Mel Shaw, a 70 year-old from Voorhees, New Jersey, died on Sunday after a heavy crash into a concrete barrier at Brainerd International Raceway in Minnesota.
Phil Hill and Lyn St. James are among “eight individuals who have made significant contributions to the Sports Car Club of America and the world of motorsports” and thus comprise the Club’s newest Hall of Fame class.
Lisa Noble has resigned as President and CEO of the Sports Car Club of America to pursue other challenges, the SCCA board of directors has announced.
Barely two months after he was replaced as SCCA Pro Racing president, Robert Clarke is to resign from the Sports Car Club of America, Motorsport.com has learned.
Former CART, Indy car and IMSA sports car team owner to oversee operations in SCCA’s most prestigious series
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Sports Car Club of America announced today that the IMS road course will be the site of the 2017 SCCA National Championship Runoffs, with race days Sept. 29-Oct. 1.
McCumbee, Gallagher second and third in SCCA Battery Tender Mazda MX-5 Cup qualifying.
Some familiar names in the win column.
Contingencies offered can help defray racing costs.
Now classified for 2015 Tire Rack Solo program.
Five famous names added to the roster.
Eric Prill named Chief Operating Officer.
To be presented at dinner at Rolex 24 at Daytona.
National Corvette Museum to host inaugural event.
Partnership with BF Goodrich continues into 2015.
Ozment oversaw club racing during her 10-year tenure.
The SCCA Runoffs were a bit wild this weekend, as the above photo from Advanced Autosports shows.
1,185 drivers have taken runs this week.
Nearly 1,200 competitors looking for a trophy.
Six groups ran 25-minute races at Heartland Park.
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