The National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) was founded in 1959 and is dedicated to promoting interest in Corvette ownership and operation, as well as getting owners to participate in events connected with our fine cars. NCCC membership is separate from FCC membership, and although optional, does provide many additional benefits and plenty of extra fun!
As a member of NCCC with FCC, you’ll be able to accumulate points for participating in events throughout country. You’ll then be ranked against other members in the Region as well as those around the country. FCC is also ranked as a club against all other Corvette clubs in the Region. FCC has been ranked 1st in the Region in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and we have ranked as high as 14th in the Nation!
There are several event types around the Region each year, which many of our members participate in.
By far, the safest form of racing to participate in and the only way to really know what you and your car are capable of. Each driver runs one a time through a course outlined with cones. Each lap is timed. Cars are grouped by year and modifications, so you’ll be running against cars with similar capabilities. The only requirement is to pass a basic technical inspection. You must wear a SNELL rated helmet. Coupes and convertibles are welcome to “low speed” (top speed less than 80MPH) events.
Want to see how it works?
Visit http://luckygargoylecorvette.weebly.com/nccc-autocross-racing-videos.html for videos of FCC member Mike Augello’s autocross events.
“High speed” events are held on regular race tracks and are not limited in speed. Convertibles must have a roll bar. The only event nearby is the weekend of Thanksgiving at Roebling Road in Georgia.
Many Corvette owners are familiar with cleaning up their car and showing it off at a show. Now you can accumulate points for you and FCC, as well as compete for trophies.
Other events include drag races and funkana’s although these types of events have not been scheduled in the region for a number of years.
The rule book and further information about all NCCC competition can be found here: https://www.corvettesnccc.org/Competition/Competition.htmll
Events in our region can be found here:
Additional benefits to being an NCCC member are automatic insurance coverage at sanctioned events, discounts in certain merchandise and services, a quarterly magazine and much more.
Visit https://www.corvettesnccc.org/ for information about everything NCCC has to offer.