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Event, Host and Region Leads

Event Chairperson/Co-Chairperson
Primary responsibility for safety at the event, including safety of spectator areas, vendor areas, event staff, event participants, and all vehicles and/or displays.

Host Club Governor
Ultimate responsibility to oversee all club events and to ensure that safety is a primary consideration during events.

Regional Competition Director (RCD)
The RCD has final responsibility to ensure that every region event is conducted within the guidelines of the current NCCC Rulebook and that all aspects of the event comply with applicable safety rules.

VP or Competition
The VP of competition will guide RCDs in performing their safety-related responsibilities in order to ensure that all NCCC events are operated in a safety-oriented environment.

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Driver & Passenger Requirements

Drivers
  • Must be at least 16 years old, carry and present at registration a currently valid driver’s license to operate an automobile on public streets.
  • Any license or permit which requires another licensed driver in the car is not acceptable.
  • Drivers younger than 18 years old may not enter High Speed Events.
  • Drivers 18 years or older must be High Speed Certified to enter High Speed Events
Passengers
  • High Speed Parade Laps: 16 years old
  • Low Speed Autocross: 12 years old
  • Rallye (Navigator): 9 years old
  • Funkhana (Navigator): 16 years old
  • Passengers under 18 years old must comply with all waiver requirements
  • If the passenger is not competing in the event, they may ride with anyone at any time.
  • If competing in the event, an entrant cannot be a passenger in another entrant’s vehicle unless said passenger has completed all competition runs on that course for that day, except they may ride with another entrant holding a valid NCCC Novice License.
Host Club for an event may make the determination that no passengers are allowed under any circumstances, or further restrict passengers beyond the stipulations of this section of the Rulebook. This information may be published on the official event flyer, and must be announced at the Driver’s Meeting.

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Competition Season & Events

Sanction Event Dates: January 1st through December 15th

Types of Events

There are six basic types of NCCC Sanctioned Events with the Speed Event type being further divided into two categories, which can be either High Speed or Low Speed.

Speed Events

May be either Low or High Speed Event. A Low speed event is one in which the maximum obtainable speed in any Group1 or Group1S car is less than 80 mph. At a High Speed event, all roadsters are required to have roll bars.
  • Autocross ad Matching Times
  • Drag Race
  • Funkhana
  • Rallye
  • Economy Run
  • Concours D’Elegance and People Choice Shows

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