Solo / Autocross
Autocross Event #6 – The Phantom Cone
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2021 Texas Region Autocross Schedule
|Sun.||March 7||SCCA #1 - Solo Memorial||Lone Star Park
|Sun.||March 21||SCCA #2 - A New Road Course||Eagles Canyon Raceway|
|Sun.||July 25||SCCA #3 - The Cones Awaken||Lone Star Park|
|Sun.||August 8||SCCA #4 - ECR Strikes Back||Eagles Canyon Raceway|
|Sun.||August 22||SCCA #5 - Return of the Cones||Lone Star Park|
|Sun.||September 26||SCCA #6 - The Phantom Cone||Lone Star Park|
|Sun.||October 3||SCCA #7 - Attack of the Cones||Lone Star Park|
|Sun.||November 14||SCCA #8|
Valet Lot - The last Cone
|Lone Star Park|
***2021 Helmet Certification Label Chart*** Your helmet must have one of these labels visible. The DOT standard (FMVSS 218) alone is NOT sufficient!
2021 Texas Region Solo Entry Fees
SCCA Members: $45
Non SCCA Members: $60
Road Course event(s) $15 additional for all entries
Solo School 80.00 (non-member, $90.00)
Note 1: Non-member fee includes $15.00 weekend membership.
Note 2: $20.00 Solo School discount for those that do annual pre-registration.
Note 3: On-site registration will incur an additional late entry fee of $5.00.
Texas Region Approximate Event Schedule7:30am – 8:30am…. Registration & Tech Inspection Open 8:00am (approx)….. Course open for walking 8:45am (approx)….. Novice Walk Thru 9:15am (approx) ….. Mandatory Drivers Meeting 9:30am (approx)….. 1st heat Drivers in Grid, 1st heat Workers on course, First Car Out! Karts The SCCA Solo Department has suspended the Formula Junior program in its entirety and will be re-introducing a modified program to select regions only during 2021, as a pilot program requiring specific and detailed training and licensing as well as site approval by the Divisional Solo Safety Steward. Texas Region does not have venues available that are suitable for junior karts and thus will not be offering this program for the foreseeable future. In the event this situation changes, the Texas Region Formula Junior program would follow the National Solo Formula Junior rules.
Car / Class Registration: Make sure your registration for this event lists the car you will be driving during the event. If you signed up for Annual Registration or pre-registered for this event and need to change your car/class, check in during Registration and one of the workers will help you.Novices: Novices compete with open classes. If you register in Novice class, please make sure to include “N” with your class letters/numbers. Novices: Novices compete with open classes. If you register in Novice class, please make sure to include “N” with your class letters/numbers. Helmets: If you have your own helmet, check label information here to confirm it is valid for competition per the SCCA National Your helmet must have one of these labels visible. The DOT standard (FMVSS 218) alone is not sufficient. If your helmet is not valid when going through Tech Inspection, it will be held until the end of the event. Loaner helmets will be available at Grid. Paddock & Grid locations: Paddock at Bus Lot events, will be the large parking lot just North of the Bus Lot (corner of Victory Circle & Allison Ave). Grid location will be on the Bus Lot on the Northwest corner. Additional Grid information will be provided at the drivers meeting. Timing: Live Timing results uploaded as they are scored throughout the day. You’ll be able to view live results with your smart phone, tablet or computer during the event.Live results during the event will be available at: sololive.texasscca.org Passengers: Passengers are allowed at Texas Region SCCA Solo events. Any passengers not registered for the event as a competitor must become a weekend member of SCCA and wear an SCCA wristband. There is no charge for passenger weekend membership. The weekend membership form can be completed on-site at the event. General spectators (non-competitors/non-passengers) will still need to sign the regular waiver and must wear a non-competitor/non-passenger wristband. Texas Motor Speedway Policies: Texas Motor Speedway prohibits all firearms on their property, including concealed carry.Texas Motor Speedway prohibits drones, quadcopters, or any other type of remote control devices. Minors: Minors are allowed on site (except in Grid) with adult supervision at all times. Parent/guardian must be on site and sign the appropriate waiver. FAQ’s: If you’re new to Texas Region Solo events, please take a moment to look thru our Frequently Asked Questions page before the event: texasscca.org/solo-faq/