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Want to run in multiple events at Sebring International Raceway, check out the Ultimate Street Car Association

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of USCA

Would you like to drive your high-performance Ford in a series of driving events at a historic racing facility? Well, if you live near Sebring, Florida, or are willing to make the road trip down, you can run your car in a road rally, through an autocross, in a speed stop challenge, and on a road course over the course of two days at this Ultimate Street Car Association qualifying event at Sebring International Raceway.

Would you like to see how your performance Ford stacks up to some of the hottest street cars around in a variety of events on a storied track? Well the Ultimate Street Car Showdown at Sebring might just be for you.
Would you like to see how your performance Ford stacks up to some of the hottest street cars around in a variety of events on a storied track? Well the Ultimate Street Car Showdown at Sebring might just be for you.

“Our compact, two-day driving events are specifically geared toward street cars and the normal people like you and I who drive them,” Brandyn Lynch of Kahn Media told us. “We are looking for vehicles and drivers of all pedigrees to come out and push their rides to the absolute limit in a safe, organized, and fun environment. If it can be driven on the street, it’s more than welcome at the USCA Sebring event.”

Held from September 20-21, this event is a qualifying event for the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational held after the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, this November. It will also be filmed for Optima’s Search for the Ultimate Street Car series on MavTV, so you might get your 15 seconds of fame and earn a trip to Sin City all while having the time of your life.

Here’s a peek at what the show looks like:

The final event is running all-out on the historic Sebring road course, but before you get there you get warmed up with a Road Rally, an Autocross, and a Speed Stop Challenge.
The final event is running all-out on the historic Sebring road course, but before you get there you get warmed up with a Road Rally, an Autocross, and a Speed Stop Challenge.

USCA promises more seat time than any other driving event. First they will they judge the design and engineering of your ride, then you will work your way up to the full road course runs by first participating in a road rally, an autocross, and a speed-stop challenge. Then you get to run wide open on the historic Sebring course.

If this sounds like fun to you, you can register for $500 ($475 for USCA members), but there are also group discounts available if you want to bring along some of your fellow SVTPers.

USCA participants will participate in an automotive Olympics of sorts. One such event is the Speed Stop Challenge.
USCA participants will participate in an automotive Olympics of sorts. One such event is the Speed Stop Challenge.
The USCA Autocross is a great place to hone your car control skills before you move to the big track.
The USCA Autocross is a great place to hone your car control skills before you move to the big track.

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