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What does SCCA stand for?

SCCA stands for Sports Car Club of America

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Ken Payson of Rutland was third in the Mazda Miata race of the New England Region Sports Car Club of America Championships yesterday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.
Since Barbara didn’t ask for a nickel in alimony, he had plenty of disposable income to buy a 1926 35C Bugatti (the same model in which Isadora Duncan lost her life, as he frequently and gleefully pointed out) and to participate in amateur car races sponsored by the Sports Car Club of America, of which he was a member.
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.