You have to be an SCCA member to enter any SCCA National event. So consider that.
Entry for a ProSolo is $73. Worth it!!!!
You get a minimum of 12 runs. You run 2 runs each side (Left, Right, Left, Right..or Right, Left, Right, Left) Saturday morning. Then grid up based on how fast you were, the top two guys go first...etc. Sucks to be at the back of the line.
You get a total of 4 more runs Saturday afternoon. You do 4 more runs Sunday morning.
Fastest 32 drivers (class winners and then fill in based on those closest to the class winners) go on run the Super Challenges which is the sudden death elimination format.
Winners of the Challenges and the Class Competition are awarded money prizes, and contingency awards, like free tires from Hoosier or Yokohama or Kumho.
There is also a randomly selected Bonus Challenge which is very cool if you get picked. You run on your own index, so theoretically, a poorer driver has a better shot, as they can still find time to improve out there.
In my previous cars, I almost always made the Super Challenge. I do not know if I can make it in the Elise yet.
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There are some very shady dealers in the Lotus business.
2005 Lotus Elise, 1993 MR2, 1995 MR2, 125cc Shifter Kart, Toniq (in build), 2018 Origin 7 (waiting), 2018 Origin Noble M (waiting)