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I've been restoring a 78 280z for the last year and half with my father and i think its about time to take her to the track. My first problem, im 17 years old and don't know if i can legally compete. Second problem, i live in san diego and have no clue who to talk to about getting started, joining a club. requirments, ect. Back in march i went to an event at Qualcom stadium and new this sport was for me. Anyone who could get back to me with ANY information would be geatly apreciated.
 

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> I've been restoring a 78 280z for the last
> year and half with my father and i think its
> about time to take her to the track. My
> first problem, im 17 years old and don't
> know if i can legally compete. Second
> problem, i live in san diego and have no
> clue who to talk to about getting started,
> joining a club. requirments, ect. Back in
> march i went to an event at Qualcom stadium
> and new this sport was for me. Anyone who
> could get back to me with ANY information
> would be geatly apreciated.

I think that as long as you have a valid drivers license, you can compete. You may need your parents to sign a waiver, but I'm not sure.I believe the San Diego region SCCA holds there events at Jack Murphy Stadium. I live in Utah and autocross out here on occasion just for fun. Z cars are great for autocross. Check out this web sight.

<A HREF=http://www.sdr-solo2.com/index.htm>http://www.sdr-solo2.com/index.htm</A>#SDR-solo2

Also check out www.scca.org
 

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I've been competing in autocrosses for several years now. I agree that you probably only need a valid driver's license and a parent to sign a waiver so you can compete. Check the SCCA rules and look for a local sports car club - they should be able to help

It should also be fun to compete against your dad inthe same car to see who can turn the best time (bragging rights). Have fun...

> I've been restoring a 78 280z for the last
> year and half with my father and i think its
> about time to take her to the track. My
> first problem, im 17 years old and don't
> know if i can legally compete. Second
> problem, i live in san diego and have no
> clue who to talk to about getting started,
> joining a club. requirments, ect. Back in
> march i went to an event at Qualcom stadium
> and new this sport was for me. Anyone who
> could get back to me with ANY information
> would be geatly apreciated.
 
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