8 – 11 am Site and course set-up
11 – 1:30 pm General event set up
1:30 – 2 pm Evo Hole Shot Drivers Meeting
2 – 3 pm Evo Hole Shot Practice Starts (courses closed for walking)
3 – 3:30 pm Evo Hole Shot Wrap Up Meeting
3 – 6 pm Practice Starts (Courses closed for walking) Ticket sales end at 5 pm
6:15 pm Novice Meeting at the right course start line & Courses open for walking
3 – 7 pm Registration Check-in*, Event Tech Inspection
7:15 pm Chiefs Meeting
5:30 - 7:30 pm Region Welcome Party
*No new entries or class changes after 7 pm
6:30 am Site Opens
7 – 7:45 am Late Check-in/Tech (No new entries or class changes)
8:15 am Courses closed for walking
8:45 am Shift A to Grid, Shift A worker check in
9 am - 1 pm Saturday am competition (Heat 1)
1:30 - 5 pm approx. Saturday pm competition (Heat 2)
6:30 am Site Opens
7:35 am Courses closed for walking
7:45 am Shift A to Grid, Shift A worker check in
8am Sunday am competition (Heat 3)
1:30 pm approx. Challenge competition (Ladies, Bonus, Super)
Trophy presentation immediately following Challenge competition
Scheduled times and run/work orders are subject to change due to local restrictions and conditions.
The 2016 SCCA Texas ProSolo is coming up quick on June 3, 4, 5 in Mineral Wells!!
Texas Region SCCA is proud to once again host the Mineral Wells SCCA ProSolo!
We’ve been talking about this event for the past few months and several of you have registered already. (Included in this email is information pertinent to the event.) In addition, this email is also for those of you that are still on the proverbial “Solo-fence” and haven’t committed yet.
What is a ProSolo???
Take two parts autocross and one part drag racing, mix thoroughly and you get the ProSolo! Drivers face off side-by-side at a “Christmas Tree” drag race style start, before launching themselves down a straightaway and into mirror image autocross courses. Three rounds of class competition give drivers 12 total runs, 6 on each course!! Not only do these runs determine the class winners, it sets the overall qualifying order for the second part of the event which determines the overall winner. The top qualifiers enter into single elimination brackets and run off until only one remains… The Top Eliminator. The Ladies Challenge pits the top Ladies’ qualifiers against one another, while the Super Challenge features the top 32 Open Class competitors in a winner take all battle. There is even a Bonus Challenge where randomly selected non-qualifying drivers can compete for prizes and bragging rights.
Whether you are a seasoned Autocross veteran or just starting out in National Series competition, ProSolo has something to offer. Top-level class competition, lots of seat time, awesome courses, heads up competition and the excitement of drag racing all combine to make ProSolo the most intense form of autocross on the planet!!
Sound like fun?!?!?
It is… IT’s a BLAST!!!
Here’s a quick video to help further the explanation:
On top of at least 12 runs of GREAT autocross action (even MORE if you make it into the Challenge), included in your entry are 2 event parties!!
Friday night Welcome party sponsored by Vorshlag Motorsportsserving up a Fiesta of Chicken & Beef Fajitas with ALL the traditional fixin’s. FREE on tap beer included, sponsored by Rahr & Sons Brewery!!
The Saturday night party is sponsored by the Mineral Wells Chamber of Commerce. This will be catered by Mesquite Pit BBQ with BBQ
Brisket & Chicken, Ranch Beans, Potato Salad and Ice Tea. …and of course, FREE on tap Beer!!
Last year we had 189 entries at the Texas ProSolo! Let’s top that this year and show SCCA that Texas is the best darn place in the country to round the cones!!
Online registration is only open until Monday, May 30, 12pm CDT. After Monday May 30, 2016, 12pm CDT contact Brian Harmer to register ([email protected] or 1-800-770-2055 ext. 345). A non-refundable fee of $143.00 is due for entries received after Monday, May 30th 12pm CDT.