The International Show Car Association (ISCA) is the sanctioning body for World of Wheels and Autorama and tracks all results and standings.
ISCA was formed in 1963 to act as the sanctioning body for the competition at our shows and doesn’t produce any of the indoor shows. Its purpose is to oversee the competition at each event, supervise the judging staff, keep track of exhibitor points, and manage the series championship, which is known as the Summit Racing Equipment Show Car Series.
ISCA-sanctioned events are produced throughout the United States, from coast-to-coast, and in parts of Canada. For 2012/2013, shows will be held in 20 states and three Canadian provinces. The number of spectators at these events ranges from 150,000 at the largest show, to 20,000 at the smaller shows. However, due to the competition, top quality vehicles are entered at all shows, no matter the size.
With over 350 classifications, the competition covers just about any type of vehicle including: hot rods, customs, trucks, street machines/competition, sports cars, sport compacts, bikes and restored vehicles.
ISCA-sanctioned events award an average of $10,000 in cash and prizes to exhibitors at each show, and the total for the entire season is more than $750,000. An additional $250,000 in cash and prizes is awarded at the Championship Finals banquet. We love to give back to our exhibitors, and the ISCA is the only championship series that pays participants travel money to attend our shows.