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RallyCross Event #5 - Milwaukee Region SCCA

Event Requirements

Registration closed June 8, 2020 9:00 AM at 2020-06-08T07:00:00-0700 Registration ends June 8, 2020 9:00 AM at 2020-06-08T07:00:00-0700 Registration opens May 8, 2020 5:00 AM at 2020-05-08T03:00:00-0700 Registration runs from May 8, 2020 5:00 AM to June 8, 2020 9:00 AM

Basic Event Guidelines and Safety

  1. A valid drivers license is required in order to participate, please bring drivers license with you to registration.  Temporary permits are allowed if parent/guardian remains present while driving.
  2. Please note that the following types of vehicles are currently not eligible to compete: ATVs, UTVs, side-by-sides, Trophy Trucks, Crosskarts, Formula Cross, and Legend cars and tube frame vehicles.  Please consult the SCCA RallyCross Rulebook Article 3.1.  
  3. All vehicles must pass safety inspection on the following points prior to running: working seat belts, throttle return action, secure battery, no excessive oil or antifreeze leaks, adequate brake pedal, tire condition, tie-rods, and wheel bearings.
  4. All loose items, snap-on hubcaps, detachable fender skirts, speaker boxes, center caps, and trim rings must be removed.
  5. Closed toe shoes are required (no sandals or flip-flops) while driving.
  6. Helmets are required (list of approved certifications), we do have limited loaners available.  If you don't know the rating of your helmet you can look inside for a sticker, just may need to pull back some of the padding to locate the sticker. If you want to purchase a helmet you can look online at places like Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies.
  7. All adults present in the event site (whether they are participating or not) will need to sign the waiver when they arrive on site.
  8. All minors must have a signed waiver.  If there are 2 parents/legal guardians they both need to either sign this waiver while being witnessed by registration or have a notary sign this waiver (must be printed in color) stating they witnessed the signature.  If a parent/legal guardian has sole custody, the Affidavit of Sole Custody must accompany the minor waiver. One parent/legal guardian must be onsite for the entire event.  If on a learner's permit, the parent can either ride along with the student or give written permission to have an instructor ride with them instead.
  9. The complete SCCA RallyCross Rulebook is available on www.scca.com


Due to COVID-19, we are taking additional precautions - unfortunately, this also means no spectators at this time will be allowed at either event. Full supps can be found below.

Event 4 & 5 Supplemental Regulations


We are offering full entry free refunds, no questions asked, by request. If you are not feeling well, do not come to the event — you will NOT be charged.



You are allowed ONE crew member per registered vehicle. ONLY competitors, crew and event workers will be allowed on site. For now, we are not allowing any spectators at our events to keep the number of people on site to a minimum. This policy may be relaxed later in the year.

You will stop at the Road America registration building inside of Gate 6 to sign waivers. We will have two buckets of pens, one clean and one dirty. You will be asked to use a clean pen to sign the waivers, and to deposit the pen into the bucket of dirty pens once you are finished. Wristbands will either be handed to you, already separated, on the clipboard with the waivers to sign, or placed on a table near the waiver worker for you to pick up.


Tech inspectors will be inspecting aspects of your car from the outside only. They will ensure that the wheels are solidly mounted to the car with no play in the wheel bearings, the tires are not damaged and are not showing cords, the battery in the engine bay is properly tied down, and the car is appropriately marked with class and car number.

The tech inspector will ask you to verify that your brake pedal is firm, the accelerator pedal returns, and that the car is clear of loose objects. You may be asked to show the tech inspector the sticker inside your helmet if you do not have a current helmet sticker. Once the tech inspector visually confirms the helmet sticker, you may be directed to pick up a sticker from a table next to tech inspection.


When outside and not in cars, all entrants and event workers must maintain 6 feet of social distance from each other. This means staying 6 feet away from other people in the paddock, out on the course when doing course walks or working corners, and in spectator areas. We will attempt to staff the timing crew with volunteers from the same households. Timing crews may be asked to work multiple heats in an attempt to limit the number of people that need to enter and exit the timing truck/RV in a given day. The event chair will make the determination, along with the worker chief, as to how to handle the timing crew staffing. No one outside of the timing crews will be allowed inside the timing truck/RV when the event is running. This will be strictly enforced. Anyone found flagrantly disobeying the rules detailed here will be asked to leave the event immediately.


For the time being, we are not providing loaner helmets. All competitors must bring their own helmet to use in competition, and the helmet must pass tech inspection.


Corner workers must stay a minimum of 6 feet apart. Only the corner captains will be allowed to handle the radios and the flags. There will be disinfecting wipes at the corner stations; corner captains will be asked to sanitize the radios and the flags before and/or after their shifts. There will be no coolers of water at the corner stations. Water will be distributed out in the open (eg spread out on some surface) at the timing truck/RV for workers to take for themselves and bring on to the course. The intent is to remove the corner water cooler as a point of contact.



Competitors are responsible for bringing their own face masks and gloves. Please do not forget to bring your own. The club will have a small reserve supply of face masks and gloves at the timing truck/RV for those that forget to bring their own, but we may not have enough PPE to supply all entrants at an event



Workers setting up and cleaning up the event are responsible for bringing their own PPE. We will not be attempting to disinfect all cones, equipment, and material after the conclusion of an event; enough time will pass between events such that equipment and gear will naturally disinfect itself.



These rules and procedures will be in place only as long as the pandemic poses a threat to our entrants and event workers. We will adjust as conditions change, and as we get feedback from you. Thank you for your patience and understanding! (And thank you to the Detroit Region SCCA for allowing me to plagiarize a majority of their COVID-19 supps)


Membership Validation

  • When you register, MotorsportReg will be verifying your SCCA membership status against the National Office's member database. If you do not have a valid membership, you must select the "Non-Member" option before you will be allowed to complete your registration.
  • Your First Name, Last Name, and Member Number in MotorsportReg must match what is on your SCCA Membership Card:
    • You can check your MotorsportReg info by clicking the "My Account" tab, then "Club Memberships" and editing the information under "SCCA - Milwaukee Region - RallyCross"
    • You can check your SCCA membership info (and edit how your name looks on your card) by logging on to scca.com
  • If you are having trouble registering due to this feature, or if you recently joined SCCA and your membership is still pending, please contact membership@scca.com.
Registration closed June 8, 2020 9:00 AM at 2020-06-08T07:00:00-0700
Registration opens May 8, 2020 5:00 AM at 2020-05-08T03:00:00-0700

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