BOWLING GREEN, Kentucky (September 29, 2019) – The Tire Rack Time Trials Nationals Powered by Hagerty crowned champions on Sunday at NCM Motorsports Park after 194 entries competed to post the quickest combined TrackSprint, Saturday afternoon lap, and Sunday lap in an event that focused on the SCCA experience and comradery as much as the competition. The event combined performance driving – with competitor experience levels ranging from Novice to Advanced and cars that covered the gamut from daily drivers to track specials – and the fun of a four-day cars and coffee. From the start, the tone of the event was focused on the experience even while drivers tried to improve their lap times with coaching. Drivers were welcomed with the Holley Performance Day and Welcome Party on Thursday, an impromptu and unofficial potluck on Friday night, and the Hagerty All-Participant Party on Saturday evening. With three hours and 50 minutes of total track time available for all four days, plus two runs at the TrackSprint portion of the track, participants and cars were tested throughout a hot, sunny weekend. All of that track time wrapped with the KONI Podium Celebration on Sunday evening. Holley Performance, who provided each and [...]
TNiA reignites a love for racing with two drivers and provides the pathway into wheel-to-wheel road racing.
Bob Green memorializes John Godfrey.
Find a co-driver and consider a car-share arrangement to minimize the expenses and add the benefits of a race partner.
Please complete a very brief survey on women in motorsports for a fellow SCCA member researching the topic.
The countdown to the holidays is underway. Take advantage of the season's great shopping deals and fulfill a few wishes for the racer in your life.
In this video, Steve Introne (long-time New England Region member) explains why Spec Racer Ford is the perfect class for a rookie road racer.
NER's Flag Chief, Jessie Honigs, and IT7 driver, Jason Carroll, take the green flag of marriage as they exchange vows and beers in the Winner's Circle of NHMS.
As we prepare for our annual Race Against Leukemia weekend of events, please consider making a cash donation to the UMASS Memorial Fund to honor a racer or loved one. Donations can be given for any amount. Our goal is set for $5000. Help us meet that! Read more about the UMass Memorial Children's Medical Center and the work being done to find new treatments here. DONATE! Click here to donate to the RAL-UMass Memorial Fund Mission The UMass Memorial Foundation, Inc. raises funds on behalf of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care, Inc. Through the careful and responsible stewardship of these funds, the Foundation works with donors to facilitate advancements in medical research, patient care, and the education of tomorrow's medical professionals.
With each passing day, the 2018 SCCA® National Championship Runoffs® at Sonoma Raceway get a little bit closer. And as such, it's time for racers and workers to be aware of key dates approaching for the event taking place Oct. 16-21 just north of San Francisco, California. Garage Lottery Registration For competitors, Aug. 1 is the first important date to mark on calendars as that is when Garage Lottery registration begins at 10 a.m. Central Time. Lottery entry cost is $1,050 -- the equivalent of a Runoffs entry. Drivers need NOT have fulfilled Runoffs eligibility requirements to register at that time, and Garage Lottery registration will be open until Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. Central Time. At that point, names will be drawn randomly to award garage space and create the ordered waitlist. Those receiving garage spaces will be notified by Wednesday, Aug. 22 and charged the balance of the garage space fee (pricing available here). All registrants will receive a credit of $1,050 to their MotorsportReg.com account to be applied to a 2018 Runoffs entry. Prep Shop and Multi-Car Team Spaces Also beginning Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 10 a.m. Central Time is the online request process for Prep Shop and Multi-Car Team spaces. [...]