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Year : 90 and 90 Posts: 1051
An SCCA regional (or better) license will allow you to race in Midwestern Council. An SCCA novice logbook (note that it is not even called a license) will NOT.
To run a MC race on a SCCA license, you do not need to be a member of MC. If you wish to run for points, you must be a member of MC AND have an MC license.
If you have a SCCA Regional license you are eligable for an MC Novice "license". SCCA National or Pro gets you an MC Full Comp license.
Of course you must have paperwork and fees in order.
To run an SCCA regional on a MC license: You must have a Full Comp license (novice licenses are not accepted), and be a member of SCCA. No paperwork is involved.
I always recomend to my students to take both the SCCA and MC schools. This gives you a greater amount of track time for very little money. It also gives you the flexability to pick the events you wish to attend from more dates. SCCA has 5 local race weekends at 3 tracks, while MC has 9 races at 5 tracks.
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