The SARRC series is the most successful regional race series in all of SCCA. Each year, the series has 25 races and over 4000 total entries. SARRC stands for the South Atlantic Road Racing Championship. The final SARRC race of the race season is at Roebling Road in October and is called the SIC or SARRC Invitational Challenge. As the name implies, this is an invitation only race. In order to be invited, a driver must enter three regular season SARRC races. Drivers may count their points for their best six regular season races toward the SARRC Championship. In addition, the points earned at the SIC count double and are added to the best six regular season races.
2014 marked the end of National Racing as we know it, with the Majors Tour replacing National Racing as the top level of SCCA amateur competition and the primary path to a RunOffs invitation. However, since the Majors requires a very significant commitment in both time and money (particularly a commitment to tow long distances coupled with current high fuel prices), the SCCA Board of Directors has decided to permit Divisions to provide a Divisional “Alternate Path To The RunOffs”.
The Tarheel Cup Pro Series (hereafter known as TCPS) is a regional points series conducted by the North Carolina Region (NCR) of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and any other region(s) in the SEDiv. of SCCA which requests the right to include a TCPS regional race in their own region’s race calendar, which request receives the prior approval of the BoD of the NCR and the TCPS Committee.
Atlantic Pro Cup is a replacement for the Carolina Cup Pro Series.
The series is designed to promote fun, hassle free racing with a professional atmosphere.
APC is a points-based, team series, with cash awards for top finishers in each race and a cumulative cash prize for the overall points winner at the end the season.
APC races are all 45 minutes in length with a mandatory 2 minute pit-stop. Many teams opt to run one driver per race, however rules allow for a driver swap allowing more drivers to participate and gain valuable seat time.
In the interest of maximizing the opportunities for SCCA members to race and enjoy their cars, some of which may not fit into one of the “recognized” SCCA classes, NC Region supports the inclusion of the ITE class for regional racing. (The WDCR ITE rules are incorporated into these rules.)
It is highly recommended that anyone considering entering an ITE car in a NC Region event contact NC Region Chief of Tech, Buddy Matthews at 336-312-8858 or email@example.com
WDCR is host to the Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Series (MARRS), one of the largest and most successful club level racing series in the country. Do you want to go racing? We host a driver’s school each spring (and sometimes fall) that will prepare you for your own competition driver’s license. Each spring, the Region holds the first round of the North East Division (NEDiv) NESCCA Championship at our home track, Summit Point.
The General Competition Rules online are made available by SCCA Road Racing as a courtesy to our entrants, volunteers, and anyone interested in learning more about the technical regulations governing SCCA Road Racing. If you would like a copy of the printed GCR, contact SCCA Merchandise by calling 800.770.2055.
Updates to the rule book are made on a monthly basis and can be downloaded for free below. Each update includes Fastrack updates, recommended items and Board of Director’s decisions.
The GCR online version is available in Adobe Acrobat format, version 10 or later. If you do not have the latest version of the Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download it here.
The GCR is available to print by following link below, click DocStore Catalog, then the GCR. From here you can print the most up to date version and only the categories you need!