Solo Contingency Programs and Online Registration Now Available TOPEKA, Kan. (Jan. 25, 2010) -- While the first event of the 2010 Tire Rack SCCA National Solo program is still a month and a half away, participants can register to be eligible for...
Solo Contingency Programs and Online Registration Now Available
TOPEKA, Kan. (Jan. 25, 2010) -- While the first event of the 2010 Tire Rack SCCA National Solo program is still a month and a half away, participants can register to be eligible for thousands of dollars in contingency payouts today, with SCCA's new online contingency registration program.
Tire Rack SCCA ProSolo National Series
As part of its across-the-board Platinum SCCA contingency program, Volkswagen offers both event and year-end prizes for drivers finishing in the top three in either class or Super Challenge competition. Drivers taking a class win in one of 16 eligible classes earn $200. Should they take the Super Challenge, they win $500.
Honda also pays $500 for a Super, Ladies or Honda Tuner Challenge win in each event, and $150 for a class win.
In eight classes, Bridgestone will post $500 to the winner of the Super Challenge, as well as a top three finish in class. Win a season-long class or Super Challenge title, and take home another $1,000.
Toyo Tires matches Bridgestone's posting for Tire Rack ProSolo Street Touring0x00ae participants with its Silver level Contingency program.
iRacing.com Motorsports Simulations continues to pay the top three finishers in every class of ProSolo and National Tour competition a $15 iRacing credit.
Longtime SCCA supporter Hawk Performance offers up $100 in product credit to any class or Super Challenge winner using Hawk brake pads.
Hoosier, Mazdaspeed and TRD each post Bronze level programs, meaning registration and redemption are handled through those companies directly.
Hoosier offers two tires for a class win and one for a second-place finish. Event Super Challenge, year-end point Champions and Finale class winners each take four tires with a win.
Mazdaspeed will again pay out class, Challenge and year-end awards ranging from $200 for a class event win to $800 for a point championship. Likewise, TRD will pay class and year-end awards ranging from $200 to $1,000 for competitors in Toyota vehicles.
Tire Rack SCCA Solo National Tour
In Tire Rack Solo National Tour competition, Volkswagen will pay $200 for a class win and $100 for second place for VW drivers in any of 34 eligible classes.
Bridgestone, Toyo and Yokohama will each pay out top three finishes in the ST classes, with $300 going to the winner.
AST Suspension is a new contingency sponsor, offering first and fifth-place finishers in eligible classes product certificates, with a $750 award going to class winners.
Like AST, Hoosier and Mazdaspeed also offer Bronze packages. Winners on Hoosier tires win a pair of tires, with a single tire going to second-place finishers. Mazda will pay a Tour class winner $200 for a win and $100 for a second place finish.
In addition to the National program contingencies, Bridgestone and Toyo Tires have also posted programs for the Tire Rack SCCA Divisional Solo Championships.
For complete details on all of these contingency programs, visit www.scca.com/solo and click the "contingencies" link. A link for online registration is available there as well.
The 2010 Tire Rack SCCA Solo National Tour begins March 13, in Cecil, Ga. The Tire Rack SCCA ProSolo National Series begins April 17, in El Toro, Calif.