Dixie Region SCCA
2019 Results.
February 3 FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 08FEB2019 21:00]
March 3 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 05MAR2019 15:20]
April 7 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 08APR2019 21:50]
April 28 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 29APR2019 21:05]
May 26 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 28MAY2019 18:32]
June 23 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 23JUNE2019 15:20]
July 14 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 14JULY2019 19:20]
August 18 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 18AUG2019 23:32]
September 22 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 27SEPT2019 19:17]
MID SEASON STANDINGS [Updated 21OCT2019 12:50]
November 3 FINAL PRO FINAL PAX RAW [Updated 04NOV2019 17:56]

Event results are subject to audit and may change.
Notice a mistake in the results? Please contact Tracy Lewis.

2018 Results.
February 4
February 25
     Dixie Champ Tour CLASS Results
     Dixie Champ Tour INDEX Results
April 15
April 29
May 20
June 17
July 15
August 19
September 16
November 4
     Dixie Spooky Shootout Goblin Bracket (Top)
     Dixie Spooky Shootout Ghouls Bracket (Second)
December 2
2017 Results.
January 29
February 26
April 2
April 30
May 21
June 18
     2017 Mid Year Points by Class
July 23
August 20
September 24
November 5
     Bonus Shootout Ladder
     Club Shootout Ladder
     Super Shootout Ladder
December 3
     AvA Champion Tabulation Sheet
2016 Results.
January 17
February 7
April 3
May 15
June 5th
June 26th
July 24th
August 21st
September 25th
November 5th
     Club Shootout Ladder
     Super Shootout Ladder
December 4th - Allies vs Axis
2015 Results
January 18
February 15
May 3
May 24
June 28
July 26
August 23
September 20
October 4
November 1      Shootout Brackets
December 6


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Reviewing event result timesThe PAX (Professional Auto-X) Index has been used by SCCA and other clubs for years. It is a handicapping system that attempts to account for performance differences between car classes, allowing the drivers' performances to be compared. A PAX factor is assigned to each class; the faster the class, the higher the factor. The fastest cars have a PAX factor of 1.000; other PAX factors are a percentage based on performance potential relative to the fastest cars. Each driver's actual time around the course is multiplied by their car's PAX factor to calculate their PAX time. This PAX time is also called their indexed time or factored time. PAX times can then be compared across classes.

The RTP (Racers Theoretical Performance) index is a separate set of indexes, calculated from different events, but basically similar.

In 2002 both of these indexes were combined when a revised index was created called PAX/RTP. The PAX/RTP Index was developed and is maintained by Rick Ruth of Missouri and reflects study of results from over 200 nationwide Solo events including, the Tire Rack® Solo National Championships, National Tour, Atlanta Region, Chicago Region, California Sports Car Club, Central Florida Region, Great American Solo Series, Hawaii Region, Houston Region, Midwest Divisional Series, Milwaukee Region, New England Region, Northwest Region, Northern New Jersey Region, Oregon Region, Philadelphia Region, San Francisco Region, San Diego Region, South Jersey Region, St. Louis Region, Tri-State Sports Car Council, Texas Region, Washington DC Region, Wisconsin Autocrossers Inc., and many others.

Information about the 2018 PAX/RTP is posted and maintained at Solo Performance Specialties RTP-PAX Page.



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