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  1. Marana is confirmed for September
  2. We are allowing loaner helmets again, and will have them on site. Use and cleaning of the loaner helmets is up the the individual user.
  3. If others find this thread: You can also get the forms by going to my.scca.com in Member Resources, File Cabinet. Sometimes they update forms there before the SCCA download page, but they seem to be aligned today. Both parents must sign either form, if using SCCA form, the witness must be a club official, if using Notary, both parents signatures must be witnessed by the notary.
  4. I should also note that we technically have this restriction in place for our events: Spectators will be allowed, but must stay in paddock or outside the iron fence - not allowed in grid, next to the equipment truck, etc. We will expand paddock to provide more space and we ask that you continue to keep your physical distance from others not in your household
  5. BOTH parents and the Minor must sign the minor waiver form, that must be witnessed by an SCCA member who also signs, Let me see if Tom can chime in on if any member is ok or if we need an official of the local club to witness those signatures. I see they also have a separate notary form that may be a safer bet. Official Forms: https://www.scca.com/downloads Must be printed in color We have loaner helmets available in the back of our equipment truck (get one during the specific run group needed)
  6. Guest are allowed but spectators need to remain in the paddock or outside the fence
  7. You don't really need to bring anything registration wise with you, we have a copy on site that we check off when you get here.
  8. In terms of our current events and no novices due to COVID, I recommend you contact Rob, the solo director: solodirector -at- azbrscca.org
  9. Well if you want budget friendly: I won't say I am a pro by any means, but a camber gauge can be a relatively simple tool. I just used a level (basically a known straight edge that also has a parallel face) with some nuts zip tied to it so that it can touch the wheel instead of the tire (anything that is the same height will work) and a digital angle finder (these are cheap and handy on amazon <$30 with many uses). Works good enough for me. For caster just put some grease in a trash bag and put it below the front wheels (You could also use two metal plates with grease between them) and use a protractor to mark the rotation you are looking for on the floor.
  10. If we are going to be making other fixes on that page, it would be nice if the new forum post reflected the new forum, or just went away...
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