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December 16, 2022
The SCCA National Office is closed for the holidays (with the doors unlocking once more on Jan. 2, 2023), but while the SCCA Staff’s away, we figured the membership should be able to play. To that end, we’ve compiled a slew of videos for you to enjoy, photos to peruse, and – because this is motorsports – there’s a waiver to sign first.
Other than we’re not.
The following six topics containing one waiver, roughly 30 videos, and thousands of photos should be enough to keep you out of trouble until the SCCA Staff returns on Jan. 2, 2023.
For every SCCA event you attend, you end up signing a Club waiver. Stop the insanity!
Head to the SCCA Member Account Portal and submit your application for your annual waiver. That’s right – with this form, you fill out one waiver and walk away. You could say it’s the Ron Popeil of waivers – you set it and forget it.
Did you know that with the help of Mazda, SCCA produces numerous videos each year profiling notable members just like you – and for some of you, we profiled you!
There’s a slew of members you can get to know through this series of videos – and for 2022, the list was as long as it is fascinating. Here’s just a few of the highlights from the last 12 months, with more to come!
Nick and Ron Johnston Caleb Rosario
For more, check out SCCA’s YouTube channel.
Another video series SCCA produces is called the SCCA Shop Manual Presented by Hoosier Racing Tire. In this video series, we speak to members and industry experts to eke out a bit of the knowledge residing in their brain.
“Snackable” in length, it’s possible to binge the entire 2022 Shop Manual series with just a few beverages at your side. With the knowledge you’ll gain from these talented members, you’re guaranteed to be faster in the coming year.*
(* Increased speed and/or improved results definitely not guaranteed.)
The links below aren’t all the videos we released in 2022. Head to SCCA’s YouTube channel for more.
Track Walk Secrets Race Car Numbers How-To
Data Acquisition Tricks In-Car Cameras at the Track
Am I Ready for a Track Day? Racetrack Road Trips
Brake Bias Tips Tuning with Swaybars
They say pictures are worth a thousand words – we decided to put that to the test. In 2022, we posted an interactive collage made up of roughly 100 photos from both the 1980s themed Tire Rack SCCA Solo National Championships and the (impromptu hurricane-themed) National Championship Runoffs.
If you couldn’t be at these events, the photos in the links below offer a feel of the adventure and excitement you missed. For those who were there, these collages will let you relive the glory days of just a few months ago.
100 Images: 2022 Solo Nats 100 Images: 2022 Runoffs
If you participated in the 2022 National Championship Runoffs as a driver, worker, crew, or spectator, take a gander at these images from the Sept. 24-Oct. 2, 2022, Runoffs at VIRginia International Raceway.
Many of the images are utterly free! Others are so affordable they’re as good as free. There’s also a package deal where you can buy every image of a particular driver for as little as $150!
Photo packages will be processed once the SCCA Staff returns to the office in January.
The Sept. 24-Oct. 2, 2022, SCCA National Championship Runoffs at VIR was a blast! With the remnants of Hurricane Ian rolling through during the race weekend, all 26 National Championship races were anyone’s game, with Mother Nature throwing curveballs. Inclement weather or not, SCCA’s racers didn’t give in, with amazing battles ensuing.
Regardless of whether you’re working this week, these 26 races are a must-watch experience.
If you only have a few minutes to spare, check out the 2022 Runoffs event recap:
The SCCA Staff will return to the office on Jan. 2, 2023. We hope you and yours have the best of holidays – we’ll see you at an event soon!
January 6, 2023
The year has only just begun, but believe it or not, the Tire Rack SCCA Time Trials National Tour Powered by Hagerty (TTNT) season is already underway. No, a 2023 […]