Register Plane

Judging will be held for:

ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Series AND I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series

International Master Bike Builder Association Awards

South Hall Hot Rod Asylum Awards  



2015 ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Series Awards and I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series (Click to view PDF)

2015 ISCA RULE BOOK (Click to view PDF )

2015 International Master Bike Builder Association Awards (Click to view PDF)

2015 South Hall Hot Rod Asylum Awards (Click to view PDF)

ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series:
A vehicle can be entered for $50 under the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series and will become an ISCA member. Those vehicles are eligible for the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment points awards, cash awards, plaques and will be judged by the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment judging team. All registered vehicles will receive two (2) all-event participant badges, one (1) three-day event parking permit, one (1) admission to the Thursday Burger Bash, one (1) t-shirt, one (1) outdoor trailer parking space. They also receive an ISCA decal plus an ISCA membership card.

I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series:
A vehicle can be entered for $40 under the I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series. These vehicles will be judged by the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment judging team and will receive plaques in their respective class of car. All registered vehicles will receive two (2) all-event participant badges, one (1) three-day event parking permit, one (1) admission to the Thursday Burger Bash, one (1) t-shirt, one (1) outdoor trailer parking space. Additionally all driven cars are eligible to win an ISCA Street Achievement Award. 10 will be awarded.

What is the difference between the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series judging and the I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series judging?
Answer from Paul Potocki: ISCA Judge: Easiest explanation is the I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series judging is a "Rockers Up" inspection, whereas the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series judging is an inspection where every area of the vehicle is judged thoroughly.

Vehicles that are registered under the I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Driven Series will have until 5:00 pm on Thursday, March 13, 2014 to pay an additional $10.00 to be moved into the ISCA/Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series and be judged for ISCA points awards, cash awards and plaques.

  

The Summit Gold Cup and Ring: The Summit Racing Equipment I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama Gold Cup Award was established to recognize an outstanding entry being shown for the first time in Cleveland. The rules to qualify for this prestigious award are as follows. All qualified entries must be shown for the first time in Cleveland. All qualified entries must be current registered ISCA members. The Summit Gold Cup Award will be decided by the ISCA judging staff and carries with it a $5,000.00 cash award AND a one-of-a-kind 10K gold ring!!!

 

The Duck Award: Roy E. Schabel was not a celebrity, but a person who loved motorcycles and people. He had the ability to bring a spark of life to those around him, just as he did to a freshly built motor. Known only as "Duck", the Litchfield Township businessman never used his real name with any lending institution. There were only a handful of people who knew him by his real name. Duck was a Vietnam veteran who acquired his nickname doing Donald Duck impressions for friends and operated Duck's Putter Parts. The duck paraphernalia that adorned his motorcycle repair shop was a testimony to the name recognition that it gave him both personally and professionally. People came from across the country to have him repair their motorcycle engines and transmissions. Over a period of twelve years Duck judged motorcycle entries at the Cleveland Auto-Rama. As a judge, he was impartial and fair. When Duck became a judge, the problems associated with awarding motorcycle trophies disappeared. Most of the entrants were entertained by Duck's impersonations after the show closed, although very few people knew he was doing them. Roy's life was snuffed out on October 2, 1988 when a drunk driver swerved left of center and collided with his motorcycle head on. We at the I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama will continue to honor Roy E. "Duck" Schabel with an ongoing award in his name beginning in 2005. The Duck Award will be decided by the ISCA judging staff. This prestigious award will carry a cash award of $1500.00. The award will be given to the best motorcycle first-time shown that exhibits the most creative originality, design engineering, and workmanship.