Attached is the 2015 season annual report for the SEDIV Time Trial program. CCR has established itself as a leading SCCA region in time trial during 2015 with two hillclimb events and two track events, including Charlotte Motor Speedway. We had a great season that took us to the coast with a season ending, double points event at Roebling and started off in Alabama at TGPR. I look forward to seeing many of you at this year's events. Our schedule for 2016:
- Talladega GP Raceway, April 9-10 - Carolina Motorsports Park, May 30 - Dragon X, June 11-12 - Charlotte MS, August 12 - Barber MS Park, August 27-28 - TGPR II, October 1-2 - Roebling, November 19 & 20 (Double event)
I hope to see you all there!!
Shane Findlan ~ SEDIV TT Administrator 2015 SEDIV TT BSP Champion 1986 BSP #96 Corvette (TT & Hillclimb) ~&~ #99 Ford Fiesta E/P Solo >> "Nearly all problems can be solved with application of more Power!!!"
:)Time Trials (level 3)usually consist of approximately 15 minute track sessions. Level three will have cars on track from about 8:30 am until around 4 pm with a lunch break around noon. Hillclimbs (level 4)have groups that run up the course one at a time with intervals between each car and can have 3-4 cars on course at the same time. When the group has completed their run to the top, then all cars will return to the start and the next group will run.Depending on the number of entries and how long the course is and possible delays, Time Trial drivers enjoy about 60 minutes or more track time each day. Level three (track) usually get 3-6 run sessions per day and Hillclimbs (level 4) can be 3-10 runs per day. PDX,Performance Driving Experience events (level 2)(getting a new name soon)events are run during a level 3 T.T. or during down time on a road race weekend and alternate with other types of run sessions. Events in the South East Div. are one to two days durations and usually held on weekend days except for the two one day level 3 CCR events that are run on a Monday (Memorial Day) and a Friday in mid August during a road race test day. Entry fees can run from 150-300 per event. SCCA membership is required and license application for level 3 up, no competition license needed for PDX but there are instruction requirements for Novice drivers. PDX cars are self inspected and TT competition cars are event staff inspected for safety but not preparation limits rule compliance which is conducted via a driver protest process.Check out the event supplemental docs posted on each regions website or www.motorsportreg.com for specific information.