This is a discussion on how to get into racing/drifting within the Motorsports Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by EJ257 Without an SCCA membership, I think it's like ~/day. You can put two "day passes" towards ...
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ScoobyDMC #003 Blobeye Syndicate #10
2004 WRX Sedan PSM 5MT Tactrix Stage 2+ Blouch TD04 19T @ 21 psi
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Well you are either terrible drivers or chicken......
Arrive and drive is cool if you can do that. But I have to admit - half the fun for me is modding my car/adjusting myself (except for things like Wheel bearings - thanks Sean/Vigilant!), and seeing how fast I can be on what I've done to the car.
Super fun for me.
See if your local clubs/regioin have a forum. Post there and folks will help point you in the right direction. Generally, local clubs love when new people come out to an event (unless you act like an ass). Check out the scca website to find your local region. Sometimes the local region site will also have links to some of the local clubs.
Cost wise. Here you can run for as little as $20 in the local clubs. $30 for scca events (member) and $45ish? for non member.
Anyway, if you choose autox, just show up (early) and tell them you are new. They'll most likely take you on a novice walk and set you up with someone to ride along as you like. They'll also help you class your car.
Stink-eye Mob #17
2013 WRX STi Sedan