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    Registered User abhiwan's Avatar
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    questions about scca

    This summer there are a couple of goals i have.
    1. motorcycle licence
    2. get involved in auto-x
    3. (OT)learn how to read EKG's
    4. lose 30lb's

    I need some help on #2, i'm completely new to this. I was on the SCCA website and its 75 bucks to join, before i pay the fee, i'm having trouble understanding what exactly i get access to once i join.

    will i be able to go to test and tune days at Lime Rock or other race tracks around my area? or is there something else involved to do that? will i be able to participate in SOLO events in my area with this 75 dollar fee?

    thanks guys
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    Well, do you just want to do AutoX events or do you want to take your car to the track also?

    You would be in the New York Region of the SCCA. I would check out their website for info on upcoming events.

    You don't need to have a membership in AutoX. Most regions do give you a discount if you are a member. Usually $25-30 instead of $35-40. If you attend even half of the events or so it will pay for your membership.
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    I am in the Misery Bay Region in NW PA and I am sure the membership is close to the same in your area. You can participate in Auto-x events whether you are a member or not, you will get discounts on the solo events if you are a member. and like he said above if you go to half the events this year it will be worth your while. As a member you will also be able to go to the track race days at local circuits. Your region may offer test/tune days but you will need to read up on what your local perks are.
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    thanks for the info guys. i'm looking into it.
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    I'm in Ct and I autocross with a couple of clubs, neither do you have to be a member of, or a member of scca for that matter. I run with Fairfield Co. Sports Car Club primarily, and they're a lot of fun. The only problem is our lot was in Waterbury before, not a bad ride, and the new lot we run in is in Plainfield, almost in RI. check out these clubs

    www.fcscc.com
    http://www.wscc.org/
    http://www.psccny.com/
    http://www.nyr-scca.com/
    www.cartct.com
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