Car Audio Competition organizations dBDRA (dB Drag Racing Association), MECA (Mobile Electronics Competition Association) and IASCA (International Autosound Challenge Association) will again join forces for a unified finals event.
It will be held at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala., over the weekend of Oct. 17-18. This event will include all competitors from SQ to SPL and will allow for the opportunity to compete in multiple formats all under one roof. The event will allow for competition in multiple formats under one roof.
The venue hosted the second Annual Car Audio Championships in 2013 and was liked by many competitors, and requests for a return to the venue have finally come to fruition with the decision to hold the 2015 event there.
As in years past, the event will feature a “Quiet Zone” for SQ Judging in IASCA and MECA each morning of the event, and optional Friday night judging of sound quality vehicles is being considered. An SQ schedule will be released within the next 30 days.
The SPL competition will take place in the building with for more than 100 vehicles. Plans are already underway for an floor plan/lane structure to improve traffic flow.
"Many IASCA competitors have stated they really enjoyed the Huntsville venue and in all honesty, we liked it too" said Moe Sabourin, Director of Operations for IASCA. "The Von Braun Center is a quality building worthy of hosting an event of this caliber; we look forward to returning there in 2015.”
“The dBDRA is thrilled to have finals back in Huntsville again for 2015,” said dB Drag Racing Association Marketing Director Celise Harris. “The collaborative effort of the organizations is a huge benefit to all of the parties involved. The dBDRA will also offer crossover organization points for competitors to use towards their Finals points requirements.”
“The MECA club is committed to enhancing the awareness and popularity of car audio sports, for us SQL and SPL, and everything to do with car audio and mobile electronics,” stated MECA President Steve Stern, "We've had a bump in interest and participation, and having a great venue like Huntsville will reward our dedicated members and fans with a great event."