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and print it off on  your own PC printer (pdf format).


Save time!  Pre-print your registration form:
NCCC Event Reg. Form (EOR version) (doc)

To use this document, click on the file to the left. A Word document will open,

where you can enter your data, then print it, and save it if you desire.

N.C.C.C. Event Reg. Form (EOR version) (pdf)

To use this document, click on the file to the left. A PDF document will open,

where you can enter your data, then print it. Note, you cannot save the

form when you are done.

N.C.C.C. Event Insurance Waiver (EOR version) (pdf)

For clubs to use at events for participants. 

Participants, DO NOT use this form, it is to be completed at the event only.

To use this document, click on the file to the left. A PDF document will open,

where you can enter your data, then print it. Note, you cannot save the

form when you are done.

  All events are governed by the NCCC rulebook.  The summaries here are for reference only! 
2016 Points
Click here for link

2015 Points
Club, Men's & Ladies Final Standings

2014 Points

Men's & Women's

2013 Points
Club, Men's & Ladies Final Standings

2012 Points
Men's and Ladies Final Standings

Club Final Standings 

Car Shows/Concourse
For a majority of show events in the East Ohio Region, they are People's Choice Concours.  The Corvettes are separated into Classes chosen by the Host Club. Entrants and spectators then vote for their favorite car in each Class. All entrants in a People's Choice Concours shall receive an equal number of entrant points (travel points can vary with the entrant).

Concours-A show or contest of vehicles and accessories in which the entries are judged chiefly on excellence of appearance and turnout. The Concours had its origin in Europe, but came into its own in America in the late twenties and early thirties. A sporting event, the Concours was designed to produce a showing of individual refined examples of all automotive marquees. The CORVETTE CONCOURS is the displaying of fine individual examples of the Corvette marquee. Many shows include models from the '50s solid axle cars, the ever-popular ‘60s "mid-year" cars, the ‘70s and the high-tech cars of the '80s, '90s and ‘2000s. These examples of the Corvette's aesthetic beauty, as well as its engineering excellence, are grouped in classes and judged on a point structure designed to reflect the degree of each unit's individual excellence.



 A Speed Event is a NCCC-regulated competition in which the Corvette driver has the opportunity to learn, improve, and demonstrate their skills on an autocross course that is not subject to public traffic and associated rules. The rules of conducting the Speed Event provide the NCCC member with a safe venue to enhance their driving ability, compete with group and class peers, and obtain enjoyment and competition thrills not otherwise available to the driving public. The Speed Event is designed with safety as the primary factor and NCCC Speed Event competition extends the safety envelope by the provision of competitive events that minimize risk to drivers and Corvettes through individual timed competition. Speed events are held on paved surfaces, regardless of whether they are on a permanent racetrack or road course site, or on a temporary autocross surface. The emphasis in all NCCC Speed Events is on driving skill in preference to absolute speed.


1. A LOW SPEED Event is one in which the maximum obtainable speed by any Group 1S or Group 1 car is less than 80 mph. If the speeds can exceed 80 mph for those cars, the event becomes a High Speed Event and must comply with High Speed rules.

2. A HIGH SPEED Event is one in which speeds exceed 80 mph for Group-1S/1 cars. A high speed event is normally held on a road course. All cars in a high speed event are required to have a fire extinguisher, all roadsters are required to have roll bars, all drivers are required to be High Speed Certified, and all Group 3 drivers are required to wear a fire suit. See Class Regulations and Speed Event Tech for details.


May be either a Low or a High Speed Event (does not apply to MT on a drag strip).

1. AUTOCROSS – A Low Speed Autocross is held on a paved surface, typically a parking lot or portions of a road course, where the route is defined by cones or pylons, not the track itself. A High Speed Autocross is held on a paved surface, typically a road course where the route is defined by the track layout. However, a High Speed Autocross may be held on any paved area large enough to safely manage the highest speed possible. Examples of such areas may be airport runways, or large vehicle testing areas.

2. MATCHING TIMES (MT) -- Acceleration test of at least one-eighth (1/8) mile (can be run side by side on sanctioned drag strip) or a timed run on an autocross course -- for consistency.

  Rallye/Economy Run

Most of us grew up driving a car. Most of us knew how to drive in our early teens. Some of us took pride in our driving and regarded it as a skill to be developed and improved. A Rallye is similar to written directions one gives a friend for getting to a new house in the suburbs. Perhaps it seems like a challenge. It is more than a test of one's ability to follow directions - more than intense observation. It includes an aptness for doing seventeen things at once - including the adherence to a timetable speed of, let us say, 28.8 miles an hour.

GIMMICK RALLYE -A Gimmick Rallye is one in which the Rallyemaster presents route instructions and questions that the alert Rallyists must follow and answer along the Rallye route. The Rallyists can be required to test out their navigational abilities and match their wit and skill with the Rallyemaster. Answers to questions may be found on either side of the road. This Rallye is scored by following instructions, providing correct answers and being in by the pre-announced time given by the Rallyemasters in the "Generals" or at the Entrants Meeting. This Rallye is NOT scored by any type of CHANCE or unknown factor. Other examples of Gimmick Rallies would be: 1) Scrambled Word Rallye; 2) Photo Rallye; and 3) Landmark Rallye.

CHANCE RALLYE -Chance Rallies are fun Rallies. The usual navigational demands are minimized, courses are relatively simple, average speeds are readily obtainable or unnecessary. There are many varieties. This type of Rallye is scored by CHANCE requirements set up by the Rallyemaster. Questions can be answered almost anywhere, and in any way, depending upon the Rallyemaster and the instructions given in the "Generals." Some examples of Chance Rallies are:


  There are other types of events, however these are the majority of events held in the East Ohio Region.