UPDATED FOR 2022
To ensure safety of all participants, all cars must pass tech inspection. At SCCNH we aren’t likely to bother you for small issues, but safety is always the top priority, fun is a close second.
All participants must have a valid drivers license. Any violation of the following rules results in immediate expulsion!
Additional rules & requirements may be set on a per-event basis at the discretion of the event chair or program director.
Event results will be posted to our website within one week (usually within a day or so) following the event. Click the Results button below to see all results!
The top three positions in each class will be awarded a trophy or keepsake (at discretion of autocross director).
We keep track of the points that you accumulate throughout the year based on how you place at each event. This is kept track by your number. Therefore it is important that you use the same number and SCCNH class.
If you are going to run in a different SCCNH class you need a different number. However, if you change SCCA classes but remain in the same SCCNH superclass, you can use the same number.
Starting from first place in class, the following points will be awarded: 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and everyone else gets 1.
We count all events minus one (this is your “dropped event”). At the end of the year, SCCNH members receive awards based on placing in the top three positions of each class.
Our typical event agenda is below. Please note that this may change on a per-event basis, please keep an eye out for any event-related emails from our Newsletter or MotorsportReg (MSR).
Make sure you’re classed correctly! Visit our autocross classing page to determine what class you fall in.Explore More