THREAD HIJACK: No sweat. John is indeed a great guy. Most folks don't know this, but John is guy who networked for us to get the Miata pace car some years ago.Quick version: When John was still a practicing Dentist, He had a fellow in the chair from Mazda.Small talk got to the topic of cars and such. John told him about WHRRI, and how they could donate the Miata for use as a Pace Car. That's the story behind the pace car. Many details left out to keep the story short.
John is not a car broker, but he comes across some cool stuff. Glad to hear the A/sedan spare chassis is getting put to use. I am sure John is happy it went to a good home. So is this a replacement chassis ? or a return of a 2 car Windsor Life effort?
We now return you to the topic thread.
Mike, Dwayne's point is correct, You can race as a S.C.C.A. member ( at guest rates )
Another important point is Drivers School this year is a DUAL school,, meaning it counts as 2 SCCA schools towards your license. IF opting that direction, one must obtain an SCCA novice permit PRIOR to attending the ON-TRACK portion of the school.
If not going the path of S.C.C.A., and wish to have a Waterford Hills license, then yes,
You have to join O.C.S.C. and Waterford Hills. ( allowing you to run for trophies and points )
A Waterford FULL license is accepted at all SCCA regional races.
Both paths have their merits, it all depends on what works for you.