Texas Region Supps
Texas Region Time Trials events are governed by our regional Supplemental Rules in addition to the National Time Trials classing. These supps provide details on how the regional program is run, how the board and its members operate, and specific details regarding the seasonal points championship.
Open wheel cars are NOT permitted at any Texas Region Time Trials events.
Click here: 2023 Supps Document
The Texas Region Time Trials program uses the SCCA National Time Trials classing. Visit the National Time Trials website for classing information. If you need further assistance, you can contact any member of the Texas Region Time Trials board.
I have a Road Race car. Can I participate in a Time Trials event? Yes! With some exceptions, many Road Race classes are eligible to participate in any regular Texas Region SCCA Time Trials event. Please see the list below for eligible classes and their Time Trials equivalent.
Unfortunately some classes are specifically excluded from participation because their performance significantly exceeds even the fastest of our region Time Trial cars. Additionally, open wheel cars that are not already explicitly classed in the National Time Trials rules are not eligible for participation.
- Time Trials “Unlimited 1” Class: GT3, GTX, GTA, AS, T1, T2, T3, T4, STU
- Time Trials “Unlimited 2” Class: GTL, IT all, STL, P all, SM, B-Spec, SP, SPB
- Excluded: GT1, GT2
All Texas Region SCCA Time Trials events adhere to the SCCA National Time Trials “Level 1” safety rules. Details on this rule-set can be found on the National Time Trials website here.
Tech Form & Helmet Rules
Click here for the Tech Form
Texas Region follows the ‘Level 1’ safety rules for all Time Trials events. You can see the list of approved helmets on the National website here. For an alternative graphical view, you can view the Solo helmet rules here.