Dixie Region SCCA
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Dixie Region Solo 2019 Event #10

2019-10The time for tricks or treats has come and gone. Shake off those ghosts and ghouls in Dixie this Fall and join us for our Annual Shootout Event (Modified Match Tour Rules)!!

What are you waiting for!? The Registration Link is available via our Event Schedule Page.

Registration opens September 23, 2019 at 8:00 AM EDT and closes November 2, 2019 at 16:59 EDT.

Dixiegrass Series Concludes at Hunt Stagefield

2019-07The 2019 Dixiegrass Series drew to a close on Sunday, July 14, 2019, at Hunt Stagefield. This series reinforced the continuing partnership between the Dixie and Wiregrass Regions of the SCCA. This final event provided much excitement, even BEFORE competitors arrived on-site! See below for the final series points totals!

Dixiegrass Points Series Finale
Dixie Total Points: 3812.42
Wiregrass Total Points: 2787.98

Thank you Wiregrass Region SCCA for all of your hardwork and grand competition in this Series. See you again in 2020?

Dixie Solo 2018 AutoX Season COMPLETE

2018-11What an incredible way to wrap-up the 2018 Dixie SCCA Solo Season. Thanks to everyone who participated this year.

If you haven't joined us yet, what are you waiting for? Find Your Fun and join us soon for some #FUNWITHCARS! Stay tuned for an announcement regarding our Year-End Awards Banquet!

Click here for more information regarding our 2019 Event Schedule.

Pictured at Right, Top to Bottom: 2019 CPL National Champion Tracy Lewis, CAM-T Trophy Winner Rob Ippolito, 2019 R2 Pro Solo Champion Robert Lewis.

2019 PAX/RTP Factors

PAX can best be described as a relative index for Solo, much the same way a handicap rating is given in the game of golf. PAX indexes are based on results from over 500 Solo Events around the Country in 2018, including the SCCA National Championships. How strong a class performs compared to all the other classes represented determines the PAX indexes. A Modified is considered the fastest class and has a PAX of 1.00. All other PAX indexes are a percentage of that. The 2019 PAX/RTP are calculated by Rick Ruth and can be viewed here.

Car Numbers and Class Letters

Lately there has been some discussion about displaying car numbers and class letters on cars for our local Dixie Solo events. Bottom line is your car needs to be appropriately numbered and lettered with your class so the grid, starter, workers and timing and scoring can read them. This helps keep the event moving along which translates into more seat time. Some use reusable vinyl magnets, shoe polish, masking tape, reusable static cling vinyl (for plastic cars panels), or permanent adhesive number/letter decals. The SCCA rulebook spells it out in Section 3.7 VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION: “All vehicles must display numbers and class letters on both sides (of the car), which must be readable by Timing and Scoring, Course, and Grid workers at all times.”  The rules go on to explain the  “numbers and letters must be a minimum of 8” high with a 1.25” stroke. Class letters must be a minimum of 4” high with a 0.75 stroke. In all cases, the height of the class letters must be between 25% and 75% of the height of the numbers.”

Car numbers and class lettersFor most of us the convenient numbering system is with reusable flexible vinyl magnets. You can make your own or purchase them. To make your own simply purchase flexible magnetic vinyl sign material online or from a local sign shop. In Tallahassee, many of us go to Apogee Signs. Apogee applied the large decals to the new Dixie orange trailer.  The magnetic vinyl material is usually sold in 24” wide sheets by the foot. One or two feet will be plenty to make a set of numbers and letters at a cost of about $10 to $20. The standard color is white but is available in a rainbow of colors for an extra cost depending on the supplier. Or scuff up the white vinyl magnet material with Scotch Bright pad and paint it any color with some spray paint for plastic. Vinyl magnetic material is sold in various thicknesses – thin (0.020”), medium (0.030”) and thick (0.060”). Thin is best used for refrigerator magnets and too light for car numbers. Thick can be too heavy and tends to fall or blow off the door. Medium thickness  (0.030” or 1/32”) is best for car number and letter use.

If you’d rather keep things simple and purchase decals online look no further than SPS Solotime. SPS offers an assortment of number and letter materials in all sorts of combinations, colors, sizes, and fonts.

So keep your car numbered and lettered well enough for all to see and help keep events rolling along.

Prepay and Register Online, Save $5

Reminder: Save five bucks by prepaying and registering online for all Dixie Region sanctioned events. It also helps everyone speed through registration check-in the day of the event. It?s fast, easy, and means we can get started earlier and offer more seat time for everyone. You can find all the 2019 Solo dates and locations on the Event Schedule page. The REGISTER NOW link will take you to the MotorsportReg website to prepay and register online. Do it!


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The Club encourages online Pre-Registration at MotorsportReg.com for Dixie Region sanctioned Solo events. Visit our Event Registration page for event and registration information.

Get Involved in the Region!

Membership meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month. All Region members, guests and interested parties are welcome to attend so please join us. There are

New to Autocross Racing?

New to Autocross Racing?The Dixie Region SCCA welcomes and encourages newcomers to Solo autocrossing to participate in our Novice Program. Read more on the "Your First Event" page.

Keep Your SCCA Contact Information Up-to-Date

In order to get the word out to all of our members about upcoming elections and special events, we need current mailing and e-mail addresses. If you've changed addresses in the last year, please get in touch with the national office and update your information. You can also go to the SCCA Web Site, register with the site, and update the information yourself.




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