SCCA

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AcronymDefinition
SCCASports Car Club of America
SCCASeattle Cancer Care Alliance
SCCAStorage Control Center Agent
SCCASquamous Cell Carcinoma
SCCASupport Center for Child Advocates (various locations)
SCCASouthern California Contractors Association
SCCASuffolk Center for Cultural Arts (Suffolk, VA)
SCCASouth Carolina Cattlemen's Association
SCCASouthern California Cricket Association
SCCASonoma County Conservation Action
SCCAScottish Correspondence Chess Association (UK)
SCCASony Chemicals Corporation of America
SCCASouth Caucasus and Central Asia (economic region)
SCCAStudent Canadian Chiropractic Association
SCCASociety of Certified Criminal Analysts
SCCASouthern California Clogging Association
SCCASnips College of Creative Arts (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
SCCASaskatchewan Call Centre Association (Canada)
SCCASpecification Compliance Concept Agreement
SCCASquamous Cell Carcinoma Associated Antigen
SCCAStudebaker Car Club of Australia (est. 1968)
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Cadillac, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), is introducing its 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe in the Sports Car Club of America World Challenge.
In a succession of jobs that included running the marketing operations for the Sports Car Club of America, Schneider came to understand that racing was fueled as much by sponsorships as high-octane gasoline.
The 3rd Annual Green Grand Prix was hosted by The International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen, the Glen Region of the Sports Car Club of America, and the Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association.
She quickly surpassed the skill of her stepfather, and in 1991 became the first woman to secure the title of Rookie of the Year from the Sports Car Club of America.
GO Topeka, the economic development arm of the Topeka Chamber of Commerce, was successful in luring the Sports Car Club of America to Topeka from Denver, bringing with it the possibility of NASCAR style races and hordes of fans.
1930s - Several US physicians equip their own cars with lap belts and begin urging manufacturers to provide them in all new cars 1954 - The Sports Car Club of America requires competing drivers to wear lap belts 1955 - Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) appoints Motor Vehicle Seat Belt Committee 1956 - Volvo markets two-point cross-chest diagonal belt as accessory Ford and Chrysler offer lap belts in front as option on some models Ford begins two-year ad campaign based on safety, focusing heavily on belts 1958 - Nils Bohlin, a design engineer with Volvo in Sweden, patents the 'Basics of Proper Restraint Systems for Car Occupants,' better known as a three-point safety belt.
The Sports Car Club of America is preparing to approve the car for racing, once it has got models to test, as the only Minis in America are currently on display at the Detroit Motor Show.
In 1947, he began importing the MG TD and TC and later launched the Sports Car Club of America.
Mitch Wright, technical director for Sports Car Club of America Pro Racing, represented the Federation Internationale de I'Automobile, to certify the world record of 245.
Honda and Acura racers won four Sports Car Club of America national titles, including a third consecutive Formula F title, in the SCCA National Championship Runoffs at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Ken Payson of Rutland took second place overall in his class in the Sports Car Club of America event at Sebring International Raceway in Florida.