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SCCA Time Trials

Welcome to the SCCA landing, here you'll find all the information you need to get started racing. From build guides, current builds, and even the real SCCA rules, it can all be found here!

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Banned Cars

Including, but not limited to; regardless of class


 

AMG Transport Dynamics

M12S Warthog

Forza Edition Cars (All)

Hoonigan

Hoonicorn (All)

Hoonitruck

Hot Wheels (All)

Welcome Pack (All)

Vintage Car

Getting Started

Step 1. If you have a car you want to use, first make sure it’s not on the banned list (above). 

 

Step 2. Read the description, eligibility requirements, and exclusion list for each category (Sport, Tuner, Prepped, Max, Unlimited) to determine where you think your car fits, or which category you would like to be in. 

 

Step 3. Once you find the category you will be racing in, you need to determine the class. Sport and Tuner have classed by performance, whereas Prepped, Max, and Unlimited are classed by weight and displacement. Make sure your car is stock before proceeding.

   

    3a. For Sport and Tuner, check the list of cars that are already classed to find your car. If you don’t have a car chosen, see if there is one in the list you would like to use. If you don’t see your car listed in a class or on the exclusion list, it doesn’t mean you can’t use it; that just means that it hasn’t been classed yet.

 

    3b.  For Max-Option 1, check the list of cars that are already classed to find your car. If you don’t have a car chosen, see if there is one in the list you would like to use. If you don’t see your car listed in a class or on the exclusion list, it doesn’t mean you can’t use it; that just means that it hasn’t been classed yet.

 

    3c. For Prepped, Max-Option 2, and Unlimited, first check to make sure your car meets the eligibility requirements. Once you’re in the right category, check your car’s displacement to see which class you are eligible to be in. Make sure you calculate corrected displacement if your car has forced induction (turbo/supercharger). Once you’ve calculated that and determined your class, make sure your car meets the minimum weight requirement. If it is under the weight requirement, your car moves up a class. 

 

Step 4. Build your car according to the upgrade restrictions listed in each category. For Prepped, Max-Option 2, and Unlimited, make sure you are still within your class when adjusting displacement, aspiration, and weight. If your car exceeds the displacement or weight restrictions, then you move up a class. *The top class in Prepped does have a limit, so you cannot exceed that as there is no class to move up to. 

 

Step 5. Add a two digit number to the side of your car. It can be as simple as possible, just make sure it’s large enough and visible while driving. If the number is below 10, use a 0. 


Step 6. Submit your build for approval using the link on the first page of this document.

 

Contact OMGWTHEBBQ to request to have your car classed.