Event Calendar


Susquehanna Region of the SCCA typically begins our season at the end of March and holds events through the end of October, but the club meets monthly year-round to continue planning and enhancing our programs. We invite you, not only to attend the adrenaline-laden events, but also to join us for dinner and a drink each month for member meetings.

You’ll find the details for all of these (and on occasion, more) in the calendar below. We look forward to seeing you at an event soon!


Registering for Events

Online registration is available for all autocross and rallycross events. Simply click on the event of your choosing and click “Register Now” to visit MotorsportReg.com and register for individual events.

Apr
16
Sat
Rallycross School @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Apr 16 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


DETAILS

Learn the ins-and-outs of rallycross! Susquehanna Region is happy to host a rallycross school on Saturday, April 16 at the Farm Show Elmerton Lot. The school is an introduction to driving on a low-friction surface in a competition environment. Discussion of car prep, rules, and techniques will be followed with driving instruction and practice. A full course may be included if time allows. Bring a chair and be prepared for a day outside! The school costs $50 and a maximum of 20 students will be allowed for the school. Make sure to pre-register!


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Apr
17
Sun
Rallycross Event #1 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Apr 17 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $40 for those preregistering on Myautoevents.com and $50 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Jun
25
Sat
Rallycross Event #2 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Jun 25 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $40 for those preregistering on Myautoevents.com and $50 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Aug
6
Sat
Rallycross Event #3 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Aug 6 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $40 for those preregistering on Myautoevents.com and $50 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Sep
3
Sat
Rallycross Event #4 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Sep 3 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $40 for those preregistering on Myautoevents.com and $50 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Apr
22
Sat
2017 Rallycross School @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Apr 22 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


DETAILS

Learn the ins-and-outs of rallycross! Susquehanna Region is happy to host a rallycross school on Saturday, April 16 at the Farm Show Elmerton Lot. The school is an introduction to driving on a low-friction surface in a competition environment. Discussion of car prep, rules, and techniques will be followed with driving instruction and practice. A full course may be included if time allows. Bring a chair and be prepared for a day outside! The school costs $50 if you pre-register and $60 to walk up, but only 20 students will be allowed for the school. Make sure to pre-register on motorsportreg.com!


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $15 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Apr
23
Sun
2017 Rallycross Event #1 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Apr 23 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $45 for those preregistering on MotorsportReg.com and $55 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Jun
24
Sat
2017 Rallycross Event #2 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Jun 24 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $45 for those preregistering on MotorsportReg.com and $55 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Jul
15
Sat
2017 Rallycross Event #3 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Jul 15 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $45 for those preregistering on MotorsportReg.com and $55 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Aug
19
Sat
2017 Rallycross Event #4 @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Aug 19 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $45 for those preregistering on MotorsportReg.com and $55 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Nov
18
Sat
2017 Rallycross Event — RAIN DATE @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Nov 18 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

This is a RAIN DATE! It will only be held if one of the 4 scheduled 2017 rallycross events gets rained out. 


EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


 REGISTRATION & HEAT DETAILS

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We plan to give each entrant eight runs. Scoring will be based on total time for all runs plus penalties. There will be a maximum of two entries per car per run group. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with course changes between sessions. Entry fees will be $45 for those preregistering on MotorsportsReg.com[EVENT REGISTRATION NOT YET OPEN] and $55 for those registering at the event. Registration and tech will be open until 9:10am.


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $10 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2000 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 
Pre-Reg and Results: Markus Houser 

Apr
21
Sat
2018 RallyCross School @ Farm Show Elmerton Lot
Apr 21 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT TIMETABLE

7:30am: Suggested arrival time
8:00am: Registration & Tech opens
9:10am: Registration & Tech close
9:15am: Driver’s meeting and drive through
10:00am: First car off
4:00pm: Finish


DETAILS

Learn the ins-and-outs of rallycross! Susquehanna Region is happy to host a rallycross school on Saturday, April 21 at the Farm Show Elmerton Lot. The school is an introduction to driving on a low-friction surface in a competition environment. Discussion of car prep, rules, and techniques will be followed with driving instruction and practice. A full course may be included if time allows. Bring a chair and be prepared for a day outside! The school costs $50 if you pre-register and $60 to walk up, but only 20 students will be allowed for the school. Make sure to pre-register on motorsportreg.com!


 REQUIREMENTS & RULES

  • You must show your valid driver’s license
  • You must be an SCCA member; If you are not an SCCA member, you will be required to buy a $15 Weekend Membership
  • All competitors and spectators must sign the insurance waiver
  • Cars must have a hard top
  • Snell 2005 or better helmets are required
  • Your car must pass our technical inspection in order to compete
  • All entrants are required to work; when one group runs the other group works.

 Contacts

RX Chair: John Roscinski 

Apr
22
Sun
2018 RallyCross Event #1 @ Farm Show, Elmerton Lot
Apr 22 @ 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2018 Susquehanna SCCA RallyCross sponsored by Triton Automotive will be run according to the SCCA RallyCross National Rules as shown on the SCCA website at SCCA.com.

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session, likely with course changes between sessions. We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B. Groups will be comprised of complete car classes. Groups will be organized to have the same number of drivers, or as close the same number of drivers as possible. The grid sheet outlining which classes are in each group will be posted at registration. Drivers will be gridded within their class in reverse order of which they registered. This means the earlier you register, the better your starting position.

All national SCCA RallyCross classes will be recognized.

  • Stock Rear Wheel Drive (SR)
  • Stock Front Wheel Drive (SF)
  • Stock All Wheel Drive (SA)
  • Prepared Rear Wheel Drive (PR)
  • Prepared Front Wheel Drive (PF)
  • Prepared All Wheel Drive (PA)
  • Modified Rear Wheel Drive (MR)
  • Modified Front Wheel Drive (MF)
  • Modified All Wheel Drive (MA)
  • Open Two Wheel Drive (O2)
  • Open All Wheel Drive (O4)
  • Exhibition (X)

Exhibition (X) class may be used when more than 2 drivers are sharing a car and you cannot go up a class, or if 2 drivers wish to be in opposite groups. X class cars are not scored and therefore are not eligible for season points.

Drivers wishing to compete in one of the Open classes must contact an dministrator prior to registering to arrange a technical inspection.

In addition to vehicle eligibility as defined in the 2018 RX rulebook, drivers wishing to compete in a truck must demonstrate their vehicle is at least as wide as it is tall to be elegible. No SUVs or Jeeps will be allowed.

One 15 minute mechanical break (referred to as a “mechanical”) may be taken per event to make necessary repairs. Drivers taking a mechanical must notify the stage captain immediately. Another vehicle may be substituted for vehicles not able to be repaired; provided it has passed tech inspection, and meets the class rules.  If a vehicle is unable to safely complete the course during competition and is red flagged, at the chair’s discretion, a rerun may be granted if the vehicle is repaired within the 15 minute mechanical.

Safety

A 10 MPH speed limit will be strictly enforced for all areas of the venue except when on the actual competition course. Any individual found to be driving unsafely or at excessive speeds may be disqualified at the discretion of the organizers without option to appeal.

Event Schedule

  • Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
  • Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
  • Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
  • Driver’s meeting: 9:15AM
  • First car off: 10AM
  • Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

Technical Inspection and Helmets

The car will be inspected to verify that it is in proper working order, and has a legible registered entrant number on each side of the car. Items to be inspected may include but are not limited to: seat belts, seats, brakes, wheel bearings, ball joints, lug nuts, throttle return, battery tie-down, and steering. No major fluid leaks will be allowed.  Helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer. Loaner helmets will be available.

Entries per car

There will be a maximum of two drivers per car per run group.

Age Requirements

A competitor must be a minimum of 16 years old and those under 18 must have a properly executed SCCA minor waiver.

License Requirements

A competitor must possess a valid driver’s license or driving permit and be prepared to show it at registration. If a driving permit requires a parent/legal guardian, that person or an approved instructor must be present in the vehicle. Competitors and Passengers Must be SCCA Members. SCCA Weekend Memberships will be available at registration at a cost of $15.00.

Car Numbering & Classing

A driver will choose his/her one, two or three digit number at registration. Numbers and class are to be clearly displayed on each side of the car. Numbers are to be applied prior to going through tech inspection. It is highly recommended numbers be approximately 8” high and of a contrasting color. Class lettering is recommended to be approximately 4” high and also of contrasting color.

Method of Timing

Our events will be electronically timed with pneumatic hose triggers at start and finish. Times are reported and recorded to the thousandth of a second. If there is a failure in the timing process, which prevents the accurate recording of a competitor’s time, a rerun will be granted.  Alternate timing methods may be implemented in the event of a systematic timing failure.

Scoring

Each driver will be scored on his/her total accumulated time for all official runs, including penalties.

Penalties

  1. A two (2) second penalty will be charged for each upright cone knocked down or displaced, including those after the finish.
  2. A ten (10) second penalty will be charged for missing a gate or going around a cone the wrong way.
  3. In the case of a DNF or a jump start, a bogey time will be awarded for that run. That bogey time will be calculated by using the slowest raw time, per class, per run group, plus fifteen (15) seconds.
  4. Drivers are ultimately responsible for ensuring they receive the correct number of runs per session. Any runs not taken will be forfeited and scored as a DNF.

2017 Championship Points

All classes (except “Exhibition”) will be eligible for championship points.  Drivers who are the only competitor in their class must complete all runs of the event to earn points.  Drivers must earn at least 10 points in a single class to be eligible to win a championship award. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers at the annual year-end Awards Banquet.

Series points will be awarded as such:

  • 5 points for first place
  • 3 points for second place
  • 1 point for third place

In the case of a tie, the driver with the most first place finishes will be considered the champion. If the tie persists, the driver with the fewest cone penalties for the year will be considered the champion.

May
12
Sat
2018 RallyCross Event #2 @ Farm Show, Elmerton Lot
May 12 @ 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2018 Susquehanna SCCA RallyCross sponsored by Triton Automotive will be run according to the SCCA RallyCross National Rules as shown on the SCCA website at SCCA.com.

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session, likely with course changes between sessions. We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B. Groups will be comprised of complete car classes. Groups will be organized to have the same number of drivers, or as close the same number of drivers as possible. The grid sheet outlining which classes are in each group will be posted at registration. Drivers will be gridded within their class in reverse order of which they registered. This means the earlier you register, the better your starting position.

All national SCCA RallyCross classes will be recognized.

  • Stock Rear Wheel Drive (SR)
  • Stock Front Wheel Drive (SF)
  • Stock All Wheel Drive (SA)
  • Prepared Rear Wheel Drive (PR)
  • Prepared Front Wheel Drive (PF)
  • Prepared All Wheel Drive (PA)
  • Modified Rear Wheel Drive (MR)
  • Modified Front Wheel Drive (MF)
  • Modified All Wheel Drive (MA)
  • Open Two Wheel Drive (O2)
  • Open All Wheel Drive (O4)
  • Exhibition (X)

Exhibition (X) class may be used when more than 2 drivers are sharing a car and you cannot go up a class, or if 2 drivers wish to be in opposite groups. X class cars are not scored and therefore are not eligible for season points.

Drivers wishing to compete in one of the Open classes must contact an dministrator prior to registering to arrange a technical inspection.

In addition to vehicle eligibility as defined in the 2018 RX rulebook, drivers wishing to compete in a truck must demonstrate their vehicle is at least as wide as it is tall to be elegible. No SUVs or Jeeps will be allowed.

One 15 minute mechanical break (referred to as a “mechanical”) may be taken per event to make necessary repairs. Drivers taking a mechanical must notify the stage captain immediately. Another vehicle may be substituted for vehicles not able to be repaired; provided it has passed tech inspection, and meets the class rules.  If a vehicle is unable to safely complete the course during competition and is red flagged, at the chair’s discretion, a rerun may be granted if the vehicle is repaired within the 15 minute mechanical.

Safety

A 10 MPH speed limit will be strictly enforced for all areas of the venue except when on the actual competition course. Any individual found to be driving unsafely or at excessive speeds may be disqualified at the discretion of the organizers without option to appeal.

Event Schedule

  • Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
  • Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
  • Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
  • Driver’s meeting: 9:15AM
  • First car off: 10AM
  • Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

Technical Inspection and Helmets

The car will be inspected to verify that it is in proper working order, and has a legible registered entrant number on each side of the car. Items to be inspected may include but are not limited to: seat belts, seats, brakes, wheel bearings, ball joints, lug nuts, throttle return, battery tie-down, and steering. No major fluid leaks will be allowed.  Helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer. Loaner helmets will be available.

Entries per car

There will be a maximum of two drivers per car per run group.

Age Requirements

A competitor must be a minimum of 16 years old and those under 18 must have a properly executed SCCA minor waiver.

License Requirements

A competitor must possess a valid driver’s license or driving permit and be prepared to show it at registration. If a driving permit requires a parent/legal guardian, that person or an approved instructor must be present in the vehicle. Competitors and Passengers Must be SCCA Members. SCCA Weekend Memberships will be available at registration at a cost of $15.00.

Car Numbering & Classing

A driver will choose his/her one, two or three digit number at registration. Numbers and class are to be clearly displayed on each side of the car. Numbers are to be applied prior to going through tech inspection. It is highly recommended numbers be approximately 8” high and of a contrasting color. Class lettering is recommended to be approximately 4” high and also of contrasting color.

Method of Timing

Our events will be electronically timed with pneumatic hose triggers at start and finish. Times are reported and recorded to the thousandth of a second. If there is a failure in the timing process, which prevents the accurate recording of a competitor’s time, a rerun will be granted.  Alternate timing methods may be implemented in the event of a systematic timing failure.

Scoring

Each driver will be scored on his/her total accumulated time for all official runs, including penalties.

Penalties

  1. A two (2) second penalty will be charged for each upright cone knocked down or displaced, including those after the finish.
  2. A ten (10) second penalty will be charged for missing a gate or going around a cone the wrong way.
  3. In the case of a DNF or a jump start, a bogey time will be awarded for that run. That bogey time will be calculated by using the slowest raw time, per class, per run group, plus fifteen (15) seconds.
  4. Drivers are ultimately responsible for ensuring they receive the correct number of runs per session. Any runs not taken will be forfeited and scored as a DNF.

2017 Championship Points

All classes (except “Exhibition”) will be eligible for championship points.  Drivers who are the only competitor in their class must complete all runs of the event to earn points.  Drivers must earn at least 10 points in a single class to be eligible to win a championship award. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers at the annual year-end Awards Banquet.

Series points will be awarded as such:

  • 5 points for first place
  • 3 points for second place
  • 1 point for third place

In the case of a tie, the driver with the most first place finishes will be considered the champion. If the tie persists, the driver with the fewest cone penalties for the year will be considered the champion.

Jun
16
Sat
2018 RallyCross Event #3 @ Farm Show, Elmerton Lot
Jun 16 @ 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2018 Susquehanna SCCA RallyCross sponsored by Triton Automotive will be run according to the SCCA RallyCross National Rules as shown on the SCCA website at SCCA.com.

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session, likely with course changes between sessions. We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B. Groups will be comprised of complete car classes. Groups will be organized to have the same number of drivers, or as close the same number of drivers as possible. The grid sheet outlining which classes are in each group will be posted at registration. Drivers will be gridded within their class in reverse order of which they registered. This means the earlier you register, the better your starting position.

All national SCCA RallyCross classes will be recognized.

  • Stock Rear Wheel Drive (SR)
  • Stock Front Wheel Drive (SF)
  • Stock All Wheel Drive (SA)
  • Prepared Rear Wheel Drive (PR)
  • Prepared Front Wheel Drive (PF)
  • Prepared All Wheel Drive (PA)
  • Modified Rear Wheel Drive (MR)
  • Modified Front Wheel Drive (MF)
  • Modified All Wheel Drive (MA)
  • Open Two Wheel Drive (O2)
  • Open All Wheel Drive (O4)
  • Exhibition (X)

Exhibition (X) class may be used when more than 2 drivers are sharing a car and you cannot go up a class, or if 2 drivers wish to be in opposite groups. X class cars are not scored and therefore are not eligible for season points.

Drivers wishing to compete in one of the Open classes must contact an dministrator prior to registering to arrange a technical inspection.

In addition to vehicle eligibility as defined in the 2018 RX rulebook, drivers wishing to compete in a truck must demonstrate their vehicle is at least as wide as it is tall to be elegible. No SUVs or Jeeps will be allowed.

One 15 minute mechanical break (referred to as a “mechanical”) may be taken per event to make necessary repairs. Drivers taking a mechanical must notify the stage captain immediately. Another vehicle may be substituted for vehicles not able to be repaired; provided it has passed tech inspection, and meets the class rules.  If a vehicle is unable to safely complete the course during competition and is red flagged, at the chair’s discretion, a rerun may be granted if the vehicle is repaired within the 15 minute mechanical.

Safety

A 10 MPH speed limit will be strictly enforced for all areas of the venue except when on the actual competition course. Any individual found to be driving unsafely or at excessive speeds may be disqualified at the discretion of the organizers without option to appeal.

Event Schedule

  • Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
  • Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
  • Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
  • Driver’s meeting: 9:15AM
  • First car off: 10AM
  • Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

Technical Inspection and Helmets

The car will be inspected to verify that it is in proper working order, and has a legible registered entrant number on each side of the car. Items to be inspected may include but are not limited to: seat belts, seats, brakes, wheel bearings, ball joints, lug nuts, throttle return, battery tie-down, and steering. No major fluid leaks will be allowed.  Helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer. Loaner helmets will be available.

Entries per car

There will be a maximum of two drivers per car per run group.

Age Requirements

A competitor must be a minimum of 16 years old and those under 18 must have a properly executed SCCA minor waiver.

License Requirements

A competitor must possess a valid driver’s license or driving permit and be prepared to show it at registration. If a driving permit requires a parent/legal guardian, that person or an approved instructor must be present in the vehicle. Competitors and Passengers Must be SCCA Members. SCCA Weekend Memberships will be available at registration at a cost of $15.00.

Car Numbering & Classing

A driver will choose his/her one, two or three digit number at registration. Numbers and class are to be clearly displayed on each side of the car. Numbers are to be applied prior to going through tech inspection. It is highly recommended numbers be approximately 8” high and of a contrasting color. Class lettering is recommended to be approximately 4” high and also of contrasting color.

Method of Timing

Our events will be electronically timed with pneumatic hose triggers at start and finish. Times are reported and recorded to the thousandth of a second. If there is a failure in the timing process, which prevents the accurate recording of a competitor’s time, a rerun will be granted.  Alternate timing methods may be implemented in the event of a systematic timing failure.

Scoring

Each driver will be scored on his/her total accumulated time for all official runs, including penalties.

Penalties

  1. A two (2) second penalty will be charged for each upright cone knocked down or displaced, including those after the finish.
  2. A ten (10) second penalty will be charged for missing a gate or going around a cone the wrong way.
  3. In the case of a DNF or a jump start, a bogey time will be awarded for that run. That bogey time will be calculated by using the slowest raw time, per class, per run group, plus fifteen (15) seconds.
  4. Drivers are ultimately responsible for ensuring they receive the correct number of runs per session. Any runs not taken will be forfeited and scored as a DNF.

2017 Championship Points

All classes (except “Exhibition”) will be eligible for championship points.  Drivers who are the only competitor in their class must complete all runs of the event to earn points.  Drivers must earn at least 10 points in a single class to be eligible to win a championship award. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers at the annual year-end Awards Banquet.

Series points will be awarded as such:

  • 5 points for first place
  • 3 points for second place
  • 1 point for third place

In the case of a tie, the driver with the most first place finishes will be considered the champion. If the tie persists, the driver with the fewest cone penalties for the year will be considered the champion.

Aug
18
Sat
2018 RallyCross Event #4 @ Farm Show, Elmerton Lot
Aug 18 @ 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2018 Susquehanna SCCA RallyCross sponsored by Triton Automotive will be run according to the SCCA RallyCross National Rules as shown on the SCCA website at SCCA.com.

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session, likely with course changes between sessions. We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B. Groups will be comprised of complete car classes. Groups will be organized to have the same number of drivers, or as close the same number of drivers as possible. The grid sheet outlining which classes are in each group will be posted at registration. Drivers will be gridded within their class in reverse order of which they registered. This means the earlier you register, the better your starting position.

All national SCCA RallyCross classes will be recognized.

  • Stock Rear Wheel Drive (SR)
  • Stock Front Wheel Drive (SF)
  • Stock All Wheel Drive (SA)
  • Prepared Rear Wheel Drive (PR)
  • Prepared Front Wheel Drive (PF)
  • Prepared All Wheel Drive (PA)
  • Modified Rear Wheel Drive (MR)
  • Modified Front Wheel Drive (MF)
  • Modified All Wheel Drive (MA)
  • Open Two Wheel Drive (O2)
  • Open All Wheel Drive (O4)
  • Exhibition (X)

Exhibition (X) class may be used when more than 2 drivers are sharing a car and you cannot go up a class, or if 2 drivers wish to be in opposite groups. X class cars are not scored and therefore are not eligible for season points.

Drivers wishing to compete in one of the Open classes must contact an dministrator prior to registering to arrange a technical inspection.

In addition to vehicle eligibility as defined in the 2018 RX rulebook, drivers wishing to compete in a truck must demonstrate their vehicle is at least as wide as it is tall to be elegible. No SUVs or Jeeps will be allowed.

One 15 minute mechanical break (referred to as a “mechanical”) may be taken per event to make necessary repairs. Drivers taking a mechanical must notify the stage captain immediately. Another vehicle may be substituted for vehicles not able to be repaired; provided it has passed tech inspection, and meets the class rules.  If a vehicle is unable to safely complete the course during competition and is red flagged, at the chair’s discretion, a rerun may be granted if the vehicle is repaired within the 15 minute mechanical.

Safety

A 10 MPH speed limit will be strictly enforced for all areas of the venue except when on the actual competition course. Any individual found to be driving unsafely or at excessive speeds may be disqualified at the discretion of the organizers without option to appeal.

Event Schedule

  • Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
  • Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
  • Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
  • Driver’s meeting: 9:15AM
  • First car off: 10AM
  • Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

Technical Inspection and Helmets

The car will be inspected to verify that it is in proper working order, and has a legible registered entrant number on each side of the car. Items to be inspected may include but are not limited to: seat belts, seats, brakes, wheel bearings, ball joints, lug nuts, throttle return, battery tie-down, and steering. No major fluid leaks will be allowed.  Helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer. Loaner helmets will be available.

Entries per car

There will be a maximum of two drivers per car per run group.

Age Requirements

A competitor must be a minimum of 16 years old and those under 18 must have a properly executed SCCA minor waiver.

License Requirements

A competitor must possess a valid driver’s license or driving permit and be prepared to show it at registration. If a driving permit requires a parent/legal guardian, that person or an approved instructor must be present in the vehicle. Competitors and Passengers Must be SCCA Members. SCCA Weekend Memberships will be available at registration at a cost of $15.00.

Car Numbering & Classing

A driver will choose his/her one, two or three digit number at registration. Numbers and class are to be clearly displayed on each side of the car. Numbers are to be applied prior to going through tech inspection. It is highly recommended numbers be approximately 8” high and of a contrasting color. Class lettering is recommended to be approximately 4” high and also of contrasting color.

Method of Timing

Our events will be electronically timed with pneumatic hose triggers at start and finish. Times are reported and recorded to the thousandth of a second. If there is a failure in the timing process, which prevents the accurate recording of a competitor’s time, a rerun will be granted.  Alternate timing methods may be implemented in the event of a systematic timing failure.

Scoring

Each driver will be scored on his/her total accumulated time for all official runs, including penalties.

Penalties

  1. A two (2) second penalty will be charged for each upright cone knocked down or displaced, including those after the finish.
  2. A ten (10) second penalty will be charged for missing a gate or going around a cone the wrong way.
  3. In the case of a DNF or a jump start, a bogey time will be awarded for that run. That bogey time will be calculated by using the slowest raw time, per class, per run group, plus fifteen (15) seconds.
  4. Drivers are ultimately responsible for ensuring they receive the correct number of runs per session. Any runs not taken will be forfeited and scored as a DNF.

2017 Championship Points

All classes (except “Exhibition”) will be eligible for championship points.  Drivers who are the only competitor in their class must complete all runs of the event to earn points.  Drivers must earn at least 10 points in a single class to be eligible to win a championship award. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers at the annual year-end Awards Banquet.

Series points will be awarded as such:

  • 5 points for first place
  • 3 points for second place
  • 1 point for third place

In the case of a tie, the driver with the most first place finishes will be considered the champion. If the tie persists, the driver with the fewest cone penalties for the year will be considered the champion.

Sep
22
Sat
BONUS RallyCross Event! @ Farm Show, Elmerton Lot
Sep 22 @ 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2018 Susquehanna SCCA RallyCross sponsored by Triton Automotive will be run according to the SCCA RallyCross National Rules as shown on the SCCA website at SCCA.com.

We will accept a maximum of 40 entries. We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session, likely with course changes between sessions. We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B. Groups will be comprised of complete car classes. Groups will be organized to have the same number of drivers, or as close the same number of drivers as possible. The grid sheet outlining which classes are in each group will be posted at registration. Drivers will be gridded within their class in reverse order of which they registered. This means the earlier you register, the better your starting position.

All national SCCA RallyCross classes will be recognized.

  • Stock Rear Wheel Drive (SR)
  • Stock Front Wheel Drive (SF)
  • Stock All Wheel Drive (SA)
  • Prepared Rear Wheel Drive (PR)
  • Prepared Front Wheel Drive (PF)
  • Prepared All Wheel Drive (PA)
  • Modified Rear Wheel Drive (MR)
  • Modified Front Wheel Drive (MF)
  • Modified All Wheel Drive (MA)
  • Open Two Wheel Drive (O2)
  • Open All Wheel Drive (O4)
  • Exhibition (X)

Exhibition (X) class may be used when more than 2 drivers are sharing a car and you cannot go up a class, or if 2 drivers wish to be in opposite groups.

Drivers wishing to compete in one of the Open classes must contact an dministrator prior to registering to arrange a technical inspection.

In addition to vehicle eligibility as defined in the 2018 RX rulebook, drivers wishing to compete in a truck must demonstrate their vehicle is at least as wide as it is tall to be elegible. No SUVs or Jeeps will be allowed.

One 15 minute mechanical break (referred to as a “mechanical”) may be taken per event to make necessary repairs. Drivers taking a mechanical must notify the stage captain immediately. Another vehicle may be substituted for vehicles not able to be repaired; provided it has passed tech inspection, and meets the class rules.  If a vehicle is unable to safely complete the course during competition and is red flagged, at the chair’s discretion, a rerun may be granted if the vehicle is repaired within the 15 minute mechanical.

Safety

A 10 MPH speed limit will be strictly enforced for all areas of the venue except when on the actual competition course. Any individual found to be driving unsafely or at excessive speeds may be disqualified at the discretion of the organizers without option to appeal.

Event Schedule

  • Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
  • Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
  • Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
  • Driver’s meeting: 9:15AM
  • First car off: 10AM
  • Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

Technical Inspection and Helmets

The car will be inspected to verify that it is in proper working order, and has a legible registered entrant number on each side of the car. Items to be inspected may include but are not limited to: seat belts, seats, brakes, wheel bearings, ball joints, lug nuts, throttle return, battery tie-down, and steering. No major fluid leaks will be allowed.  Helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer. Loaner helmets will be available.

Entries per car

There will be a maximum of two drivers per car per run group.

Age Requirements

A competitor must be a minimum of 16 years old and those under 18 must have a properly executed SCCA minor waiver.

License Requirements

A competitor must possess a valid driver’s license or driving permit and be prepared to show it at registration. If a driving permit requires a parent/legal guardian, that person or an approved instructor must be present in the vehicle. Competitors and Passengers Must be SCCA Members. SCCA Weekend Memberships will be available at registration at a cost of $15.00.

Car Numbering & Classing

A driver will choose his/her one, two or three digit number at registration. Numbers and class are to be clearly displayed on each side of the car. Numbers are to be applied prior to going through tech inspection. It is highly recommended numbers be approximately 8” high and of a contrasting color. Class lettering is recommended to be approximately 4” high and also of contrasting color.

Method of Timing

Our events will be electronically timed with pneumatic hose triggers at start and finish. Times are reported and recorded to the thousandth of a second. If there is a failure in the timing process, which prevents the accurate recording of a competitor’s time, a rerun will be granted.  Alternate timing methods may be implemented in the event of a systematic timing failure.

Scoring

Each driver will be scored on his/her total accumulated time for all official runs, including penalties.

Penalties

  1. A two (2) second penalty will be charged for each upright cone knocked down or displaced, including those after the finish.
  2. A ten (10) second penalty will be charged for missing a gate or going around a cone the wrong way.
  3. In the case of a DNF or a jump start, a bogey time will be awarded for that run. That bogey time will be calculated by using the slowest raw time, per class, per run group, plus fifteen (15) seconds.
  4. Drivers are ultimately responsible for ensuring they receive the correct number of runs per session. Any runs not taken will be forfeited and scored as a DNF.

2017 Championship Points

This is a non-points event… just have fun!

Apr
13
Sat
2019 Rallycross Test & Tune @ Spooky Nook
Apr 13 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT SCHEDULE

Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
Novice meeting/course walk: 9:00
Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
Driver’s meeting: 9:30AM
First car off: 10AM
Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

Apr
14
Sun
2019 Rallycross Event #1 @ Spooky Nook
Apr 14 @ 7:30 am – 5:00 pm

EVENT SCHEDULE

Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM
Registration & Tech opens at 8AM
Novice meeting/course walk: 9:00
Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM
Driver’s meeting: 9:30AM
First car off: 10AM
Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

May
11
Sat
2019 Rallycross Event #2 @ Farm Show, Elmerton Lot
May 11 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

The 2019 Susquehanna Region RallyCross Championship Series will operate in accordance with the SCCA RallyCross Rules as shown on the SCCA website at: https://www.scca.com/

These condensed supplementary regulations are designed to help the first time participant as well as those who have run elsewhere before but are not familiar with our procedures. They explain the Region’s rules and guidelines to help make RallyCross events run smoothly, and to help clarify any questions or misconceptions about the running of the region’s RallyCross series events. All competitors are responsible for reading and understanding all rules and regulations. The full list of our updated supplemental regulations can be found at http://www.scca-susq.com/rallycross/rules-regulations/.

ENTRY FEES

Entry fees may vary based upon venue and event type. The fee for walk-up entries at the event site will be $10 greater than the fee for online entries. Entrants who are not SCCA members must purchase an SCCA Weekend Membership.

EVENT CHECK-IN

Competitors must be prepared to present their valid driver’s license, and may be required to provide a valid SCCA Membership Card or proof of Weekend Membership purchased for the weekend when checking in or registering at the event venue.

EVENT SCHEDULE – APPROXIMATE

Suggested arrival time: 7:30-8AM

Registration & Tech opens at 8AM

Novice meeting/course walk: 9AM – *MANDATORY for all drivers who have not previously run with Susquehanna Region RX

Registration & Tech close at 9:10 AM

Driver’s meeting: 9:30AM

First car off: 10AM

Finish and cleanup: 4:00PM

EVENT SAFETY

In general, we ask our participants to use common sense and consider the following:

  • Paddock/ grid speed limit is 10 mph
  • Spinning of tires anywhere on or near the site (except on course) is grounds for immediate ejection from the event
  • No reckless driving at the event including out on course
  • No minor under the age of sixteen (16) is allowed in grid unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian
  • Never turn your back on a moving vehicle, especially when working the course
  • No horseplay involving a moving vehicle
  • All pets must be on a leash at all times; and may not be in any “hot” areas (grid/course)
  • Anyone at an event who must work under their vehicle MUST have that vehicle supported by jack stands or ramps suitable for soft surfaces.
  • Participation while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will not be tolerated

Use common sense, this list is not exhaustive as there are too many no-no’s to list

WAIVERS

Competitors, workers, crew and guests must sign the SCCA Liability Release Waiver and display the wrist band issued to them to indicate that the waiver has been signed. Persons participating at any level of event activity who are under the age of 18 must have the appropriate Minor Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement Forms Completed by their parent or legal guardians. Forms are available at registration.

RUN PROCEDURE / SCHEDULE

We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session, likely with course changes between sessions.

We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B. Groups will be comprised of complete car classes. Groups will be organized to have the same number of drivers, or as close the same number of drivers as possible.

The grid sheet outlining which classes are in each group will be posted at registration.

Drivers will be gridded within their class in reverse order of which they registered. This means the earlier you register, the better your starting position.

CAR/DRIVER LIMITS

There will be a maximum of two drivers per car per run group.

METHOD OF TIMING

Our events will be electronically timed with pneumatic hose triggers at start and finish. Times are reported and recorded to the thousandth of a second.

PENALTIES

A two (2) second penalty will be charged for each upright cone knocked down or displaced, including those after the finish.

A ten (10) second penalty will be charged for missing a gate or going around an upright cone the wrong way.

In the case of a DNF or a jump start, a bogey time will be awarded for that run. That bogey time will be calculated by using the slowest raw time, per class, per run group, plus fifteen (15) seconds.

SCORING

Each driver will be scored on his/her total accumulated time for all official runs, including penalties.

MECHANICAL FAILURE

One (1) 15-minute mechanical break (referred to as a “mechanical”) may be taken per event to make necessary repairs.

VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION

All national SCCA RallyCross classes will be recognized:

Stock RWD [SR] Stock FWD [SF] Stock AWD [SA]
Prepared RWD [PR] Prepared FWD [PF] Prepared AWD [PA]
Constructors 2WD [C2] Constructers AWD [C4] Exhibition [X]

Exhibition (X) class may be used when more than 2 drivers are sharing a car and you cannot go up a class, or if 2 drivers wish to be in opposite groups. X class cars are not scored and therefore are not eligible for season points.

In addition to vehicle eligibility as defined in the 2019 RallyCross rulebook, drivers wishing to compete in a truck must demonstrate their vehicle is at least as wide as it is tall in order to be eligible. Specific trucks may be barred from competition at the discretion of the Safety Steward and/or RallyCross Chair. No SUVs or Jeeps will be allowed.

VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION / CAR NUMBERS

A driver will choose his/her one, two or three digit number at registration. It is highly recommended numbers be approximately 8” high and of a contrasting color. Class lettering is recommended to be approximately 4” high and also of contrasting color.

TECHNICAL INSPECTION AND HELMETS

Every competition vehicle shall be inspected to verify that it is in proper working order, and has a legible registered entrant number on each side of the car.

Helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer (M2005 or SA2005). Loaner helmets will be available.

LICENSE REQUIREMENTS

A competitor must possess a valid driver’s license or driving permit and be prepared to show it at registration. Permit or restricted licenses shall be allowed as set forth by the SCCA RallyCross rules.

Competitors must be SCCA Members. SCCA Weekend Memberships will be available at registration at a cost of $15.00.

AGE REQUIREMENTS

A competitor must be a minimum of 16 years old and those under 18 must have a properly executed SCCA minor waiver.

WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT STATEMENT

The SCCA strives to ensure ALL participants at its events and activities enjoy a welcoming environment. The SCCA supports equality of opportunity and treatment for all participants, and will make every effort to maintain an environment that is free of harassment, discrimination and any behavior that interferes with a safe, fun and exciting experience. A commitment to a welcoming environment and the SCCA Values is expected of all members and attendees, including drivers, workers, crew, guests, staff, contractors and exhibitors, and other participants at SCCA activities, sessions and social events when representing the SCCA in print or electronic media.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Go to http://www.scca-susq.com for official results.

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