ Medications/Special Medical Conditions ______________________________________
Major injury or illness in the last 12 Months___________________________________________________________________
Emergency Contact Name: ___________________________________________ Is this person at the track? _____________
Relationship _________________________________ Phone # (if not at the track) (                                                                                  )____________________________
Circle each that apply to you:                              Contacts/Glasses                                Dentures                              Asthmatic                            Organ Donor
                                                            Diabetic                                        Epileptic                             Hemophiliac
PREPAID TRACK PASSES                          All passes and fees are offered/set by HPT. For questions please contact Chris Bovis at 800-43-RACES.
 These items will be charged to your credit card when your entry                                                                                                                           Quantity
 is processed by the National Office. These passes may be pur-                                    Pit Vehicle Pass (golf cart, ATV, etc.)                                   $ 50
 chased at the track if you do not wish to prepay.                                                Motorhome Pass (without electricity)                                      $ 75
 *Free parking will be available on a first come first serve basis                                  Reserved Parking* ($100) & Motorhome Passes ($150) with electricity are available online or
                                                                                                        by phone at 800-43-RACES. Additional $25 special handling fee for phone orders.

PAYMENT INFORMATION                           Check/Money Order # _________ Visa/Mastercard ____________________________________ Exp ____________
The Entrant agrees to permit the Sports Car Club of America Inc., SCCA Pro Racing Ltd. and their assigns (including but not limited to series sponsors, promoters/organizer of an Event), free of any charges duties or fees,
to use, license, reproduce, have reproduced, show, have shown, without limitation in space or time, all soundtracks, photographs, drawings, trademarks, films/video pictures concerning competitors, their drivers, teams or
cars involved in the event(s) on any medium whatsoever for any documents, reports, coverage, broadcast, program, publication, video game or model production, software, etc. whether past, present or future. The Entrant
further acknowledges and agrees that SCCA and/or SCCA Pro Racing may freely assign or license its rights to a third party.

It's agreed and understood that the undersigned driver and the car described above will appear at the above described race meet if the entry is accepted by the SCCA. The undersigned agree to compete under and be
bound by the SCCA General Competition Rules and the Supplementary Regulations and certify that automobiles entered comply with provisions of the GCR. All participants must sign release agreements at registration.

I am a member in good standing of the SCCA and my Region and hold a valid SCCA National Competition License.                         I am a member in good standing of the SCCA and my Region.

____________________________________________________                                                                                 ____________________________________________________
Driver's Signature                                                                                                                   Entrant’s Signature
                                                 DRIVER BIO INFORMATION
                                          Make/Model __________________________________________         CAR INFO
                                          Year _____ Color(s)______________________________________________
                                          Primary Sponsor_________________________________________________
             For Office Use               Other Sponsor(s) ________________________________________________
Class(s) _________ Car #(s) ___________
                                          Head Mechanic/Crew (if applicable)____________________________________

Name____________________________________ Email______________________________
                                                                                          DRIVER’S PERSONAL INFO

Date of Birth__________ Age _____ Phone (h) (         )_____________________ (w) (          )___________________
Address____________________________________________City, St. Zip _______________________________________
Hometown (City you want listed on results) ___________________________________ Region of Record_______________
Division________________ Occupation ______________________________ Hobbies _____________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
Specialty Licenses held (other than competition) ____________________________________________________________
Married     Single      Spouse’s Name _________________________________________________________________
Children’s Names and Ages ____________________________________________________________________________

RACING HISTORY

PLEASE BE SPECIFIC
Runoffs® First Time Yes ______ No ______ Number of Runoffs Participated in _________

When and how began racing __________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Other racing experience, (i.e. karts, Circle Track, AMA, Pro Racing) ____________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Any series Championships won (year/class/type/series) _____________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Track records held (include year set, class)_______________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
2005 Racing record: total National events____________ Poles _________ Wins ________ Top-Three _______
Top-Five ________ Top-Ten ________ Car/Class __________________________________________________


Best Runoffs Finish (position, class, year) ________________________________________________________
Top-Six Runoff Finishes ______________________ Top-Ten Runoff Finishes ____________________________


Unusual happenings during 2005 season_________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________

                       Feel free to submit a media kit and/or press clippings with your entry,
                  or drop them off during the event at Driver Information in the Race Control Bldg.
                                             Volunteer Worker Form
      October 9-15, 2006, at Heartland Park Topeka ONLINE REGISTRATION AT WWW.SCCA.COM
If you are interested in working the 2006 SCCA National Championship Runoffs® October 9-15, 2006, please register online at www.scca.com. You
may also fill out this form and mail to SCCA Attn: Club Racing, PO Box 19400, Topeka, KS 66619 or fax to 785-232-7214 no later than Sept.
1, 2006. Please remember to complete a minor release form for any minors that you will be bringing. Guest names must be supplied no later
than Sept. 1, 2006 or you will not receive a guest pass. If you have any questions please contact Club Racing at 800-770-2055.

                                                       PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

First Name ________________ Last Name_______________ SCCA Membership No. ________________
Address _______________________________________________________________________________
City ________________________________ State ______________________ Zip __________________
E-Mail Address __________________________________________________________________________
Region Name ___________________________________________________________________________
Specialty __________________________________________ License Level ______________________
Experience _____________________________________________________________________________
Home Phone __________________ Work Phone __________________ Cell Phone ___________________
Shirt Size _____________________________ Guest Name _____________________________________
Will you be attending Monday night’s Welcome Party? Yes           No
Will you be attending “Disco Fever?” (Thursday night’s member bash) Yes      No
Will you be attending the Volunteer of the Year party on Saturday night? Yes  No

                              MEDICAL INFORMATION (Please read 2006 GCR 6.6.5)
Emergency Contact Name _________________________________________________________________
Address _______________________________________________________________________________
City ________________________________ State ______________________ Zip __________________
Home Phone ___________________ Cell Phone _________________ At Track?                  Yes No
Date of Birth _______________________________ Blood Type __________________________________
Allergies ______________________________________________ Last Tetanus Date ________________
Contact Lenses?          Yes    No             Dental Prostheses? _______________________________
Current Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________________
Physical Limitations ______________________________________________________________________
Recent Serious Injury/Illness _______________________________________________________________
                           Please attach a list if there are special medical problems.
                      DAYS I CAN WORK              (FILL OUT EVEN IF YOU WORKED THE 2005 RUNOFFS ®)
        Thursday, Oct. 5 (Reg.-Tech)                               Friday, Oct. 6 (Reg.-Tech)                        Saturday, Oct. 7 (Reg.-Tech)

        Sunday, Oct. 8 (Reg.-Tech)                                 Monday, Oct. 9                                    Tuesday Oct. 10

        Wednesday, Oct 11                                          Thursday, Oct. 12                                 Friday, Oct. 13

        Saturday, Oct. 14                                          Sunday, Oct. 15

                    ENTRY FORMS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE DEADLINE DATE OF September 1, 2006, TO:
                                    SCCA Club Racing, PO Box 19400, Topeka, KS 66619 Fax: 785-232-7214
                            For questions or information contact Club Racing at 800-770-2055 or Email: runoffs@scca.com
                                            SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS
                                           Online Registration at www.scca.com
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                                              Held under the 2006 General Competition Rules #IDC-06-S

1.   Entries                                        6.    Grid                                          12.   Penalties/Protests/Appeals
2.   Driver Eligibility                             7.    Start / Finish                                13.   Race Results
3.   Travel/Tow Fund                                8.    Timing & Scoring                              14.   Rules of Operation/Pit/Paddock
4.   Registration                                   9.    Pre-Race Tech                                 15.   General Information
5.   On-Track Sessions                              10.   Impound/Post Race Inspection                  16.   Race/Driver Information
                                                    11.   Required Decals/Patches
1. ENTRIES: All drivers shall be current Sports Car Club of America             2.1. Shall have been classified as a starter in at least four (4) National
(SCCA) members in good standing, hold a current National Competition            Championship events in the current race season, of which two (2)
License and shall meet all criteria as listed under section 2 Driver            shall have been in their Division of Record, and have been classified
Eligibility.                                                                    as a finisher in at least three (see GCR 7.3.2, 8.4 and 16.4.1.).

1.2. Driver Eligibility: Drivers may enter as many classes as they wish,        2.2. Shall have finished in the top ten (10) in their class in their
and drive any car eligible for that class, provided they meet all driver eli-   Division’s 2006 National Points Standings.
gibility requirements for each and every class entered.
                                                                                2.3. Shall have accumulated at least four (4) National Championship
1.3. A driver may enter one vehicle in more than one class at this event.       points in 2006.
The driver shall have qualified for each class so entered per these
Regulations and the vehicle shall be capable of meeting all require-            2.4. Defending National Champions: See section 16.4.2, A., B., C., D.
ments and specifications of those classes. Separate entry forms and             page 80 in the 2006 GCR for requirements.
fees are required for each class entered.
                                                                                2.5. If you are not sure you have sufficient points to qualify, send an
1.4. Entry forms must be filled out completely (all fields) in order to be      entry anyway. If the entry is denied, your entry fee will be refunded.
considered valid. The Driver Bio is optional. The entry fee must accom-         Drivers who believe their points accumulation totals for Divisional
pany the entry.                                                                 Championship standings and NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                                RUNOFFS® invitations are in error, shall contact their DIVISIONAL
1.5. Entries will NOT be accepted before midnight May 1, 2006,                  POINTSKEEPER, prior to the entry deadline, for resolution. Only if
CST. All entries received prior to that date will be returned.                  satisfaction cannot be achieved at the Divisional Level should a driv-
                                                                                er contact the National Office for review of the matter.
1.6. SCCA will not accept entries from drivers who do not meet the
requirements of GCR Section 16.4.1, 16.4.2 and the guidelines as set            2.6. TIES: In the event of a tie for tenth place, the first consideration
forth by these Supplemental Regulations.                                        for breaking the tie will be Runoffs® eligibility, followed by GCR
                                                                                16.2.2.
1.7. Entry fee is $300 (non-refundable, U.S. funds) payable to SCCA,
Inc. A $25 fee will be charged, in addition to the amount owed, to those        3. TRAVEL/TOW FUND: During 2006 a Tow Fund will be collected
whose entry fee payment is returned for insufficient funds. If your entry       and maintained by the SCCA for the purpose of partially reimbursing
is not accepted for the Runoffs®, or you withdraw in writing (FAX: (785)        the expenses of certain drivers invited to the Runoffs®. A driver’s pay-
232-7214, U.S. Mail or email: runoffs@scca.com) prior to Monday,                ment will be determined by the actual mileage (one way) from the dri-
September 18, 2006, your entry fee will be refunded. ENTRY DEAD-                ver’s permanent residence zip code to Heartland Park Topeka (HPT).
LINE IS Friday, September 8, 2006. A LATE FEE OF $500, IN ADDI-                 We will use the US Census Bureau for determining driver’s zip code
TION TO THE $300 ENTRY FEE, will be required for entries submitted              to HPT mileage. This zip code will be checked against the permanent
online after 12 Midnight Central Time Friday, September 8, 2006 and for         residence of the driver as of the date the entry is received at the
entries U.S. Postal Service postmarked or officially dated by an express        National Office. The permanent residence will be the residence list-
service after Friday, September 8, 2006 (Postage meter imprint is not           ed on the driver’s last license renewal application unless a notice of
acceptable). Certified mail, return receipt, is recommended.                    change of permanent residence has been received prior to the receipt
Entries shall be mailed to:                                                     of the entry. False representation of permanent residence could
                    SCCA Runoffs® Attn: Club Racing                             result in penalties as provided in GCR section 14.
                              PO Box 1833
                        Topeka, KS 66601-1833                                   Tow Fund will be paid to the top three (3) drivers with the highest
                                                                                points total in each class from each Division (except those living clos-
1.8. SCCA reserves the right to modify the schedule based on the num-           er than 200 miles with a maximum mileage of 2100 miles) who enter
ber of entries in each class. Any class that does not have at least 30          on time and are accepted to participate in the Runoffs®. Tow Fund
entrants by the close of normal entry date for the Runoffs® (Sept 8th),         checks will be mailed after the event to those eligible drivers who
may be combined with another class or classes for all sessions includ-          completed registration, tech inspection and turned at least one lap on
ing races.                                                                      the track during the week. Tow Fund may not be paid to
                                                                                drivers/entrants who were disqualified from their race, see Penalties
2. DRIVER ELIGIBITY: Entries will be accepted for this 2006                     section 12. In the event there is an unbreakable tie within a class and
Interdivisional Championship Event from those drivers who meet all of           Division (see GCR 16.2.2.) affecting Tow Fund payout, both parties
the following for each class entered:                                           will receive payment.
3.1. TOW FUND CHECKS WILL BE MAILED as soon as possible after                5.2. To be eligible to start the race, all cars shall qualify within 120 per-
the event. The name and address on the check will match that of the          cent of the average of the fastest three qualifying times for their
W-9 form each driver must complete at driver registration. A Federal         respective class. The Chief Steward may issue waivers to cars quali-
Tax ID number may be used in lieu of a Social Security number. In            fying outside of the required 120 percent at his discretion. Requests
these instances, the W-9 must be completed using the Tax ID compa-           must be made within thirty (30) minutes of the posting of the grid. Cars
ny name; the Tow Fund check will be issued to that named company.            allowed to start at the back of the grid may be black flagged if lapped
Federal Tax ID and Social Security numbers will be reported to the           or fail to maintain a safe racing pace during the race.
Internal Revenue Service as income for anyone who receives over
$600 in Tow Fund.                                                            5.3. QUALIFYING: The following procedure will be used to determine
                                                                             the order in which cars enter the track for qualifying on Monday:
3.2. TOW FUND CLAIM DEADLINE: All inquires regarding Tow Fund                Random Number selections for position on the false grid for Monday’s
must be made by December 15, 2006. Drivers who dispute funds                 session will be made on Sunday, October 8th. The results of this ran-
received or believe they should have received funds must contact             dom draw will be posted at Driver Information.
SCCA Club Racing by December 15, 2006. All claims made after this
date will not be honored.                                                    Positions on the false grid for the following days of qualifying will be
                                                                             based upon fastest qualifying results. Grid positions for the following
4. REGISTRATION: All times Central Time Zone                                 day’s qualifying session will be set 60 min. after each qualifying ses-
                                                                             sion. Trading or exchange of position is not allowed. In the case of
4.1. REGISTRATION HOURS                                                      combined groups, the order will be determined regardless of class.
Thursday        Oct. 5                    9:00   a.m.   -   6:00 p.m.        This process is NON-PROTESTABLE. All cars not on the false grid
Fri - Sun       Oct. 6-8                  7:00   a.m.   -   8:00 p.m.        prior to the one minute signal shall relinquish their qualifying grid posi-
Mon - Fri       Oct. 9-13                 7:00   a.m.   -   4:00 p.m.        tion and shall start from the back of the field.
Sat - Sun       Oct. 14-15                7:00   a.m.   -   11:00 a.m.
                                                                             5.4. WARM-UP SESSIONS: On Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be
4.2. Drivers, Entrants, Crew with Transport Vehicles (that have a            for WARM-UP only. Drivers may only participate in the warm-up ses-
reserved parking space and entry confirmation) and Volunteers                sion for the class in which they are entered.
may enter Heartland Park after registration hours by buying a $40 (per
person) refundable ticket and signing a waiver. This option will be avail-   5.5. Yellow lights are positioned on the bridge past Turn 9 (over tunnel).
able from the close of registration until 12:00 midnight from Oct. 5         When displayed, these lights shall have the same meaning as the yel-
through Oct 9. Drivers that do not have reserved parking spaces or           low flag per the GCR. The steady yellow will have the same meaning
have not yet received an event entry confirmation from SCCA will not         as a standing yellow. The flashing yellow will have the same meaning
be allowed to enter the facility with their Transport Vehicles without       as a waving yellow.
going through registration. To obtain a refund you must register prior to
noon the next day and show your SCCA credential and refundable tick-         6. GRID: All cars shall enter the race track through the false grid area
et.                                                                          located on the north end of the lower paddock. The next scheduled
                                                                             group shall not line up until the previous group has cleared the grid
After October 9th, all of the above must go through registration before      area. This is to keep the paddock roads clear for other traffic. Cars
gaining entrance to the facility. No one without a ticket or a credential    must be in position and the grid cleared of crew at the one (1) minute
will be allowed to enter the track after registration closes each day.       warning. Cars late to the grid shall enter the course from the grid
Additional passes may be purchased from Heartland Park for $40 each          through the pit lane.
at the gate. Credentials must be worn in plain view.
                                                                             6.1. With the permission of the Chief Steward, multiple class drivers
4.3. All crew members who need to be in hot-pit areas must be listed         who have back-to-back qualifying sessions may have their second car
as crew on your entry. SCCA shall provide a maximum of four (4) pass-        staged in the pit lane. The driver shall forfeit their qualifying grid posi-
es per entry for use by the driver and bona fide pit crew actually           tion and be released from the pit lane at the back of the field.
engaged in the servicing of each particular automobile. Only the Driver
or Entrant may add/change free or pay crew names. The SCCA will              7. START/FINISH: THE START/FINISH LINE FOR ALL STARTS AND
inform all Registration personnel that the addition or transfer of crew      RESTARTS WILL BE ON THE FRONT STRAIGHT. In the event of a
names to any entry other than the team for which they will provide their     wave off on the first racing lap, the grid will continue at pace speed until
services is prohibited. Additional passes can be purchased from              the green flag is displayed by the starter. Should the Chief Steward
Heartland Park for $40 each.                                                 determine that a false start has occurred and the race started, the driv-
                                                                             er or drivers deemed to be at fault may be black-flagged and held for
4.4. Anyone found tampering with credentials shall be reported to the        a period up to one minute in the pit lane. Other penalties may also be
Chief Steward and is subject to penalties specified in GCR Section 14        imposed (GCR 14).
Penalties.
                                                                             7.1. LENGTH OF RACE: Official track length is 2.50 miles; all races will
4.5. Commemorative PHOTO ID’s will be available at the track for             be twenty (20) laps or forty (40) minutes, whichever comes first. The
$5.00 each.                                                                  forty minute time limit will be in effect for all races commencing when
                                                                             the pole car crosses the Start Finish line at the beginning of the first
5. ON-TRACK SESSIONS: If combined groups for qualifying are larg-            scored lap and shall continue uninterrupted with no stoppages for any
er than a total of 60 cars, the session MAY be divided into two parts        situations. Finishers are defined according to GCR 8.4.
with each group being given 10 minutes per class at the discretion of
the Chief Steward.                                                           7.2. ONE LAP TO GO: A one lap to go sign with a number 1 will be dis-
                                                                             played at the START/FINISH line indicating the last lap.
5.1. During the Qualifying Sessions Monday Oct. 9th, (per GCR
9.4.2.E.) a White Flag will be shown on the first lap at each staffed cor-   7.3. VICTORY LAP: Each class winner may take a victory lap in accor-
ner station as information for the drivers regarding corner station loca-    dance with GCR 9.1.8.
tion.
                                                                             8. TIMING & SCORING: All corrections, i.e., name and/or sponsor
                                                                             changes/additions, must be submitted to Timing and Scoring prior to
                                                                             5:00 p.m. on the last day of qualifying.
8.1. CAR IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS: Assigned by the SCCA on a                    9.4. Tech inspection will concentrate primarily on safety. Items
first-come, first-served basis. The Official Event Entry Form provides        observed during the course of this inspection not in compliance with
space to indicate six (6) possible numbers of your choice. Permitted          the GCR eligibility and/or preparation limits, will be noted by the Tech
numbers range from 00 through 99. Defending National Champions                Inspector on the back of the tech card. The driver shall sign the back
have the right of refusal for car #1 in their respective class. Number one    of the tech card to only acknowledge awareness that these discrepan-
(1) will not be assigned if not chosen by the defending National              cies exist.
Champion. Changes to assigned numbers must be made prior
September 11, 2006. Car numbers shall be in strict adherence to the           9.5. The Chief Steward will resolve all matters of eligibility and/or
GCR and are subject to approval by the Chief of Timing and Scoring.           preparation non-compliance no later than ninety (90) minutes after the
Illegible numbers may not be timed or scored. In addition to having           final qualifying session Thursday, October 12, 2006. In addition, any
numbers on the end plate, all Formula Cars are encouraged to have             car impounded after its qualifying session that has a tech card bearing
numbers elsewhere on the car.                                                 the above-mentioned notations and on which the noted items are
                                                                              unchanged, will automatically be reported to the Chief Steward.
8.2. AMB TRANX 260 Transponders are required for all on-track ses-
sions. All cars must be equipped with a working transponder. If the           9.6. All cars may employ two-way radios. You may be required to
transponder fails you may not receive all lap times or scoring.               change frequencies if interference occurs with Event Officials, and/or
                                                                              track communications. Operation of radios on the following frequencies
8.3. To prevent interference with the timing and scoring equipment, no        is PROHIBITED: UHF 451.8000, 456.8000, 461.1625, 462.0500,
team or personal timing devices, or pit crew, will be allowed within the      462.15000. 463.67500, 463.8125, 464.3375, 464.5500, 464.80000,
designated area on the pit wall at the official timing line and at the fin-   464.9750, 466.1125, 468.67500, 468.8125, 469.5000, 469.5500.
ish line.
                                                                              9.7. BACK-UP CAR PROCEDURES: Any additional cars and/or chas-
9. PRE-RACE TECH INSPECTION: Tech Inspection will be held at the              sis that may be used at any time during the event shall be presented at
Registration building in the morning and at the Tech Building in the          tech. The driver shall inform the Chief of Tech of said substitution no
afternoons. Tech Inspection is on a first-come first-served basis during      later than 90 minutes before the start of the next session for that
the following hours:                                                          car/class. The Chief of Tech shall inform the Chief Steward directly or
                                                                              through the Tech Steward. The driver shall be informed that any and
Location – Registration Building (Express Tech only – see section 9.1)        all qualifying times and/or positions recorded by the driver/car combi-
Thursday            October 5           9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.                 nation prior to the substitution will be removed; the driver must re-qual-
Fri - Sun           October 6 - 8       7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.                ify, if another such session is available, or be gridded at the rear of the
                                                                              grid if qualifying has been completed.
Location – Tech Building
Fri - Sun           October 6 – 8          1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.              9.8. Formula Mazda Tire Rule: 17.1.6.F.1.e.10.(A,B,C,E), FSCCA Tire
Mon - Sun           October 9 – 15         7:45 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.              Rule: 17.1.6.A.5.13. (a,b,c) and SRSCCA Tire Rule: 17.1.5.G.13.
                                                                              (a,b,c) will not be in effect at this event. Sections of the rules not specif-
Note: No engines will be run in the Tech area at any time during              ically mentioned remain in effect.
the week, unless directed to do so by a Tech official. Please push
cars in and out of the area.                                                  9.9. SCALES: The official scales will be available to drivers/entrants for
                                                                              the purpose of weighing their cars, according to the Schedule posted
Note: Smoking is prohibited in the Tech area.              Non-licensed       at Tech, except on a not-to-interfere basis during a class impound. The
minors and pets are not allowed in the Tech area.                             scales are located in the tech building.

9.1. If your racecar does not need an annual tech and its logbook has         9.10. GRID AND PIT LANE TECH: Tech Inspectors may be conducting
no unresolved notations, you are eligible for Express Tech and do not         additional visual inspections of race cars on the Grid and on the Pit
need to present your car for Technical Inspection. After you have reg-        Lane. These inspections will be non-intrusive and items not in compli-
istered, please bring the following items to tech:                            ance will be noted and the competitor will be directed to tech at the end
1. Vehicle logbook                                                            of their session for additional inspection.
2. Helmet with a 2006 Club sticker
3. Driver’s suit                                                              9.11. TOURING, SHOWROOM STOCK, and SPEC MIATA: Tech may
4. Tech Sheet/Vehicle Declarations Page (included in Driver packet)           exchange stock OEM components with parts supplied by SCCA.

9.2. If notations exist in the logbook, the racecar needs an annual tech,     9.12. All cars shall use fuel purchased from the track as follows:
or the helmet sticker is not found, the car and/or gear shall be present-          * All SRF, Spec Miata, and Showroom Stock cars shall use
ed at Tech. All new cars requiring the issuance of a logbook shall be              Sunoco 93 Octane Unleaded.
brought to the Tech area. Cars needing Homologation shall have this                * All Touring cars, rotary engine cars, as well those cars permitted
accomplished prior to arrival at Heartland Park.                                   to use fuel per the IT requirements of GCR section 17.4.1 shall
                                                                                   use either Sunoco 93 Octane Unleaded or Sunoco 100 Octane
9.3. TECH STICKERS: The RUNOFFS® DECALS are your tech                              Unleaded. Competitors must declare which fuel they are using
inspection stickers and should be placed on both sides of the vehicle,             and mixing of fuel types is prohibited.
lower front quarter panel on full fendered cars and on either side of the          * All remaining Production, American Sedan, GT, Formula cars,
engine cover on formula cars and sports racers. In the event this place-           and Sports Racers shall use either the Sunoco 110, 112, or 116
ment is not possible, the Assistant Chief Steward of Tech will be                  Leaded. Competitors must declare which fuel they are using and
responsible for the final placement of the RUNOFFS® DECALS. NO                     mixing of fuel types is prohibited.
vehicle will be allowed to participate in this event WITHOUT the
RUNOFFS® DECALS in their proper place at ALL TIMES during the                 These fuels shall be purchased from the track, and will be tested in
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RUNOFFS® from Monday, October 9,                        accordance with the Official Runoffs® Fuel Testing Procedure. A copy
2006, through Sunday, October 15, 2006. A RUNOFFS® DECAL will                 of this procedure will be available in tech.
NOT be issued until your vehicle(s) have been approved by Tech offi-
cials.                                                                        Prior to Monday’s first session or if you have changed fuel types, at a
MINIMUM, we recommend draining your tank/cell, and then adding a            and will be heard in accordance with the provisions of Section 13., of
few gallons of your spec fuel, run the car and drain the tank/cell again.   the GCR except:
The track fuel pumps will be open Monday, October 2, through Sunday,             A. Anyone who may be involved in a protest and fails to be avail-
October 15, 2006. Hours will be posted.                                          able for the Court hearing waives their right to be heard and/or to
                                                                                 call witnesses, as all protests shall be resolved at the event.
9.13. Fuel testing for compliance with Section 9.12 may be imple-
mented during qualifying and post-race inspection. Fuel testing will be          B. Protests against the validity of an entry or the eligibility of an
available to all competitors on a voluntary basis. The scheduled times           entrant, driver or automobile, shall be lodged no later than ninety
for voluntary fuel testing will be posted at tech.                               (90) minutes after the final qualifying session for the class of car
                                                                                 being protested.
10. IMPOUND AND POST RACE INSPECTION: At the conclusion of
each race, the first six (6) cars in each class shall proceed to the tech   12.2. All decisions or penalties rendered by the Stewards of the
area. Impound passes will be issued to the driver and three crew            Meeting may be appealed.
members of the impounded cars. Additional cars may be ordered to
the tech area at the discretion of the Chief Steward. Cars shall remain     12.3. APPEALS: The Court of Appeals is listed under “Officials” and
in the tech area with a minimum of one crew member until released.          has been assigned to bring final resolution of all event disputes. As all
Crew members may leave the tech area after checking out with the            appeals shall be resolved at the event, anyone who may be involved in
Clerk of Tech and picking up a two-way radio.                               an appeal and fails to be available for the Appeal Court hearing waives
                                                                            their right to be heard and/or to call witnesses. Appeals will be handled
10.1. At the conclusion of each qualifying session, all or some of the      in accordance with GCR, Section 15., with the following exceptions:
cars in each class may be impounded. The Chief Steward may require
additional post-qualifying inspection at his/her discretion.                Appeals shall be submitted to the Competitor Services Center. The
                                                                            time limit for receipt of an appeal will be one (1) hour following
10.2. Tech inspectors may employ non-intrusive measuring devices            announcement of the First Court’s decision.
(P&G gauge, Whistler, etc.) throughout the week. Competitors should
note that these devices are used for a quick estimate of the measure-       A decision on whether or not an appeal will be heard and dispo-
ment and do not ensure that the reading will be the same as that done       sition of the fee will be fully resolved at this event.
during a detailed inspection which may occur at a later time.
                                                                            13. RACE RESULTS: Results will normally be posted within thirty (30)
10.3. During post race impound, admission to the Tech area is restrict-     minutes after the conclusion of each race at Drivers Information locat-
ed to authorized drivers, officials and crew members with proper cre-       ed at the north end of the Race Control building. Upon completion of
dentials. (See section 10. Impound and Post Race Inspection)                the event, each competitor will be mailed the final results book.

10.4. Competitors are responsible for performing required disassembly       14. RULES OF OPERATION/PITS/PADDOCK: NOTE: ALL FEES
and/or reassembly of their racecar, as well as any resulting expenses       LISTED BELOW ARE SET BY HEARTLAND PARK TOPEKA.
incurred. All competitors shall be prepared to conduct disassembly in
an expeditious manner and may be penalized for failing to do so. All        TRACK ORDINANCE: RACING ENGINES SHALL NOT BE RUN
competitors shall be under the control of Tech officials during post race   AFTER 10:00 PM OR BEFORE 6:30 AM
impound and shall comply with all directives.
                                                                            14.1. VEHICLE REGISTRATION AND RULES OF OPERATION: All
10.5. Any part found to be in non-compliance with the GCR                   utility vehicles (including golf carts, rented or personal, plus pit trolleys,
Specification Book and/or Supplemental Regulations may be retained          3 and 4 wheelers, tractors, motorbikes and mopeds) must display a
by the SCCA, Inc., and disposed of at a later date, at its discretion.      vehicle pass (sticker) that may be purchased at Registration for $50
                                                                            (vehicle passes for handicapped persons will not be charged.) The
10.6. The FIRST PLACE CAR in each class, and others at the Chief            sticker must be affixed to the registered vehicle along with car number
Steward’s discretion, will receive at least the following post-race         and class. Vehicle passes will not be required for bicycles, as BICY-
inspection: Removal of cylinder head for measurement of bore, stroke,       CLES ARE RESTRICTED TO PADDOCK AREA ONLY.
and valve size, where restricted by the rules for the class and catego-
ry. A P&G gauge, or other measuring device, may be used in place of         14.2. Non-licensed vehicles, except golf carts, rented or personnal,
cylinder head removal at the option of the Chief Steward. Teardown          and utility vehicles with an affixed vehicle pass are prohibited outside
WILL begin within forty-five (45) minutes following the conclusion of       of the paddock area. Golf carts, other personal transportation, and
post race ceremonies. Teardown is to be completed within three (3)          utility vehicles in the spectator areas are restricted to designated
hours, except for Showroom Stock, Spec Miata, Touring, and AS. The          areas.
Chief Steward may modify these procedures at his sole discretion.
                                                                            14.3. Speed limit is ten (10) miles per hour.
11. DECALS AND PATCHES: All GCR required decals and patches as
well as vehicle logbooks are available in Tech. All decals and patches      14.4. Only licensed drivers may operate pit vehicles.
required for Contingency programs will be available at the SCCA
Operations Center located at the base of the Race Control building.         14.5. Pit vehicles must be used only for essential transportation and
GCR required Driver suit patches will be checked during pre-race Tech       hauling. Use of pit vehicles without headlights after dark is pro-
Inspection.                                                                 hibited.

12. PENALTIES / PROTESTS / APPEALS: Penalties will be as stated             14.6. Reckless and dangerous driving, speeding or disregard for
in GCR section 14., except as follows: Drivers may be excluded from         pedestrians will cause revocation of the sticker and/or disciplinary
competing in the following year’s Interdivisional Championship Event.       action by the Stewards, per GCR section 14 (Penalties).
Tow Fund may not be paid to drivers/cars disqualified from the
event.                                                                      14.7. For the purpose of testing, scrubbing tires, bedding brakes, etc.,
                                                                            no race cars will be allowed to leave or use the roads within the facili-
12.1. PROTESTS: All protests shall be lodged at the Competitor              ty. The only race cars that will be allowed to be driven out of the facil-
Services Center which is located in the Race Control Building. Driver       ity will be the cars specifically used by competitors for day-to-day trans-
advisors will be available to provide assistance. Protests shall be filed   portation (i.e., Showroom Stock cars). No race cars are permitted to
be driven outside the paddock area (except as noted above).                 inspect enclosed trailers and other vehicles for race cars. Motor
REMEMBER, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACTIONS OF                            homes towing enclosed trailers will have paddock space for ALL
YOUR CREW.                                                                  VEHICLES IF THEY FIT IN THE PADDOCK SPACE. There are
                                                                            designated areas for motor homes and trailers if they cannot fit
14.8. RULES OF THE PIT LANE: The following are PROHIBITED                   within your designated paddock area.
from the pit lane: smoking, skateboards, roller skates/blades, scoot-
ers, children’s tricycles, motorcycles and all motorized two-wheeled        15. GENERAL INFORMATION: NOTE: ALL FEES LISTED
vehicles.                                                                   BELOW ARE SET BY HEARTLAND PARK TOPEKA.

14.9. Shoes which cover entire foot are required of those enter-            SMOKING IS PROHIBITED INDOORS as well as TECH, PIT
ing the Pit Lane Area. Sleeved shirts are required in the Pit Lane.         LANE & GRID.

14.10. Pets are welcome at Heartland Park Topeka. Owners are                15.1. CAMPING: Over night camping in the paddock or track-side
required to keep their pets on a leash and clean up after them.             MUST be in a legitimate self-contained motor home. NO EXCEP-
Heartland Park reserves the right to remove pets and owners that do         TIONS. Overnight tent/non self contained vehicle camping will be
not comply with the track regulations. Unruly or dangerous animals          available in designated area only.
are not allowed at any time. You are responsible for the actions of
your animal.                                                                Bonfires or open fires in approved areas only. Outdoor cooking is
                                                                            allowed, but please keep safety in mind. Fireworks are not permit-
14.11. Posting of private classified for sale sign(s) are allowed in des-   ted on the grounds of Heartland Park. Please leave the grounds
ignated areas only. Heartland Park Topeka reserves the right to             as you found them.
remove any advertisements that do not comply with these regulations
or are offensive.                                                           15.2. MOTOR HOME fee is $75 for the entire event, consisting of
                                                                            Test week and Race week. The $75 fee includes: water, (non-
14.12. Rules of the Paddock: Do not poke holes in or otherwise dam-         potable) delivery and pumping (one per week). MOTORHOME
age the hard surface of the paddock for tent stakes or for any other        SPACES WITH ELECTRICITY ARE AVAILABLE FOR $150 AND
reason. Violators will be fined and removed from the event.                 CAN BE RESERVED THROUGH WWW.HPT.COM. Once the
                                                                            team motorhome or trailer is parked in it’s assigned space in the
14.13. OIL, GAS, CHEMICALS AND ALL FLUIDS MUST BE DIS-                      paddock, there will be no relocation unless directed by the Track
POSED OF IN PROPER CONTAINERS. Special oil and fluid recla-                 Paddock Marshal. Please make your own provision for electricity,
mation stations will be accessible throughout the garage and paddock        i.e. generator.
areas. Please observe the instructions and only pour waste oil and
fluids into the appropriate containers. Should something accidentally       16. RACE/DRIVER INFORMATION: Driver Information is located
spill, please try to minimize the situation by cleaning up the affected     in the RACE CONTROL BUILDING and is the “Information
area immediately.                                                           Center” for participants. Driver Information includes qualifying
                                                                            times, race results, sound control reports, protest and appeal
14.14. PARKING: If you are participating in the Solo Nationals event        results, messages and notification of parcel delivery. Paddock
and the Runoffs®, you must notify Heartland Park Topeka of your             location of other participants may also be available. All requests
intentions so that arrangements can be made. Unless prior arrange-          for public address announcements can be made at Driver
ments have been made with Heartland Park, teams arriving prior to           Information. A satellite driver information station will be located
Sunday, October 1, 2006, may not have access to the facility.               near Tech. Only qualifying times and race results will be available
                                                                            at this location.
NOTE: Drivers/workers are permitted to stay over Sunday night,
October 15, 2006 but need to vacate by 10:00 a.m. Monday October            All parcels should be delivered to HEARTLAND PARK TOPEKA
16, 2006.                                                                   7530 S TOPEKA BLVD, TOPEKA, KS 66619 and MUST include
                                                                            name of recipient or Team name and may be picked up between
14.15. Should you desire a reserved paddock parking location,               the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at the DESIGNATED SHIPPING
parking may be reserved with your registration confirmation from            AND RECEIVING AREA. All freight deliveries will be delivered to
SCCA. There will be a link to the Heartland Park website which will         the maintenance building. Please go to Driver Information with all
have all available spaces for reservation. All spaces will be $100.         of your questions before going to Heartland Park Topeka or on site
Spaces range from 25x40 to 30x60. Each competitor may only                  SCCA offices.
reserve one spot per entry. A $25 surcharge will apply to all reserva-
tions taken over the telephone by Heartland Park Topeka. Parking will       16.1. DISABLED CAR PARKING: Disabled cars will be parked
be available on a first come first served basis for those who have not      adjacent to Tech. Removal of any automobile must be approved
previously reserved a space and/or do not wish to pay for a reserved        by the Log Book Tech Inspector.
spot.

14.16. To arrange early admission, please contact: Kyle Olberding at
kolberding@hpt.com, 800-43RACES or 785-862-4781 or HEART-
LAND PARK TOPEKA, PO BOX 19228, TOPEKA, KS 66619.

14.17. ALL vehicles must be parked within your designated paddock
spot. If the vehicle does not fit in this area it must be parked IN DES-
IGNATED OVERFLOW PARKING AREAS. Each entry will be issued
one free parking pass designated specifically for your paddock area.
This pass will allow you access to your paddock area only. All per-
sonal vehicles that are parked in “no parking areas” or that do not
have the proper parking pass for that area will be towed.

14.18. No enclosed trailer will be parked in paddock area unless one
or more race cars are inside. Parking marshals will have the right to
                                      Race Officials
Race Administration                  Pace Car Drivers                 Competitor Service Center
Marina Kraft, Nat’l Administrator    Phil Binks                       Bev Heilicher, Chief
                                     R.J. Gordy                       Dick Cole
Chief Steward                        Bob Henderson                    Dave DeBorde
Jerry Wannarka                                                        Lori Eandi
Anne Christian, ACS                  Safety Stewards                  Paul Hulseberg
                                     Stan Rider, ACS - Safety         Pat McCammon
Registration                         Howard “Duck” Allen, Assistant   Marie Nokes
Chief Registrar                      Dan Micklovic, Assistant         Mike Smith
Rusty Clayton, Nat’l Administrator   Bill Bradshaw                    Mark Walker
Asst. Chief Registrars               Jerry Casini
Marty Borgelt                        Norm Floyd                       Driver Advisors
Wanda Cecil                          Pat Gleeson                      Gary Pitts, Chief
Ann Hickey                           Glen Johnson                     Jerry Borgelt
Mary Ann Kendall                     Greg Lambert                     Barbara McClellan
Barb Luther                          Timothy Meddaugh                 Lee Carrico
Terry Roberts                        Dave Radford                     AG Robbins
Linda Rogaski                        Peter Roberts                    Mike Sauce
Sharon Rollow                        Dave Rollow
                                     Gary Van Horn                    Scrutineers
Asst. Chief - Operating              Bill Wells                       Chief Scrutineer
Barrett Braun                                                         Bill Pichardo, Nat’l Administrator
Tom Hoffman                          Stewards of the Meet             Asst. Chief Scrutineers
Ken Patterson                        Costa Dunias - Chairman, RMDiv   Lois Petersen
Jim Rogaski                          Jim Averett, SWDiv               Robert Maples
Glen Wilhelm                         Marge Binks, SPDiv               Category Supervisors
Tech Stewards                        Angelo Gazzola, CENDiv Area 5    David Badger – Fuel
Toni Creighton, ACS-Tech             Jack Hanifan, NEDiv              Frank Safranek – AS
Larry Dent                           Steve Harris, CENDiv Area 4      Karl Iochum - AS
Lyle Fisher                          Joseph Hobbs, RMDiv              Frank Diringer – GT
Jim Graffy                           Jack Kish, MWDiv                 Dale Smith – F/SR
Jack Marr                            Gary Meeker, NPDiv               Doug Gill – SS & Touring
John Mikkelson                       Fred Schmucker, SEDiv            Mike Kowalsky – Production
Irene Wells                          Kathy Barnes, NEDiv              Ty Till - SM
Skip Yocom                           Bob Corbitt, NPDiv               Bill Etherington -- Grid Tech
Stewards of the Course               Rick Mitchell, SEDiv             George Bloeser – Pit Tech
Laurie Sheppard, ACS - SOC           Linda Rogaski - Secretary        Phil Henderson - Asst Pit Tech
Kathy Barnard                        Bobbi West - SOM Secretary       William Bradley - Scales
Matias Bonnier                                                        Judy Fitch - Clerk
Fred Cummings                        Court of Appeals
Bob Eddy                             Roger Eandi - Chairman           TV Liaison
Morris Hamm
                                     Steve Limbert                    Dee Duncan
Earl Hurlbut
Pete Magneson                        Clyde Kiser                      TV Observers
Dave Pannas                          Sue Roethel - Secretary          Bill Johnson
Duane Rost                           Mike West - Alternate            David Nokes
Don Smethers                         Bob Horanski - Alternate
Sara Snider                          Lori Eandi - Assistant
Dan Talbert
Timing and Scoring                   Radio Tech                          SCCA Board of Directors
Con Peplowski, Nat’l Administrator   Nancy Foster                        Bob Introne - Area 1
Chief Timing & Scoring                                                   Brian Holtz - Area 2
Mark Waggoner                        Sound Control                       KP Jones - Area 3
Asst. Chiefs                         Chief Sound Control                 Larry Dent -Area 4
Anne Kumor                           Neil Swanson, Nat’l Administrator   Mike Engleke - Area 5
Mary Patterson                                                           Charlie Clark - Area 6
Gini Ragan                           Victory Circle                      Mike Sauce - Area 7
Jack Kolpack, AC - Results           Bonnie Pool                         Jim Christian - Area 8
                                     Annie Bonvoulior                    RJ Gordy - Area 9
Starters                                                                 John Sheridan - Area 10
Chief Starter                        Driver Information                  Andy Porterfield - Area 11
Dee Greaves, Nat’l Administrator     Sue Cowan                           Kaye Fairer - Area 12
Asst. Chief Starter                  Race Control Hospitality            Howard “Duck” Allen - Area 13
Linda Chapman                        Wilma Dunias
Bobbe Orr                                                                SCCA National Staff
John Sutton                          Club Racing Board                   President & CEO
Connie VanSchuyver                   John Martinsen - Chairman           Jim Julow
Start Judges                         Stan Clayton                        Director, Club Racing
Ed Smith                             Brian Culbertson                    Terry Ozment
Gordon Smith                         Bob Dowie                           Club Racing Events Manager
                                     Peter Keane                         Wyndi McCormick
Flagging & Communication             Russ McHugh                         Club Racing Manager
Chief Flagging                       Craig Taylor                        Deanna Flanagan
Mark Smith, Nat’l Administrator      Lauri Burkons - Secretary           Technical Services Manager
Asst. Chiefs Flagging                Mike Sauce - BoD Liaison            Jeremy Thoennes
Nancy Digh-Carbini                   Larry Dent - BoD Liaison            Technical Assistant, Club Racing
Ann Hefty                                                                John Bauer
Doug Johnson                         Heartland Park Topeka Staff         Executive Assistant
Chris Keith                          President                           Aimee Quaney
Ron Shaw                             Raymond Irwin                       Director Marketing
Ceci Smith                           General Manager/Director of         Communications
Stan Wantland                        Sales                               Eric Prill
Rich Weixler                         Bill Griffin                        Marketing Services Manager
Chief Communications                 Director of Media/Public            Melissa Flesher
Barbara Knox                         Relations                           Marketing/Communications
                                     Jamie Overocker                     Specialist
Pit and Grid                         Business Manager                    Jenny White
Chief Grid                           Nancy Irwin                         Vice President Member & Region
Gayle Lorenz, Nat’l Administrator    Event Coordinator                   Services
Co-Chiefs Pit                        Kyle Olberding                      Colan Arnold
Janet Bruce                          Information Technology/Event        Vice President Finance
Kaye Fairer                          Development                         Jeff Dahnert
                                     Mike Casey                          Manager, Region Development
Emergency Services                   Facility Director                   Mike Dickerson
Dan Kenber, Nat’l Administrator      Bernie Schmidtlein                  Webmaster/Graphic Design
Chief ES - Course Marshal            Maintenance Director                John Steflik
TBD                                  Mike Walker                         Information Technology Manager
Dispatch Communicators               Ticketing Manager                   Joel Lemon
Kelley Huxtable                      Janet Kristinat
Simone Smiljanic

Medical Chief
TBD
Chief Race Physician
Jim Butler, M.D.
                                      The 12TH Annual
                             United States RoadRally Challenge
                                    October 20-22, 2006
                                      Topeka, Kansas

OZ HAS SPOKEN – Friday, Oct. 20 – Rallymaster Mike Thompson – Oz Has Spoken is a moderate-difficulty
course rally that both veterans and newcomers will enjoy. Geared to provide great roads and interesting scenery of
rural Kansas, the rally will employ a one page per leg instruction format with course following and timing traps using
both open controls and DIYC’S.

OVER THE RAINBOW – Saturday, Oct 21 – Over the Rainbow features a standard written route instruction
format with brisk average speeds and passage controls. The beauty of the countryside and the entertainment value
of the roads will surprise you.

YELLOW BRICK ROAD – Sunday, Oct. 22 – The weekend will conclude with a relatively short, sweet, all paved
GTA tour. While the driver is busy with the roads, Rallymaster Ron Ferris has insured that navigators will have
something to do also. They will need to pay attention to find the Yellow Brick Road.

General: The USRRC will be run in compliance with the 2006 RoadRally Rules as amended by the General Instructions.
RRR’s are available in pdf format on the official SCCA web site (www.scca.com).
Pre-register: By mail, using the form below, or on the website, by signing in as a member, and clicking ‘events’.
Registration: Thursday evening, or Friday/Saturday/Sunday morning at SCCA National Headquarters.
Lodging: The ClubHouse Inn & Suites, Topeka, KS at I-70 and Wanamaker Rd. Continental breakfast included with lodging
                                                                    th
at $69 plus tax. There is a block of rooms reserved until October 10 . Call 785-273-8888, and mention SCCA to receive
discounted rates. There are many other hotels in the vicinity.
Start/Finish: For all USRRC events will be at the National SCCA Office, Building #300 B Street-Forbes Field, Topeka, KS.
Additional information: Ron Ferris, Rally Chairman (314-503-7411) – Pego Mack, Rally Manager (800-770-2055 x360).


Driver _______________________________________ Navigator ___________________________________________

Street ______________________________________ Street _____________________________________________

City/St/Zip____________________________________ City/St/Zip __________________________________________

Telephone____________________________________ Telephone _________________________________________

E-mail Address________________________________ E-mail Address ______________________________________

SCCA Region/Member # ________________________ SCCA Region/Member # _______________________________

Class/Entry type (circle a class and check an entry type for EACH event)
Oz Has Spoken:            Equipped       Limited           Stock         □ National         □ Regional
Over The Rainbow:         Equipped       Limited           Stock         □ National         □ Regional
Yellow Brick Road:        Equipped       Limited           Stock         □ National         □ Regional

Vehicle Make _______________ Model _______________ Year _______ License ________________ State _________

National Entries: $80 per event or $210 for all three events - Regional Entries: $40 per event (No Series or Lifetime Points).
Please make checks payable to: “SCCA, Inc.” and mail to SCCA, Rally Department, PO Box 19400, Topeka, KS 66619.

THE ENTRANT WARRANTS THAT AN AUTO INSURANCDE POLICY WITH LIABILITY LIMITS OF NOT LESS THAN $20,000/$40,000/$10,000 IS IN
FORCE FOR EACH VEHICLE ENTERED. IN SIGNING THIS FORM, I AGREE TO ABIDE BY ALL THE REGULATIONS AND DECISIONS OF THE
RALLY COMMITTEE. IF EITHER THE DRIVER OR NAVIGATOR IS UNDER 18, A MINOR RELEASE FORM MUST BE OBTAINED AND SIGNED BY
BOTH PARENTS IN THE PRESENCE OF THE REGISTAR OR A NOTARY PUBLIC. MINOR RELEASE FORMS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE SCCA WEB
SITE AT http://www.scca.com/_Filelibrary/File/minorreleaseform2.pdf. THIS FORM MUST BE PRINTED IN COLOR.


Signature of driver ________________________              Signature of navigator ________________________
       2006 Entry Form

                       SCCA RALLYCROSS NATIONAL CHALLENGE
                             All events are subject to change. Please see www.scca.com for current event information.
                                                                            2006 Series               **** These are tentative dates
Round #1 June 2-4, Fowlerville Fairgrounds, Fowlerville, MI         Round #3 July 7-9, Oakland Acres, Orange, VA
Round #2 June 23-25, Thunder Hill, Willows, CA                      Round #4 August 18-20, Nashville SuperSpeedWay, Lebanon, TN
                                            Round #5 Season Finale Oct 27 - 29, MPH, Hastings, NE

                                                                          please indicate which event you are attending by circling it.

                                   DRIVER INFORMATION                                                                                                    CAR INFORMATION
                                          st                    nd                       rd
Class:_________Car #: 1 ________ 2                                   _________ 3 _______                       Year:________________________ Make:_________________________
RallyStock Rear Wheel Drive ____                  Rally Prepared Rear Wheel Drive ______                       Model: _________________________ Color:______________________
RallyStock Front Wheel Drive_____                 Rally Prepared Front Wheel Drive _____                       Sponsor/Team Name: ________________________________________
RallyStock All Wheel Drive _______                Rally Prepared All Wheel Drive _______                                                                 TIRE INFORMATION
Rally Modified Two Wheel Drive ___                                                                             HOOSIER            KUMHO           HANKOOK               BFG         YOKOHAMA              FALKEN
Rally Modified All Wheel Drive _____                                                                           Other(specify) _______________________________________________
Your Name:______________________________________________                                                                                                   Car Manufacturer
Address:________________________________________________                                                        Honda                   Subaru                   Mazda                      Toyota                      Mopar
City:_______________________ State___________ Zip__________                                                     Other (specify)______________________________________________
Phone: (h)____________________ (w)________________________                                                                                              WORK PREFERENCE
                                                                                                                 Work assignments are on a first-come, first-served basis. Specialty assignments shall be
                                                                                                                made on a where-needed basis with every consideration given to the run/impound schedule.
Email: __________________________________________________
SCCA Division:__________________ Region:___________________                                                                                         Please indicate your choice:
SCCA Member #:__________________________________________                                                                         Tech                  Course                      Timing                   Grid
Emergency Contact:________________________________________                                                                                         Registration

Phone: (h)____________________ (w)_________________________
Relationship:______________________ At Event?                               Yes        No
                                                                                                                                         ENTRY FEE PAYMENT INFORMATION.
Do you have two drivers in the same car and in the same class? Yes                        No
If yes: 1. Each driver must submit a separate entry form.                                                                         Payment must be received with the entry form.
2. the “first” driver must choose a number; the “second” driver must choose the                                                ENTRY FEES                                             COST                          TOTAL
first driver's number plus 100 (ex #15 and #115)                                                                        National Series Entry Fee                                     $80.00

3. Second driver's name______________________________________________

                                 CANCELLATION POLICY:
                                                                                                                Entries Received the Thursday Prior to
                                                                                                                                                                                   Add $15.00
Cancellations received 10 days prior to the event will receive a full refund.Cancellations                                      Event
   made after the 10 days prior to the event will receive half of the entry fee paid.
 Cancellations made after the Tuesday prior to the event will not receive a refund. NO
                    EXCEPTIONS.Cancellations must be in writing.
                                                                                                                               Phone-in Entry                              Add $25.00 per event

                                                                                                                                YOUR TOTAL

                                                                                                               Check Number ______________________________________________
                                                                                                               Master Card____________________________________exp__________
                                                                                                               Visa___________________________________________exp_________
                                                                                                                     Signature __________________________________________________
 The Entrant agrees to permit the Sports Car Club of America Inc., SCCA Pro Racing Ltd, and their assigns(including but not limited to series' sponsors, and promoters/organizers of an Event), to use, license, reproduce, have
  reproduced, show, and have shown, without limitation is space or time and without cost, charge or fee Entrant's driver(s), crew members and cars, including the car(s') names(s), likeness (s), logo(s), design(s), artwork and
 other creative elements(other than rights in the name and/or likeness of the subject car(s) that are not owned or controlled by the Entrant) involved in the Event(s) in or on any medium whatsoever, including but not limited to
advertising and promotional materials, reports, broadcast and print media coverage of any type, video games, model production, software and any other form of electronic media distribution. The Entrant further acknowledges
                                                                and agrees that SCCA and/or SCCA Pro Racing may freely assign or license its rights to a third party.

                        Drivers Signature________________________________________________ Date_______________________________________________
                                          PO Box 1833, Topeka, KS 66601-1833, Attention Rally Department; 1-800-770-2055; FAX 785-232-7215
                               SCCA RallyCross National Challenge
                                   Supplemental Regulations
In addition to the 2006 SCCA RallyCross rules, the following regulations and procedures apply to the 2006 SCCA
RallyCross National Challenge. Any questions not directly answered by the regulations are defaulted to the
RallyCross rulebook and then the divisional steward and RallyCross chairman for interpretation.

Entries:
 1. All drivers shall be current SCCA members in good standing.

 2. An entry is not considered filed until the completed entry form and the entry fee have been received by the
SCCA Rally Department

  3. Entry fee is $80 through the Wednesday prior to the event.
  4. A late fee of $15 will be added to all entries submitted after 12 Midnight Central Time, the Wednesday prior
to the event.
  5. Entries shall be mailed to:
                                         SCCA RallyCross Ntl. Challenge
                                                     PO. Box 1833
                                               Topeka, KS 66601-1833
Or fax'd to 785) 232-7215
Or entered Online at www.scca.com

 6. Cancellations received 4 days prior to the event shall receive a full refund. Cancellations made after the 4
days prior to the event will not receive a refund. NO EXCEPTIONS. Cancellations must be in writing.
Timing and Scoring:
 1. All corrections, i.e. name, class, car number, must be submitted to Timing and Scoring prior to the start of
the first run.

 2. Car identification numbers are assigned by the SCCA on a first come, first serve basis. The entry form
provides space to indicate three (3) possible numbers of your choice. Numbers must be placed on both sides of
the car. Car numbers are limited to three digits.

 3. To prevent interference with the timing and scoring equipment and personnel no team or crew will be allowed
within the designated timing and scoring area and start and finish lines.

  4. All runs will be scored. The winner is determined by the lowest cumulative time. If a competitor does not
finish a run (DNF) they will receive the time of the slowest competitor in their class for that run who has not
DNF'd plus 10 seconds. If in the opinion of the Event Steward, the slowest class time is abnormally long when
compared to the rest of the class times, the next slowest time may be used to determine the DNF score. Drivers
with mechanical difficulty shall have ten minutes after the car is scheduled to start to present a car at the start
line, drivers may take one mechanical delay per run group.
Penalties
 10 seconds will be given for starting prior to the starter's signal for "Go"

 10 seconds or DNF for uncorrected deviation from the course at the discretion of the Event Steward

 10 seconds or DNF for unnecessarily delaying the event at the discretion of the Event Steward.


 Run order must be maintained. Trying to get out of order shall be considered a delay and penalized as such.
A delay of over 30 seconds shall be considered a DNF.

 All penalties are subject to the Event Steward's review. Additional penalties may be added or assigned penalties
removed at the Event Steward's discretion.
Pre-Race Tech Inspection:
 1. All competition vehicles must pass the pre-event safety/tech inspection.

 2. No vehicle will be allowed to participate without the safety/tech inspection sticker on the driver's side
windshield upper corner.

 3. The Event Steward will resolve all matters of eligibility and/or preparation non-compliance. Each class will
hold a mandatory class inspection prior to the start of each day of the event where class competitors may inspect
all the other vehicles in their class and question eligibility at that time. The Steward will make the final
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determination of eligibility at that time.    Class inspection times will be posted on the official notice board-
attendance is mandatory for all drivers.

Required Decals
 1. All competition vehicles must display the SCCA RallyCross windshield banner (this will be given out at
registration) on the uppermost portion of the windshield and the SCCA RallyCross National Challenge sticker on
both sides of the car. Also tech decals from RallyCross Performance Specialties.

 2. Additional event sponsor decals shall be placed on the vehicle where appropriate or as requested by the
sponsor if possible.

Rules of the Paddock
 1. Competition vehicles being worked on in the paddock area must have a tarp placed under the vehicle to
prevent contamination of the paddock area. It is recommended that all cars in the paddock area have a tarp
placed underneath.

 2. Do not pour gas or oil on the ground anywhere on the facility.

 3. Pets must be on leashes at all times.

Safety
 1. A speed limit of 10 mph will be enforced at the event site including the service area and grid.

 2. Children and pets are allowed on the event site. During active competition children under 12 and pets are
not allowed in the grid, staging or course area. Pets must be leashed at all times.

 3. Refueling cars must be accomplished with an assistant and fire extinguisher.

 4. Photographers desiring to enter a course area must be approved by the Event Steward and they must be
accompanied by a spotter. This spotter may not be a course worker at that location. Minors may not be
photographers or spotters on course.

 5. All incidents involving injury and/or property damage occurring on the event site or felt associated with the
event must be reported as soon as possible to the Event Safety Steward or Event Chairman.

Driver's Meeting
There will be a driver's meeting Saturday of the event. Changes to the Supplemental Regulations and other items
of information as well as the names of all event officials will be included in the material provided at on site
registration, or posted at Registration. IT IS THE COMPETITOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK AT
REGISTRATION AND THE POSTING AREA FOR CHANGES TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL REGULATIONS.

Entrants as Workers
All competitors are required to work the event. Workers shall report to the Chief of Course before the beginning
of the last run of the run group prior to their assigned work group. Failure to work will result in additional work
assignments or disqualification, as decided by the Event Steward.

First run workers should report as soon as possible after the group technical inspection.

Category/Class           RUN ORDER         4 groups         WORK GROUP
Rally Stock
SR                              1                                  3
SF                              1                                  3
SA                              2                                  4
Rally Prepared
PR                              2                                  4
PF                              3                                  1
PA                              3                                  1
Rally Modified
M2                              4                                  2
M4                              4                                  2

Run order within the classes will be determined by draw with the two driver teams having the primary driver
draw and the secondary driver entering the order where reasonable time is allowed for the driver swap.

Awards
Awards will be given based    on the list below. Awards will be ordered based on the entry list 14 days prior to the
event. If additional awards   are needed they will be mailed to the winners after the event.
         1 -3      Vehicles   1 award
         4 -6      Vehicles   2 awards
         7 - 10 Vehicles      3 awards
         10 - 15 Vehicles      4 awards
         16 - 25 Vehicles      5 awards

Shootout for Class Winners (optional if a auto sponsor is provided)
The class winners will have the opportunity to compete against each other in a shoot-out at the end of the
competition. The winners will use their own cars and a handicap system to determine the winners. In some
cases an auto dealer may provide a matched set of vehicles to determine a Class Winner Shootout at the end of
the event on Sunday. Class winners are encouraged to participate in this event.


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