2017 Meeting Updates

2017 Meeting Information

Meeting starts at 7:30PM unless otherwise noted. You are welcome to arrive early at 6-6:30PM for dinner (at your own cost
), and to socialize

09/06/2017 Board Meeting and General Membership Meeting (All Welcome)                Tolerico’s Restaurant,  2525 Monroeville Boulevard  Monroeville, PA 15146                    (412) 824-8016










Jim”Rocky”Farrar Memorial Regional Races

Steel Cities Region invite you to join us for the:
Jim “Rocky” Farrar Memorial Regional Race
This is a Double NeDiv Championship Points Event
A Washington DC Region “MARRS 8” Regional Race
NYSRRC Points Event
Saturday, Aug 12 — Sunday, Aug 13, 2017
Pittsburgh International Race Complex, Wampum, PA

2017 AutoX Schedule

4/9 Event 1 (SUN)
4/28 Tire Rack Solo Nationals Match Tour – Heavy Metal Showdown – EVO Advantage (FRI)
4/29-4/30 Tire Rack Solo Nationals Match Tour – Heavy Metal Showdown
4/30 (Event 2 Points on SAT, Challenge Events SUN)
5/6 Evo School (Phase 1 SAT)
5/7 Evo School (Phase 2 SUN)
5/20 Event 3 (SAT)
6/18 Event 4 (SUN)
6/25 Event 5 (SUN)
7/8 PVGP AutoX School (SAT)
7/9 PVGP AutoX School (SUN)
7/23 Event 6 (SUN)
8/5 Event 7 (SAT)
8/20 Event 8 (SUN)
10/1 Event 9 (SUN)
10/15 Event 10 (SUN)

2017 Hill Climb Schedule

Events in Orange hosted by Steel Cities SCCA

May 27- 28 Jefferson Circuit – Summit Point, WV
June 10 – 11 Weatherly Hillclimb – Weatherly, PA
June 24 – 25 Pagoda Hillclimb – Reading, PA
July 8 – 9 Giants Despair Hillclimb – Laurel Run, PA
August 5 – 6 Polish Mountain Hillclimb – Flintstone, MD
August 19- 20 Duryea Hillclimb – Reading, PA
September 2 – 3 Shenandoah Circuit – Summit Point, WV
September 16 – 17 Weatherly Hillclimb – Weatherly, PA
To Be Determined Rose Valley Hillclimb
TBA Awards Banquet – Grantville Holiday Inn

Corner Marshals Wanted !

Do you enjoying Racing?
Want to be close to the action?
Steel Cities SCCA is looking for some volunteer Corner Marshals!
What is a Corner Marshal? Next to the competitors, these marshals are the most visible people on the track. They are viewed by the spectator as an integral part of the race, keeping the track clear, giving instructions to the drivers, and responding to incidents. These are the people who have the front row seats, with no-one getting any closer to the action unless they get their own racing car. They are highly trained to handle crashes, fire, and track cleanup. They have other duties, too, including signaling the drivers with flags, and keeping their sections of the track organized so that racing can proceed efficiently. When handling crashes and fires, these volunteers have been called the “shock troops” of racing, because until the ambulances, fire trucks, and crash/rescue vehicles arrive, the safety and efficiency of the track is in their hands.
What do you need?
THE BASICS: Appropriate full coverage clothing incl Weather/Rain Gear(White colors are a must) Hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen Comfortable Shoes (sturdy shoes or boots w/ ankle protection) Gloves (blaze or safety orange) Whistle (w/ break-away lanyard) Backpack or Track Bucket to carry supplies, munchies, liquids, trinkets, Beverage Cooler, Folding Chair, Cutting tool (Sharp Knife)
FULLY EQUIPPED: Hearing Protection / Safety Glasses, , Rope (minimum 20′ length) Scanner with Headphones