Spokane Show is not an ISCA Show

I have heard that some exhibitors competed in the show in Spokane because they believed that it is an ISCA-sanctioned event. THIS IS NOT THE CASE. Spokane is not part of the ISCA Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series and any awards won there do not count toward the Championships.

If you have any questions regarding the competition, please contact Paul Potocki or myself.

Kind Regards,

Janet Bires
ISCA General Manager

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Showing Your Vehicle at an ISCA Show – Part 1

In case you are curious about showing your car at an ISCA-sanctioned event, here is Page 1 of a brochure which explains how it works.

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Showing Your Vehicle at an ISCA Show- Part 2

Here is Page 2 of the brochure.

Paul Potocki Named ISCA Competition Director

ISCA judging supervisor Paul Potocki has been named the ISCA Competition Director. If you have any questions regarding the ISCA competition or judging-related matters, Paul can help you! His contact information is listed on Page 2 of the 2018 Rule Book, which you can access by clicking on the Rule Book navigation tab at the top of the home page. A direct link to his email will be added to the Contact Us tab shortly.

Please join me in congratulating Paul!

Janet Bires
ISCA General Manager

Big Winners at AutoRama Montreal

Congratulations to the winners at the 4th Annual AutoRama Montreal! Top Awards in the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series went to: Luc Mathieu’s ’60 Chevy Corvette (Best Restored); Don Hamilton’s ’37 Ford Truck (Best Rod); Gil Leblanc’s ’59 Chevy Corvette (Best Street Machine/Comp); Ron Dawson’s ’53 Mercury Pickup; and Ronson Burton’s ’63 Chevy Nova.

Here is a list of the Outstanding Award winners: Custom – Martin Desbois, ’96 Cadillac; Sports/Sports Compact – Jean Desbois; Full/Radical/Handbuilt Custom – David Gravelle, ’51 Chevy Bel Air; Truck – Eddy Tassi, ’51 Chevy Pickup; Competition – Serge Giroux, ’14 Chevy Camaro; Street Machine – Bruno Belanger, ’63 Chevy Corvette; Restored – Alain Portelance, ’57 Chevy Corvette. Jessica Neveau earned the Rising Star award for here ’74 Dodge Challenger.

Pictures will be posted when they are received.

FéIicitations / Congratulations!

ISCA Pick Award – NSRA Northeast Nationals

Here are the ISCA Pick Award winners from the NSRA Northeast Nationals in Burlington, Vermont last weekend:

ISCA Pick 2 - NSRA Northeast Nationals - Burling Vermont

Pre-1948 Pick: Kevin McGidney’s ’37 Chevy pickup from Deposit, NY

ISCA Pick 1 - NSRA Northeast Regionals - Burlington Vermont

Post-1948 Pick: Wesley & Debbie Craig’s ’59 GMC pickup from Aubrey, Quebec.

Congrats!

Quebec City Salon Auto Sport Show Has New Dates

Please note that the dates have changed for the Quebec City Salon Auto Sport Show. The new date is April 27-29, 2018. Be sure to mark your calendars!

2017-2018 ISCA SUMMIT RACING EQUIPMENT SHOW CAR SERIES SCHEDULE

The 2017-2018 ISCA Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series Schedule has been posted. Click on the Schedule Tab above to view. We look forward to seeing you at one or more of the shows in the upcoming season!

2018 ISCA Rule Book

The 2018 ISCA Rule Book has been posted. Please click on the Rule Book tab to read and/or download the new edition.

Here is a summary of the major changes:

1. Lowrider Classes must now have air bags, air ride or hydraulics front and rear and must be consistent with Lowrider styling.

2. Traditional Rod class names have been tweaked. There are now only three classes: Nostalgia Rod, Vintage Traditional Rod and Traditional Rod. All may be broken down into coupe, sedan, roadster or pickup at the show.

3. Major changes have been made to the Street Machine/Comp Category classes: All Street Machine classes from other Categories (Custom, Rod, Truck) have been moved to the Street Machine/Comp Category. Additionally, Class 3350.0 Super Street has been renamed Pro ET and Class 3360.0 Super Gas has been renamed Super Pro ET. A new Class, 3365.0 Super Comp, has been added. The explanatory paragraphs for Street Machine, Pro Street, Street Touring and Pro Touring have also been updated with regards to required components and features. Be sure to refer to pages 19 and 28-33 of the Rule Book to familiarize yourself with these changes.

4. In the 5177.0 Big Wheel Bike Category Class, bikes must now have an altered fork to accept the big front wheel.

5. An entry must have two Spot Checks to compete at the Finals — one during the season and one done at the Finals.

6. Under Restored Truck, both 2WD and 4WD entries are considered for this Class.

If you have any questions regarding these changes or other information in the Rule Book, feel free to contact one of the members of the Competition Committee listed on Page 2 of the Rule Book.

ISCA Facebook Page

Check out our new Facebook page: The ISCA – International Show Car Association. We will be posting photos of vehicles that catch our eyes at ISCA-sanctioned shows as well as show info and interesting tidbits.

We will also be tweeting updates on winners once the season begins. Our twitter account is: @theisca.

Be sure to like us, rate us and follow along.

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  • Spokane Show is not an ISCA Show

    I have heard that some exhibitors competed in the show in Spokane because they believed that it is an ISCA-sanctioned event. THIS IS NOT THE CASE. Spokane is not part of the ISCA Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series and any awards won there do not count toward the Championships. If you have any questions […]

  • Showing Your Vehicle at an ISCA Show – Part 1

    In case you are curious about showing your car at an ISCA-sanctioned event, here is Page 1 of a brochure which explains how it works.

  • Showing Your Vehicle at an ISCA Show- Part 2

    Here is Page 2 of the brochure.

  • Paul Potocki Named ISCA Competition Director

    ISCA judging supervisor Paul Potocki has been named the ISCA Competition Director. If you have any questions regarding the ISCA competition or judging-related matters, Paul can help you! His contact information is listed on Page 2 of the 2018 Rule Book, which you can access by clicking on the Rule Book navigation tab at the […]

  • Big Winners at AutoRama Montreal

    Congratulations to the winners at the 4th Annual AutoRama Montreal! Top Awards in the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series went to: Luc Mathieu’s ’60 Chevy Corvette (Best Restored); Don Hamilton’s ’37 Ford Truck (Best Rod); Gil Leblanc’s ’59 Chevy Corvette (Best Street Machine/Comp); Ron Dawson’s ’53 Mercury Pickup; and Ronson Burton’s ’63 Chevy Nova. […]