A scheduling meeting is held annually in either late October or early November. The purpose is two-fold: to nominate new SCNCA trustees and to establish the next year’s USAC race calendar. The meeting is open to anyone. Each member club is allocated one vote for the election of the SCNCA trustees.
Here is a summary of the general rules that apply to the scheduling meeting:
Member clubs/promoters with “established” races, will be given preference on their race date. Many of our races have a long history of being held on the same weekend.
There is a “120-mile” rule. Promoters will need the approval of the SCNCA Trustees to schedule a race on the same day of an existing race that is closer than 120-miles.
Member clubs are encouraged to pool their resources to put on a combined event.
In the case of a scheduling conflict, the member clubs will be expected to resolve the issue.