Midwestern Council July Driver School info on Jul 2, 2022 (689077) | MotorsportReg.com

Midwestern Council July Driver School


Midwestern Council July Driver School

Midwestern Council Sports Car Clubs

Saturday, July 2, 2022
Blackhawk Farms Raceway, South Beloit, IL


Registration closed June 29, 2022 11:59 PM at 2022-06-29T21:59:00-0700 Registration ends June 29, 2022 11:59 PM at 2022-06-29T21:59:00-0700 Registration opens May 1, 2022 12:00 PM at 2022-05-01T10:00:00-0700 Registration runs from May 1, 2022 12:00 PM to June 29, 2022 11:59 PM

Midwestern Council of Sports Car Clubs is calling all members, racers, and volunteers!

We will be hosting the July 2022 Midwestern Council Driver's School at Blackhawk Farms Raceway. This school will include sessions for Wheel to Wheel Closed-wheel cars only. (Open-wheel drivers may be interested in our April 2023 school.) You will spend the entire day either on the track or receiving constant feedback from experienced instructors. Wheel to Wheel students will receive an MC (MCSCC) 2022 Novice Competition License upon successful completion and can sign up for the race on Sunday.

The Wheel-to-Wheel Drivers School has two parts.

  1. Classroom
    • A mandatory Online Class and a Test are scheduled for June 22nd at 5:30 PM for 2 hours. You must attend and complete the test to be permitted to attend the on-track portion of the school. You will be sent before the class via email (calendar invite) for the online class. 
    • This classroom session provides drivers with all the information that they will need the following day to pass the school.
    • This will cover flags, passing, basic cornering techniques, and much more.
  2. On-Track
    • Please be at the track before 730 AM on Saturday prepared for a long but rewarding day.

The school fee is $395. A limited number of Track Time Only slots are available at $200.

THE FULL INFORMATION PACKET IS AVAILABLE HERE 2022 July Driver School Packet.pdf

Instructions for Medicals: 

  1. A current medical form is required before hitting the track as a Wheel-to-Wheel Student.
    • The MC 2022 form is available HERE and can be uploaded (scan or photo) when you register.
  2. Medicals are mandatory for Wheel to Wheel. 
    • Medicals are not required for HPDE/HSAX participation
  3. In addition to the MCSCC Medical Form, MCSCC recognizes and approves Medical Forms from the following Race Sanctioning/Governing Bodies:
    • SCCA, FIA, CASC, Skip Barber, VSCDA, SVRA, HSR, BMW CCA, FAA Approved Flight Medical, N.A.S.A, DMV CDL.
  4. Please fill out the entire form. 
    • Please ensure you have completed the Name, Address, and DOB.
    • This is important, as it helps us identify students that might need additional paperwork.
  5. A health professional must sign the form.
    • The physician examination portion of the Medical Form shall be completed by a currently licensed M.D., D.O., PA-C, or NP.
  6. Please cut the form once signed at the red line that states: "Remove below this line and submit to the Licensing Director
    • You will upload the lower section of the completed medical to MotorsportReg.com as part of your application.
    • We do not require you to send us the top of the form above the instructions to remove the lower portion of the medical form. 

Minor Participation:

MCSCC does not guarantee that a student will receive a wheel-to-wheel competition license. MCSCC has licensing reciprocity with other racing organizations, because of this, MCSCC considers the licensing standards and requirements of other organizations in addition to its own standards and requirements.

Applicable Standards:

  1. The student has demonstrated a positive general attitude and sportsmanship. This includes traits such as being receptive to instruction and participating respectfully in group meetings and execution of the instruction.
  2. The student has gained a satisfactory score on the Wheel-to-Wheel exam.
  3. The student can demonstrate detailed knowledge of flags, race-start procedure, and all other aspects of a race weekend that are covered by the Exam.
  4. The student has demonstrated composure, a good attitude, and Track Presence.
    • Track Presence is defined here as confidence, awareness, and the overall ability to cope with competition and high-speed driving.
  5. The student has demonstrated competence with Shifting, Braking, and Cornering Techniques.
  6. The student has demonstrated high-speed driving competence.
  7. The student has demonstrated the use of Hand Signals.
  8. The student has demonstrated alertness (use of mirrors, monitoring gauges, and paying attention to corner stations).
  9. The student has demonstrated competence and safety in Passing (situational awareness and execution).

Pandemic Guidelines:

This school is held at Blackhawk Farms Raceway in Rockton, IL. Blackhawk’s Pandemic guidelines are available at: https://blackhawkfarms.com/blackhawk-farms-and-covid-19/