The weekend of June 5-7, 2015 will herald the SCCA's first ever Bracket Enduro event at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, CT. This event is the EASIEST way to get involved in wheel-to-wheel racing. With an incredibly simple format (any car that can runs ITR or slower times and has a GCR safety legal is allowed to participate), great value ($1000 flat fee per team - no matter how many drivers) and NO RACE LICENSE REQUIREMENT, this is a race weekend you need to experience! For more information, look at the list below or visit: http://www.sccabracketenduro.com/
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What Bracket Enduro Is: Bracket Enduro is a wheel-to-wheel racing series thats main focus is bringing down barriers to entry and easing access to anyone who wants to participate in a real wheel-to-wheel race. It's an excellent place for to put a friend behind the wheel of your race car, see if wheel-to-wheel competition is for you or just get some wheel-to-wheel track time!
Official Rules: http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/assets/CRE%20Event%20Manual.V3.pdf
Driver Eligibility: Per the CRE rules above, participation is open to any SCCA regular or weekend member 18 years of age or older (weekend memberships will be issued at Registration at the event) OR anyone who holds a valid SCCA Competition License or Novice Permit. No doctor’s physical is required. A valid drivers license is required.
Vehicle Eligibility: Vehicles are limited to production-based vehicles with a performance level equal or less than the following Club Racing classes: Improved Touring R, E Production, GT3 or Touring 3. Spec Racer Fords may also participate. Cars need to meet SCCA Club Racing safety standard, although they do not need to be legal for any particular class.
Required Safety Gear: Helmet, driver’s suit and other personal safety gear requirements are the same as club racing except head and neck devices are recommended, though not required. For the full description of Club Racing requirements, see GCR Section 9.3.20.C.