SCCA Licensing School
Thursday, April 1, 2021
through Saturday, April 3, 2021
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
SCCA Licensing School
April 1 through 3 at the legendary Summit Point Raceway, the once a year SCCA Racing License school will teach you how to race wheel-to-wheel with the best of them. This is by far the Best Bang for your Buck race school in the country.
Throughout the weekend you will alternate between classroom instruction, "Green Flag" sessions on track, and one-on-one coaching. After completing the school you'll receive a SCCA novice permit which can be used to enter any SCCA regional race. After completing 3 races you'll recieve a full competition license that can be renewed for life.
No prior experience is neccessary, but a basic understanding of car control and the driving line is advised. You'll need to know how to drive a manual transmission, but if you don't know how to heel/toe you'll get to learn during the school.
This fee listed includes the school registration fees and arrive and drive Spec Miata racecar rental (gas, tires, brakes, trackside support and hospitality, additional coaching, and Saturday/Sunday lunch). Not included is transportation and lodging, but options for the group will be provided.
Thursday 7:30pm Mandatory Classroom session
Friday 8am-5pm Alternating track and classroom sessions
Saturday 8am-4:15pm Alternating track and classroom sessions
$2,850 entry+car, Members must register and pay $199 entry fee directly on motorsportreg.com
How much experience do I need? - No experience required, but you should be a competent driver and know the basics of car control and the racing/driving line on track. We'll hold several Simulator room training sessions in advance of this school to learn these principles as well.
How much seat time will I get? - TONS, you can expect several hours of seat time Saturday and Sunday.
What Safety equipment do I need? - Club racing these days is an extremely safe sport due to the advancements of safety equipemnt and roll cage design. You'll be expected to your own personal safety gear. Helmet, hans device,suit, shoes, socks, nomex underwear that meet current specifications. There is a range of safety gear available for every racing budget. While gear usually isn't cheap, it's an investment that will last you many years if you take care of it. Our local race shop is Stable Energies in NJ, CCC members get 10% off in-store purchases.
Who provides the car and trackside? - CCC's racing partner Windsor Customs based out of Summit Point has been providing CCC trackside support for several years. They've built over 100 spec miata race cars, worked with SCCA for car class development, and know all the little tricks to setup a car to go Fast. Besides providing the race car to rent, their 18 wheeler Race Semi provides a nice place to cool off and relax when not on track.
More Questions? contact Zac Moseley.