- NWR of SCCA presents
- 2019 Novice School!
Welcome to the NWR SCCA Novice School; below is some key
information you’ll need to get you ready for a great day of driving.
Date: Saturday May 18th
For any of you that want to try your hand at autocross, the scca nwr is
hosting a novice school out in Bremerton in 3 weeks. Its a great
opportunity to come drive your car and learn how autocross works.
The fee is $55 for an entire day and includes lunch provided by
the lions club. Entrants will also receive one free entry to the regular
event # 3 which is the following day, also held in Bremerton. There is a
15 dollar weekend membership fee for non-scca members for club insurance
Instructors will be driving their own cars and giving students rides
during the lunch hour. HIGHLY recommended to take advantage of these ride
alongs as they are packed with eye opening knowledge and excitement.
non-SCCA members will be required to purchase a weekend membership for an
additional $15 on-site the day of the school. (Sign up for an annual
membership at SCCA.com)
full day of learning. It includes a free lunch provided by the Lions Club
and a FREE entry into Event #3 on May 21st., the Sunday following the
Novice School. This is an extra value of $35 alone; the education of the
school is priceless!
Registered entrants will receive a special packet
of information covering activities/school format for the day, look for
that email about a week before the school. Please study this information
well prior to the day of the event. It will also help you understand the
basic format of an autocross event.
Our instructor pool includes champions from both regional and national
Arrive/Gates open: 7:00 a.m.
Instruction starts: 8:30am (Required Novice drivers
If you have a helmet you can
use, please bring it. The organization only has so many loaner helmets, so
the more who can provide their own, the better. Your helmet must be rated
Snell 2005 or newer (usually says on a sticker on the inside under the
Make sure the fluid levels
in your car are correct... oil, power steering, brakes. etc.
tire pressures. Your recommended tire pressure is on the sidewall of the
tire; you'll want your pressure set to the pressure recommended. If you
need help just ask.
You should remove all loose items from your vehicle
including the trunk; ALL items including floor mats. The less you bring in
your vehicle to the class, the less you need to remove when you get to the
No “R” (racing) compound tires (use only street tires, with a
tread wear rating of 200 or greater).
Bring snacks or extra drinks if you would like, but the Lion's Club will
provide breakfast sandwiches, coffee and other items for a fee.
are portable toilets on-site.
No alcohol, drugs, or firearms are
allowed on site.
Be prepared for any forecasted weather (and maybe
un-forecasted as well) this means, rain jacket, umbrella, rain shoes, sun
block and some rain cover to protect your valuables from the rain.
Insurance rules require all participants must have a valid driver’s
To register for the
novice school please visit:
*There is a entry limit
and registration will close a few days before the school.
questions before the event contact your novice chiefs, Bill, Allen, Jessy
The SCCA schedule and following day’s SCCA event can be found on the link
below; don’t forget to pre-register for the event.
http://nwr-scca.org/solo/schedule.asp - Click the "Register Online