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- Blower Newsletter
April 19, 2021
When it comes to getting out on a road course, SCCA offers three ways car enthusiasts can experience the fun of driving on a dedicated race track. From the entry level Track Night in America series of events, to Time Trials competitions, and the most recent Club Racing Experience that prepares drivers for full wheel-to-wheel racing action, there are plenty of opportunities and ways to get out and have #funwithcars.
However, for those new to SCCA and motorsports, understanding the differences between each of these events may be difficult. So we’re here to break it down and make it simple. Two easy to understand charts that quickly answer the questions about what’s similar and what’s different.
The one thing all three events have in common is that they are held on dedicated road racing courses. Unlike Rally events that are on rally tracks (dirt and gravel courses) or Autocross events that are typically held on parking lots or airport tarmacs; CRE, Time Trials, and TNiA are all scheduled at tracks like Thompson Speedway, Lime Rock Park, or Palmer Motorsports Park.
Beyond that, some aspects of each event may crossover across multiple formats, and others might be completely unique to that one specific event. In this chart, we look at:
The last comparison touches on costs, time, and equipment needs to participate.
Words by Melissa Introne
January 6, 2023
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