The SSSCC uses SCCA Solo rules for vehicle classing. Because the SSSCC is a smaller club, they decided to group the large number of SCCA classes into smaller class groupings. This provides larger class sizes for better competition. So you must determine your SCCA vehicle class to determine what SSSCC class you can run in. In addition, the SSSCC uses a Street Tire Multiplier for any of the Non-Stock classes. This additional multiplier of .980 allows drivers to compete on either DOT R-Compound race tires (Hoosier A7, Kumho V710, BFG R1-S) or their choice of street tires (street tires must have a tread wear rating of 200 or greater).
|S1||Street 1 (SS/AS/FS) PAX||Larger vehicles|
|S2||Street 2 (BS, CS, DS) PAX||Smaller Vehicles|
|S3||Street 3 (ES, GS, HS) PAX||Everything Else|
|NS1||Non-Stock 1 (SSR/SSP/ASP/BSP/ESP/+T) PAX||SP – larger vehicles|
|NS2||Non-Stock 2 (CSP/DSP/FSP/ +T) PAX||SP – smaller vehicles|
|NS3||Non-Stock 3 (SM/SSM/SMF/+T) PAX||SM Classes|
|NS4||Non-Stock 4(STU/STX/STR/STP) PAX||ST Classes|
|NS5||Non-Stock 5 (STF/STS) PAX||ST Classes|
|NS6||Non-Stock 6 (All Prepared/DM/EM/+T) PAX||All Prepared and some Modified classes|
|NS7||Non-Stock 7 (AM/BM/CM/FM/KM/FSAE) PAX||Non-Production based Modified classes|
|PAX||PAX Class (All Classes Eligible, No +T)||All SCCA classes (no Street Tire Modifier)|
|LS||Ladies Street (All Street Classes) PAX||All SCCA Street Classes|
|LNS||Ladies Non-Stock (NS1/NS2/NS3/NS4/NS5/NS6/CAM/SSR/+T) PAX||All SCCA Production Based Non-Stock classes|
|LNS7||Ladies Non-Stock 7 (NS7 vehicles) PAX||Open Wheel Non-Stock classes (AM/BM/CM/FM/KM/FSAE)|
|N||Novice – (All Classes/+T) PAX||All SCCA Classes – No season points|
|V||Vintage (All CAM, HCS, HCR) PAX (No NS7 cars)||All Vehicles Eligible (No open-wheeled vehicles)|
|CHAL||Tuner Challenge (Raw Times – No Pax)||All Vehicles Eligible (No open-wheeled NS7 vehicles)|
|K||Karts (JA class only) (no alcohol fuel)||(JA) Age 12-15 yrs|
|TO||Time Only (no trophies or points)||Anything goes as long as it passes Tech Inspection|
+T = Street Tire Multiplier. See this page for details about the Street Tire Multiplier.
PAX = A handicapping system to allow dissimilar vehicles to compete against each other. See this page for more details about the PAX index/handicapping system.