ROAD RACING SERIES
Technical questions may be directed to NC Region Chief of Tech, Chris Shimmel 919-644-1334 or [email protected]
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SOUTH ATLANTIC ROAD RACING CHAMPIONSHIP (SARRC)
Jim Creighton, SARRC Administrator – [email protected]
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.
ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP RACING SERIES (ECR)
Carol Cone, ECR Administrator [email protected]
The ECR is a regional race series limited only to Spec Miata, Showroom stock, SRF & IT classes. ECR is the Endurance Championship Race series and is 1.5 or longer races.
The series is similar to SARRC in that you count your best six regular season races and the double points for the Championship race which is scheduled the same weekend this year as the SIC.
TARHEEL CUP SERIES (TCS)
Sam Fouse, TCS Administrator [email protected]
The Tarheel Cup Series – TCS 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.
ATLANTIC PRO CUP SERIES (APC)
Rich Mesick, APC Administrator [email protected]
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.
V8 ROAD RACING SERIES
V8RRS Series Administrator, Butch Kumer [email protected]
V8RRS is a program for those that want to compete using big American V8’s in road racing events. This program builds upon the very successful V8 Stock Car series that targeted specific events to provide enhanced competition in the Big Bore classes, but V8RRS expands the concept even further.
PRODUCTION CAR FESTIVAL
More info coming soon.
MID ATLANTIC ROAD RACING SERIES (MARRS)
MARRS is administered by the Washington DC Region. The link to the right will take you to their Road Racing page.
SCCA HOOSIER SUPER TOUR
Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour consists of multiple weekends at premier tracks across the United States. Each event includes two races for each Runoffs-eligible car class.
Venues are selected based on various attributes. Some have decades of history with a record book featuring the biggest names in all of motorsport. Other sites are top “pro” tracks offering the best quality racing surface and amenities. And certain tracks were selected because they are the best “club” courses in the country, where challenging layouts are matched with warm hospitality and a “family feel” to the paddock area.
Hoosier Super Tour drivers earn points toward two separate point championships, the U.S. Majors Tour Conference Championships, which include other non-Hoosier Super Tour Majors events, and the Hoosier Super Tour Championship. Hoosier Super Tour Champions earn a free set of tires, a commemorative trophy and jacket for their achievement. The points structure is the same as the U.S. Majors Tour with the best six Hoosier Super Tour races, plus the Runoffs finish, going toward deciding class champions.
SCCA US MAJORS TOUR
The U.S. Majors Tour is the pinnacle of championship racing in North America.
This isn't Easy Street. This is where America's best amateur drivers race. It means start-to-finish, wheel-to-wheel action. It's where drivers not only put their cars on the track, they put their pride on the line.
Make no mistake, this is not country club driving. The kindred spirit found here is mixed with fuel and emotion. Adrenaline pumps a little harder here.
Take a close look. It's not for everyone. If you long for the flag that welcomes or denies you, we have a spot for you. Welcome to the Majors.