What is a SCCA pro driver?

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1.5.9: SCCA PRO RACING DRIVER LICENSE REQUIREMENTS The dumb answer is this is a driver that possesses an SCCA Pro License.

The boring answer is below, copied from the SCCA pro driver general competition rules. The SCCA Pro Racing Driver License holder is eligible to participate in SCCA Pro Racing races not requiring an FIA International license. Examination Requirements A physical examination is required of each competitor applying for a Pro, in the following manner: - Every five (5) years for those 16-35 years of age - Every two (2) years for those 36-59 years of age - Every year for those 60 years of age and older Note: A physical examination is required annually of each competitor applying for an FIA driver license. Requirements for SCCA Pro Racing Driver License and Renewal: - SCCA Pro Racing Driver License application completed in full. - $350.00 license fee, includes SCCA annual membership. - Current membership in SCCA. - One (1) passport photo. - Driver must have competed in at least three (3) National events, or equivalent, in the past 12 months prior to application, or have a letter of recommendation from another SCCA Pro Racing recognized sanctioning body and a resume of experience. - SCCA Pro Racing licenses are valid for the calendar year, January to December. 2008 PRR 14 Requirements for FlA Driver License and Renewal: - SCCA Pro Racing physical examination form completed in full and dated after October 1st of the previous year.. - FIA Driver License application completed in full. - $200.00 license fee. - Current SCCA Membership. - Three (3) passport photos. - Driver must hold, at the time of applying for an FIA Driver License, an SCCA National Competition license, or SCCA Pro Racing Driver license, and must have successfully completed five (5) National events, or the equivalent, in the 12 months prior to application. - Driver must hold a senior grade license (National Competition, or Pro Driver License, at the time of applying for an FIA Driver License). Provisional License SCCA Pro Racing may, at its sole discretion, issue a provisional license to drivers that do not meet the printed criteria within these rules. The suitability of a driver to be issued a provisional license is determined on a case-by-case basis.

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