SCCA Club Racing
The club racing program is the road racing division of SCCA, where drivers race wheel-to-wheel on either dedicated race tracks or on temporary street circuits. Competitors require either a regional or a national racing license. Both modified production cars (ranging from lightly-modified cars with only extra safety equipment to heavily-modified cars that retain only the basic shape of the original vehicle) and purpose built formula cars and sports racer cars can be used in club racing.
Most of the participants in the Club Racing program are unpaid amateurs, but some go on to professional racing careers. The club is also the source for race workers in all specialties, without whom racing organization and operation would not be possible.
The annual National Championship for Club Racing is called the “Runoffs” which will be held at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin in 2013.
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Join the SCCA. Visit the Sports Car Club of America website to find out about membership programs, learn about car classifications, and follow Sports Car Club of America’s step by step guide to get on the track. You can also request an information packet or download a membership form.