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Ultimate Street Car Association Events Open for Registration

Larry Jewett - April 23, 2014 09:18 AM

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An expanded schedule means action is near you.

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All levels of experience are welcome at USCA events

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American muscle cars mix itr up with European and Asian makes to fight for supremacy

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This is truly open competition

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      The Ultimate Street Car Association has opened registration for the remaining eight events of its 2014 season. Drivers can sign up to put their street cars and driving skills to the test on some of the most famous road courses in the nation.  With legendary courses like Daytona, Road America, and Sebring still to come, participants will have the opportunity to experience something that most enthusiasts will only ever attempt in a video game as they participate in five driving segments across three exciting days.
      Designed for real street cars, these USCA-sanctioned events allows participants of all skill levels to enjoy their weekend warriors, daily drivers, and grocery getters in a safe, friendly, organized competition. Drivers are presented with new challenges as they take part in the Detroit Speed Road Rally, the Wilwood Disc Brakes Speed Stop, the Ridetech Street Challenge Autocross, the Lingenfelter Performance Design & Engineering Challenge and the BFGoodrich Hot Lap Challenge road course time trial.  As drivers compete for season points and a spot at the OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational, MAV TV will also be filming OPTIMA’s Search for the Ultimate Street Car – a television series highlighting drivers’ quests to secure a spot in the Invitational.
      USCA events are not only for experienced motorists, but track novices as well.  Education and Instruction Sponsor Jet-Hot High Performance Coatings has complimentary driving instructors available at every event ready to ride shotgun to teach new drivers how to drive fast safely and coach the more experienced drivers how to be faster.  Run groups for the road course segment are also broken down by experience levels, permitting progressively more passing on track for the more experienced drivers while allowing newer drivers to simply concentrate on their driving line without having to worry about overtaking.
      For more information on the OPTIMA Search For The Ultimate Street Car Qualifying Series, OPTIMA Ultimate Street Cat Invitational and the Ultimate Street Car Association, including a list of track dates, complete event results, season points, rules and membership information, please visit www.ultimatestreetcarassociation.com or follow us on Facebook, Google+ and Instagram.

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