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Dave H
post Jan 5 2020, 02:20 PM
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2020 Annual Tech will start at the 1st event of the Spring series, on 1/17/20. Please print out the attached form below and have it filled out prior to getting in line for tech. IF YOU DON'T BRING THE FORM FILLED OUT WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DO YOUR ANNUAL TECH THIS MONTH. You have to be a full SCCA member and have your card present to receive an annual tech card. Below is a list of items that are checked during the annual tech process.

Check tires - Good condition, no exposed cords, cracks in sidewalls.
Check wheel lugs for tightness, none missing.
Hub caps / wheel / lug covers removed.
Check wheel bearings for tightness.
Check seat belts for good condition, lap belts minimum are required. Racing harness should be mounted properly.
Check the battery mounting, must be mounted securely.
Check overall for fluid leaks.
Check that brake pedal is firm. Brake & clutch fluid levels are sufficient, no leaks.
Check throttle return spring.
Remove all loose items from interior, 2. Pedal operation must not be impeded. Driver’s side floor mat must be
removed unless securely mounted. OE fasteners designed to prevent the
mat from moving forward satisfy this requirement if they are in good
working order.
All helmets meeting the latest or two immediately preceding Snell Foundation
standards (SA2015, SA2010, SAH2010, SA2005, M2015, M2010,
M2005, K2015, K2010, K2005, K98); SFI standards 31.1, 41.1, 31.1A,
31.2A, 41.1A, 41.2A; ECE R22.05; FIA standards 8859-2015, 8860-2010, 8860-
2004; or British spec BS6658-85 type A are acceptable DOT only certification is NOT acceptable. Helmets that pass inspection will be given a helmet sticker.

Feel free to post any questions here.
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Attached File  ANNUAL_TECH_FORM.pdf ( 39.89K ) Number of downloads: 146
 


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hatrick6
post Jan 6 2020, 08:49 AM
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Yay annual tech!


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BurnsDinoBones
post Jan 12 2020, 08:29 PM
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In response to the full SCCA member with a card: I just became a SCCA member and got a weekend membership, can I still race for the upcoming event (01/19 at AMP) with the weekend membership even though I don't' have a physical card?


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SMeyers
post Jan 12 2020, 09:38 PM
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Seems that a “proof of purchase” receipt would suffice in place of a card. SCCA seems to have that Membership Department under construction at this time. Of course.🤔

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Also, if you have a full membership, why would you need a weekend membership too? Or did I misunderstand.




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post Jan 13 2020, 08:04 AM
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QUOTE (BurnsDinoBones @ Jan 12 2020, 08:29 PM) *
In response to the full SCCA member with a card: I just became a SCCA member and got a weekend membership, can I still race for the upcoming event (01/19 at AMP) with the weekend membership even though I don't' have a physical card?


This requirement is just for the Annual Tech card... If you fill out the form above and present everything to tech at this event, you'll get a card which basically lets you self tech the rest of the year skipping the line and process.


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Dave H
post Jan 13 2020, 09:34 AM
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And an update on helmets, since the snell 2020 ratings come out this year, m and sa 2005 helmets are still good, but will expire at the end of the year. You can see the full list of acceptable helmets at https://www.scca.com/downloads/48190-2020-s...bels-2019-11-08


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BurnsDinoBones
post Jan 13 2020, 10:50 AM
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QUOTE (SMeyers @ Jan 12 2020, 10:38 PM) *
Seems that a "proof of purchase" receipt would suffice in place of a card. SCCA seems to have that Membership Department under construction at this time. Of course.��

SCCA Membership Site

Also, if you have a full membership, why would you need a weekend membership too? Or did I misunderstand.


Sorry, I didn't explain myself correctly. I bought a weekend membership for this upcoming weekend (not sure if I will want race more, but probably will), but is it necessary to run a regular event as a non-member?
And if a I'm not member, I will have to pass tech every time I race?


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Wicked991
post Jan 13 2020, 11:30 AM
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QUOTE (BurnsDinoBones @ Jan 13 2020, 11:50 AM) *
QUOTE (SMeyers @ Jan 12 2020, 10:38 PM) *
Seems that a "proof of purchase" receipt would suffice in place of a card. SCCA seems to have that Membership Department under construction at this time. Of course.��

SCCA Membership Site

Also, if you have a full membership, why would you need a weekend membership too? Or did I misunderstand.


Sorry, I didn't explain myself correctly. I bought a weekend membership for this upcoming weekend (not sure if I will want race more, but probably will), but is it necessary to run a regular event as a non-member?
And if a I'm not member, I will have to pass tech every time I race?


SCCA requires anyone in the car to be a SCCA member (either full member or weekend member). If you run again in the future you will need to buy another weekend membership or simply become a full time member. If you are not a full time SCCA member you must go through tech at every event.


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