SCCA - News http://www.scca.com/news/ Sports Car Club of America Sat, 31 Jan 2015 14:35:02 GMT SCCA Members Wittmer, Lawrence and Keating Take Home A Rolex From Daytona http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52278 <p><strong>DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (January 25, 2015) &ndash;</strong> It took one full day of racing to decide it, but three SCCA members earned a new watch on Sunday at Daytona International Speedway during the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona after winning their IMSA Tudor United SportsCar Championship class.</p> <p>Seven-time Pirelli World Challenge race winner Kuno Wittmer, two-time SCCA Pro Racing Trans Am 2 champion Cameron Lawrence and nine-year SCCA member Ben Keating teamed up in the No. 93 TI Automotive Dodge Viper SRT, along with Dominik Farnbacher and Al Carter, to take home the win and the famous prize in GTD after 704 laps, or 2,506.24 miles, around the 3.56-mile circuit.</p> <p>The team started the race at the back of the field, but made the most of their time and found themselves in the lead, with Wittmer at the wheel, six hours into the race.</p> <p>&ldquo;Things are just kind of taking off, and it&rsquo;s not really anything that I expected it would be,&rdquo; the 22-year-old Lawrence said after his first endurance race. &ldquo;I&rsquo;ve gotten these opportunities, and worked hard so that I could get here. It was always something in the back of my mind, but I&rsquo;ve always been a fan here and watched it. I never really thought about even driving it until a few years ago. So to be here in my first one and win it with Viper and Riley and TI Automotive is just insane.&rdquo;</p> <p>&ldquo;I think, especially this race, it&rsquo;s all adrenaline. I probably slept maybe an hour or an hour and a half, even when you&rsquo;re trying to sleep you just can&rsquo;t. You&rsquo;re always thinking about the car and what&rsquo;s next. It&rsquo;s a little bit different attitude; all of my stints were longer than a Trans Am race. So it&rsquo;s a little different mindset, but you&rsquo;re still flat out almost the entire time.&rdquo;</p> <p>The Viper swapped the lead in the closing hours with the No. 22 WeatherTech Porsce 911 GT America co-driven by Cooper MacNeil, who also runs in the SCCA SafeRacer Club Racing program, through pit strategy before ultimately finishing 7.588 seconds in front.</p> <p>Pirelli World Challenge competitor and race winner Mark Wilkins looked poised to take a win in the Prototype Challenge class until, with under 20 minutes to go, teammate Colin Braun had an incident trying to close out the race in the No. 54 Composite Resources/Flex Box ORECA FLM09/Chevrolet. Braun was hit and spun, possibly breaking a suspension piece, then spun into the wall exiting the bus stop to end their race for good.</p> <p>The unfortunate ending to the 54 machine, who fell to third at the finish, elevated the No. 16 Autosport Designs Inc./Top 1 Oil ORECA FLM09/Chevrolet co-driven by former Trans Am champion Tomy Drissi to runner-up.</p> <p>The event was scattered with former SCCA National Champions whose teams or machinery didn&rsquo;t place at the top of the endurance test. Former American Sedan National Champion Eric Curran finished fifth in the Prototype class in the No. 31 Corvette Daytona Prototype, while three-time Runoffs champion Scott Sharp was out after 13 hours in the No. 41 Honda HPD ARX Prototype and outside the top 10.</p> <p>In the GTLM class, past Formula Atlantic National Champion and IndyCar star Graham Rahal&rsquo;s team battled through issues to finish fourth in class but 24-laps behind the leader in the No. 24 BMW Z4 GTE. 1993 Formula F National Champion Anthony Lazzaro had the No. 63 Ferrari 458 Italia in front of the GTD class early in the race, but ultimately finished 13 laps behind the class leaders. Tire Rack SCCA Solo National Champion Robert Thorne helped his No. 45 Audi R8 LMS to 10th in the class, two positions ahead of three-time Runoffs Champion Boris Said&rsquo;s No. 97 BMW Z4.</p> <p>IndyCar stars Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan teamed with NASCAR racers Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray in the No. 02 Target/Ford EcoBoost Riley/Ford captured the overall win, covering 740 laps (2,634.4 miles) in the 24-hour period. That team, of course, is owned by 1979 Runoffs podium finisher Chip Ganassi. <br /> &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Sun, 25 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT SCCA Drivers Leading Charge After Six of 24 Hours In Daytona http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52277 <p><strong>DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (January 24, 2015) -</strong> Sports Car Club of America members, champions and racers have represented well for the opening six hours of the 2015 Rolex 24 at Daytona, though at 8:00 p.m. EST on Saturday night the race was only a quarter of the way finished. Three of the five IMSA classes contesting the race are being led by SCCA members at the quarter distance at Daytona International Speedway.</p> <p>In the overall lead is the familiar No. 01 Ford EcoBoos/Target Riley/Ford from Chip Ganassi Racing (himself a Runoffs podium finisher as a driver), led by four-time Rolex 24 winner and two-time Trans Am Series Champion Scott Pruett.</p> <p>Anthony Lazzaro, the 1993 Formula F gold medalist at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs&reg;, led his entire stint in the No. 63 Robert Graham/Royal Purple Ferrari 458 Italia. Lazzaro had enough cushion to pit and pass the car to teammate Jeff Segal while keeping the lead in the GTD class.</p> <p>Just after 8:00, however, following a full course caution and ensuing restart, the No. 93 TI Automotive Dodge Viper SRT moved to the GTD lead with a pair of SCCA members behind the wheel. Defending Trans Am 2 winner Cameron Lawrence and multi-time Pirelli World Challenge race winner Kuno Wittmer and teammates were forced to start from the rear of the field, with Wittmer in control to start the second quarter of the twice-around-the-clock race.</p> <p>With a full lap on nearly all of their class competition, Pirelli World Challenge race winner Mark Wilkins has his Prototype Challenge No. 54 Composite Resources/Flex Box ORECA FLM09/Chevrolet up front as well as the race charges into the night period.</p> <p>Making the highlight reel early in the night is former SCCA SafeRacer Club Racing program racer and 2005 SCCA Pro Racing Battery Tender Mazda MX-5 Cup champion Tom Long, who scored a couple of firsts for SCCA Official Car Mazda in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Long drove the No. 70 Mazda/Castrol/ModSpace Mazda SKYACTIV-D Prototype to the overall lead, becoming the first Mazda and the first diesel-powered car to lead overall in the 24 hour race in the 53-year history of the event.</p> <p>In addition to the on-track action, each of the corners at the 3.56-mile circuit are covered by SCCA flagging and communication crews led by the Central Florida Region with workers from across the country.</p> <p>The race continues until 2:10 p.m. on Sunday at the site of the 2015 SCCA National Championship Runoffs. <br /> &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Sat, 24 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Multi-time SCCA Trans Am Champion Tommy Kendall Named to Motorsports Hall of Fame http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52276 <p><strong>TOPEKA, Kan. (Jan. 23, 2015) &ndash; </strong>Tommy Kendall, a multiple-time Sports Car Club of America Trans Am series Champion, has been announced as part of the 2015 class of inductees to the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. Kendall, and his six fellow inductees will be formally honored at during a ceremony scheduled for June 18, at the Fillmore Theater in Detroit.</p> <p>Starting in 1995, Kendall won the Trans Am series title in three consecutive seasons. In those seasons, Kendall piloted his Jack Roush Racing Ford Mustang to a total of 16 wins, and 27 podium finishes, in 38 races. Kendall also has experience in many other forms of racing, including multiple starts in NASCAR Sprint Cup competition and two starts in the 24 Hours of LeMans.</p> <p>&ldquo;A lot of the names on this year&rsquo;s hall of fame are heroes of mine,&rdquo; Kendall said. &ldquo;[Being on the same list] doesn&rsquo;t really compute. I&rsquo;ve been lucky to have good things happen during my career. To be mentioned with names like that &hellip; at the end of the day it&rsquo;s nice to be recognized for the work you did.&rdquo;</p> <p>Ricky Carmichael, Walker Evans, Warren Johnson, Mark Martin, Duke Nolan and Lloyd Ruby round out the remainder of the 2015 Hall of Fame inductees who were announced at Daytona International Speedway, as part of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.</p> <p>The Motorsports Hall of Fame includes 216 members who represent all forms of motorized competition. The 99-member nomination panel includes such names as Mario Andretti, Don Garlits, Craig Breedlove and Richerd Petty.</p> <p>Additional information on the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America can be found at http://www.mshf.com/.</p> <p>Like the Club on Facebook at Facebook.com/SCCAOfficial and follow us on Twitter @SCCAOfficial.</p> Club Racing Fri, 23 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Longe, Loshak, Reynolds and White Named President’s Cup Finalist http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52273 <p><strong>TOPEKA, Kan. (January 20, 2015) &ndash;</strong> Four SCCA road racing superstars have been named finalists for the 2014 President&rsquo;s Cup, presented annually to the driver demonstrating ability, competitiveness and success at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs&reg;. The winner will be announced from nominees Andrew Longe, Lawrence Loshak, Matt Reynolds and Cliff White (in alphabetical order) at the 2015 SCCA Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet presented by Mazda on February 21 in Charlotte, North Carolina.</p> <p>For the first time, the winner of the year&rsquo;s top Club Racing driving honor will be announced from a pool of finalists at the same banquet that inducts this year&rsquo;s SCCA Hall of Fame class.</p> <p>The President&rsquo;s cup was originally presented by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1954, and has gone to racing legends Roger Penske, Skip Barber, Bobby Rahal, Jim Hall, Paul Newman and more.</p> <p>&ldquo;The President&rsquo;s Cup winners contain some of the all-time greats in motorsports history, so Andrew, Lawrence, Matt and Cliff deserve a hearty congratulations just for the nomination on the heels of their National Championships,&rdquo; Lisa Noble, SCCA President &amp; CEO, said. &ldquo;This year we get to recognize a larger class of future SCCA legends at the same time as our current class of Hall of Famers, and that attention is absolutely warranted.&rdquo;</p> <p>Longe, of Naples, Florida, earned his nomination with a Touring 2 victory at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in the No. 02 Trianon/FALL-LINE Motorsports Porsche 911. Longe battled for his first National Championship with Kyle Kelley, eventually winning by just 0.047-second, the fifth-closest Runoffs finish in the modern transponder era.</p> <p>Loshak, of Grafton, Wisconsin, won a drag race to the finish line over Jason Isley in H Production to defend his title in the No. 1 ETE Reman/HYPERformance/RWM/Hoosier Honda CRX and earn his fifth-career gold medal. Loshak&rsquo;s title came by just 0.189-second, and he led 19 of 20 laps in the race.</p> <p>Reynolds, of Boerne, Texas, absolutely dominated a competitive E Production field for his first National Championship in the No. 71 Reynolds Brother&rsquo;s Racing/Jesse Prather Motorsports/Vintage Connection Mazda Miata. Reynolds earned the SCCA Super Sweep award with his 20.276-second victory.</p> <p>White, of Huntsville, Alabama, earned his Spec Racer Ford National Championship in the closest finish in class history. White&rsquo;s 0.065-second win in the No. 58 Cottage Senior Living/Valvoline Spec Racer Ford over Mike Miserendino was the second National Championship of his career.</p> <p>Also included in the banquet are the Solo Driver of the Year, the SCCA Member of Excellence, the RallyCross Dirty Cup, and the Woolf Barnato Award.</p> <p>Roger H. Johnson, Oscar Koveleski, Ron Sharp, Dr. George Snively and Bob Tullius will officially enter the SCCA Hall of Fame during the evening&rsquo;s festivities.</p> <p>The MSX Expo and SCCA Convention will be held at the Charlotte Convention Center February 20-21 and the SCCA Hall of Fame celebration will be Saturday, February 21 at the Hilton Charlotte Hotel. Hotel cutoff for special rates has been extended to January 27; reservations can be made at <a href="https://aws.passkey.com/g/27699140">https://aws.passkey.com/g/27699140</a> online or by phone 877-667-7213.</p> <p>For more information or to register, visit <a href="http://MSXExpo.com">MSXExpo.com</a>. Tickets for the SCCA Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet are $100, and SCCA Members can include either the SCCA National Convention or the MSX Conference, complete with speakers designed to improve motorsports skills, for an additional $95. Admission the MSX Expo show floor is free for SCCA members.<br /> &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Tue, 20 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Round Two of the Western Conference Wraps From Fontana http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52269 <p><strong>FONTANA, Calif. (January 18, 2015) &ndash;</strong> The U.S. Majors Tour championship races are firmly underway in the Western Conference after the opening weekend wrapped on Sunday from Auto Club Speedway.</p> <p><br /> Seven race groups ran on the 21-turn, 2.8-mile circuit that uses both the infield road course and a large part of the oval superspeedway for the second time over the weekend, with Sunday&rsquo;s races each stretching for 18 laps.</p> <p>In action at Auto Club Speedway:</p> <p>Group 1: It was a repeat of winners for most of the opening race group, beginning with Robert Green&rsquo;s No. 92 Bullet Performance BMW 325 sneaking away from another battle with Carl Young&rsquo;s No. 23 Tom Lepper &amp; Associates Chevrolet Cobalt. Unlike Saturday&rsquo;s race where he battled from behind, Green held on out front for the distance and the win.</p> <p>Paul Whiting swept the Super Touring Lite weekend with a new track record of 1:55.937 in the No. 51 Next Victory Honda CRX, with Derrick Ambrose&rsquo; No. 71 CorkSport Mazda Performance/Monarch Inspections/BFG Mazda2 claiming two trophies in B-Spec. Anthony Lanza&rsquo;s No. 15 Lanza &amp; Smith Lotus Exige and Christopher Qualls&rsquo; No. 73 Hasa Chemical Ford Mustang took Touring 2 and Touring 3, respectively.</p> <p>Philip Royle took advantage of mechanical misfortune from Saturday winner Tom Wickersham and then a stumble by Tao Takaoka&rsquo;s No. 03 Mazda RX-8, moving around Takaoka on the penultimate lap to take the Touring 4 win. Royle&rsquo;s No. 09 Honda/BFGoodrich Tires Honda Civic was still a street car just a month ago.</p> <p>Group 2: Spec Racer Ford began similarly to Saturday, with just the No. 69 Team Widget SRF of Denny Fosdick and the No. 90 East Anglia Motorsports SRF of Jack Wille battling back and forth early. But that fight allowed the No. 49 Flat Out Racing SRF of Marty Williams to sneak up on the pair and influence the action.</p> <p>Williams moved into second, splitting the pair, while alternator trouble had Willes convinced he was relegated to third. Coming under the white flag, however, Williams relaxed slightly after misinterpreting it as the checkered flag. At the same time, Willes car came back to life, and he closed quickly to Fosdick on the banking.</p> <p>In a repeat of Saturday, Willes moved around Fosdick just into the infield. That gap and full power was all he needed, hanging on for the final lap and taking his second win of the weekend.</p> <p>TJ Acker&rsquo;s No. 62 MBI Racing SRF worked with the No. 11 MBI Racing SRF of Mike Miserendino to sneak away from the No. 24 Pro Drive Racing SRF of Saturday winner Todd Harris in the quicker Spec Racer Ford Gen3 class.</p> <p>Harris hung close, but it was just Acker and Miserendino under the white flag. Miserendino waited until then to use the draft on the banking to move around Acker, and took the win.</p> <p>Group 3: The closest class battle in the fast wings and things group was for the overall win, with two Prototype 1 cars battling it out for supremacy.</p> <p>Saturday winner Timothy Day&rsquo;s No. 8 TJR Motorsports Stohr WF1 swapped the lead several times with Miles Jackson&rsquo;s No. 52 Jackson Dean Construction Wolf GB08MJ. Day tucked in behind Jackson&rsquo;s machine on the banking to draft with fears that the car couldn&rsquo;t hold enough fuel to go the distance; meanwhile, the weekend was the maiden voyage for Jackson&rsquo;s machine, and came with its own set of concerns. With a lap and a half to go, however, Day went for broke and opened up, moving around Jackson and taking the win.</p> <p>After pulling in early on Saturday with only second gear in his transmission, defending Formula Mazda National Champion Mike Anderson pulled back into victory circle in the No. 1 HASA/Whiteflyer Formula Mazda. With a full gear box, Anderson was virtually uncontested on his way to the win.</p> <p>Gary Hickman went two for two in Formula 1000 on the weekend, setting the pace in the No. 16 Edge Engineering Phoenix. David Ferguson&rsquo;s Sunday was gold medal worthy as well, taking the win in the No. 75 Veracity Racing Data Van Diemen RFS-03/Mazda.</p> <p>16-year-old Yufeng Luo took his second-career Majors win in the No. 13 Dave Freitas Racing Van Diemen DP08/Ford, with Brandon Aleckson&rsquo;s No. 83 Dan&rsquo;s Upholstery Formula Enterprises/Ford earning his class win.</p> <p>Group 4: Elliott Skeer led two laps in two races during the weekend at Auto Club Speedway, but those passes were good enough to take home two wins and the early point lead in the Western Conference Spec Miata.</p> <p>Like Saturday, Skeer&rsquo;s No. 17 Rush Motorsports Mazda Miata stalked Clement Lee&rsquo;s No. 68 RM Autosport Miata for 17 of the 18 laps of the race. Once under the while flag, Lee kept Skeer from going around him coming off of the banking, but then the pair ran side by side for three corners before Skeer found himself on the inside and then into the lead.</p> <p>Once in front, Skeer charged to the finish, leaving Lee with two second-place trophies despite leading nearly each lap of the weekend.</p> <p>Group 5: The production group was full of weekend sweeps, led by Aaron Downey&rsquo;s No. 5 Roundpeg.com/Mazda Mazda RX-3 racing to the overall group win in E Production. Joe Huffaker matched that feat in F Production, unchallenged in the No. 77 Huffaker Engineering MG Midget, while Jason Isley was two-for-two on the weekend in his H Production No. 99 Racer.com/Hoosier Toyota Yaris.</p> <p>GT-Lite went to John Bower, in the No. 44 Nissan Sentra after post-race technical inspection.</p> <p>Group 6: Attrition was the name of the game in the big bore group, with only a handful of cars running at the end. How bad was it? Even GT-3 winner Wolfgang Maike&rsquo;s No. 15 Toyota/Red Line Oil Toyota Paseo broke just before he was about to take his victory lap.</p> <p>Prior to that, though, Maike battled with and then drove around Michael Henderson&rsquo;s No. 2 Mazda/Redline Oil/Goodyear Mazda RX-7 for the win.</p> <p>Mike Lewis pulled his No. 12 Goodyear/Cyclo/Red Line Jaguar XKR off track early and out of the overall lead, but still earned the GT-1 win. Robert Kelly&rsquo;s No. 66 Upracing.com Chevrolet Monte Carlo moved up both in his GT-2 class and overall as the leaders fell out, eventually taking the top spot.</p> <p>Chris Qualls earned his fourth win of the weekend in the No. 73 Hasa Chemical/B&amp;D Racing/Hoosier Ford Mustang with his American Sedan win, and Ken Davis&rsquo; No. 64 Davis Stone Inc. Chevrolet Corvette had his day ended by a blown clutch, but after covering enough distance for the win.</p> <p>Group 7: One day after being taken out in an opening lap incident, Mike Lewis made sure he was clear of any trouble in Formula F by running out to a lead that grew to 13.872 seconds at the finish.</p> <p>Lewis went flag-to-flag for the win, his third win of the weekend including GT-1, after crew spent a large part of the night repairing both he and teammate Bill Kephart&rsquo;s cars following Saturday&rsquo;s incident.</p> <p>Formula Vee was a Dennis Andrade runaway on Saturday, but was a four-car battle for the lead for most of the distance on Sunday. Andrade&rsquo;s No. 87 D &amp; D Racing Vortech was joined by the Skip Streets (No. 51 Hoosier Mysterian), Mark Edwards (No. 74 Redline/Hoosier Glamdring), and Timothy Harris (No. 20 Apex Fire Systems Mysterian M3) early, but he and Streets shook free near the finish to settle it on their own.</p> <p>Sheets had spent the early part of the race testing whether or not he could draft past Andrade before the finish line, and had consistently been able to pull it off. With that in mind, Sheets ran second on the final lap for the last dash to the finish.</p> <p>Wondering after the race if he hadn&rsquo;t been fooled by some crafty driving on Andrade&rsquo;s part, Sheets&rsquo; final move fell about 12 inches &ndash; 0.018-second &ndash; shy of the win at the stripe. The win was the second of the weekend for Andrade.</p> <p>The Western Conference Majors Tour continues with Rounds Three and Four at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway, March 21-22. The next U.S. Majors Tour event is a dual event for the Southeast and the Mid-States Conference at NOLA Motorsports Park, March 7-8.</p> <p>More information, including results, from Auto Club Speedway is available at SCCA.com/AutoClubMajors.</p> <p>FONTANA, Calif. - Provisional race winners for Sunday's Western Conference Majors Tour Round Two at Auto Club Speedway. Drivers are listed by Class: name, hometown, and car.</p> <p>American Sedan: Christopher Qualls, West Los Angeles, Calif., Ford Mustang<br /> B-Spec: Derrick Ambrose, Vancouver, Wash., Mazda2<br /> E Production: Aaron Downey, Rossmoor, Calif., Mazda RX-3<br /> F Production: Joe Huffaker, Petaluma, Calif., MG Midget<br /> H Production: Jason Isley, Coto de Caza, Calif., Toyota Yaris <br /> Formula 1000: Gary Hickman, Santee, Calif., Phoenix F1000<br /> Formula Continental: Yufeng Luo, Arcadia, Calif., Van Diemen RF08/Ford<br /> Formula Enterprises: Brandon Aleckson, Watsonville, Calif., Formula Enterprises/Ford<br /> Formula F: Michael Lewis, Poway, Calif., Vestal 09F/Honda<br /> Formula Mazda: Mike Anderson, Anza, Calif., Formula Mazda<br /> Formula Vee: Dennis Andrade, Buckeye, Ariz., Vortech/Volkswagen<br /> GT-1: Michael Lewis, Poway, Calif., Jaguar XKR<br /> GT-2: Robert Kelley, Huntington Beach, Calif., Chevrolet Monte Carlo<br /> GT-3: Wolfgang Maike, Santa Barbara, Calif., Toyota Paseo<br /> GT-Lite: John Bower, Granada Hills, Calif., Nissan Sentra<br /> Prototype 1: Timothy Day, Scottsdale, Ariz., Stohr WF-1/Suzuki<br /> Prototype 2: David Ferguson, Paso Robles, Calif., Van Diemen RFS-03/Mazda<br /> Spec Miata: Elliott Skeer, Carlsbad, Calif., Mazda Miata<br /> Spec Racer Ford: Jack Willes, Palm Desert, Calif., Spec Racer Ford<br /> Spec Racer Ford Gen3: Mike Miserendino, Bakersfield, Calif., Spec Racer Ford<br /> Super Touring Under: Robert Green, Santa Ana, Calif., BMW 325<br /> Super Touring Lite: Paul Whiting, Las Vegas, Nev., Honda CRX<br /> Touring 1: Ken Davis, Escondido, Calif., Chevrolet Corvette<br /> Touring 2: Christopher Qualls, West Los Angeles, Calif, Ford Mustang<br /> Touring 3: Anthony Lanza, Huntington Beach, Calif., Lotus Exige<br /> Touring 4: Philip Royle, Winnetka, Calif., Honda Civic<br /> &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Sun, 18 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Sebring Majors is Now in the History Books http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52268 <p><strong>SEBRING, Fla. (January 18, 2015) &ndash;</strong> Round Four of the SCCA U.S. Majors Tour Southeastern Conference campaign, part of the SafeRacer Club Racing Program, wrapped up from Sebring International Raceway. In addition, this race weekend concludes the two-race tour of Florida for the Majors program.</p> <p><span style="line-height: 14px;">Seven race groups, comprised of 28 Runoffs-eligible classes, completed their feature races. All but one race, group three, ran the full 15-lap race distance. In addition, the number of races ending under a full-course yellow was greatly reduced.</span></p> <p>Here&rsquo;s what happened at Sebring:</p> <p><strong>Run Group One:</strong> In Formula F, David Livingston, of Lexington, Tenn., was in the right place at the right time to take Sunday&rsquo;s feature race win. In his No. 85 Thermamasters Spectrum 14H, Livingston was in third behind John Robinson and Thomas MacGregor. As the checkered flag was being displayed, Robinson and MacGregor got tangled up in Turn 17 and were unable to finish the race, allowing Livingston to inherit the lead.</p> <p>Richard Colburn (Prototype 2, No. 97 Nostendos), of Northbrook, Ill.; Robert Allaer (Formula Continental, No. 52 Ltd. Motorsports/Martini/Molson Van Diemen RF02), of Lithia, Fla., and Cory MacLeod (Formula 500, No. 58 Animal Ark Rural Hall N.C. Red Devil F500), of Charlotte, N.C., all completed weekend sweeps at Sebring.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Two:</strong> The small-bore production cars received the initial green flag, but were soon put under a full-course yellow as Austin Britton&rsquo;s Lotus Super Seven spun and ended up against the left side wall, facing backwards, just past start/finish. After removing the damaged car, and fixing the wall on the front straight that was dislodged, the field was re-gridded based on the original starting positions and turned loose for their feature race.</p> <p>Greg Ira (E Production, No. 2 Starbrite Startron Datsun 260Z), of Plantation, Fla.; Andrew Aquilante (Touring 3, No. 32 Phoenix Performance/Hoosier/Hawk Performance Ford Mustang), of Chester Springs, Pa.; Tim Myers (Touring 4, No. 22 BFGoodrich Tires/Liaison/Carbotech/The Hammer Mazda RX-8), of Atlanta, Ga.; John Heinricy (B-Spec, No. 35 Matick Chevy/Hoosier/Hawk Performance/Heinrocket Chevrolet Sonic), of Clarkston, Mich., and Alan Hulse (H Production, No. 107 Hoosier Volkswagen Cabriolet) did the weekend double by sweeping the top step of the podium for the weekend.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Three:</strong> James Goughary, of Jupiter, Fla., and Denny Stripling, of McKinney, Texas, broke through for wins in Spec Racer Ford Gen3 and Spec Racer Ford, respectively. Goughary, in the No. 07 SRFG3, and Stripling, in the No. 80 Lightspeed Motorsports SRF, spoiled the weekend sweep for Kerry Jacobsen and Scott Rettich.</p> <p>The race, scheduled for 15 laps, ran up against the 40-minute time limit after a multi-car collision caused a complete track blockage in Turn 17. The white flag had already come out, but race officials decided to display the red flag that stopped the race. After the accident scene had been assessed, and it was determined the time limit would expire before cleanup could be completed, the race was called. Finishing positions were based on the most recently completed lap, which was 13. While the positions rolled back to the final completed circuit, that didn&rsquo;t affect the top position in each class.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Four:</strong> Dillon Machavern, of Charlotte, Vt., took home his second checkered flag of the weekend in his No. 24 Heritage Motorsports/Panic Motorsports Mazda Miata. This time, his margin of victory over was much slimmer as Andrew Carbonell fell just short of winning the drag race from Turn 17 to the finish line.</p> <p>Machavern spent the entire 15-lap race in a heated battle for the lead with Carbonell, Danny Steyn and Todd Buras. At the beginning of lap 14 Machavern was in second, just behind Carbonell. Machavern was able to make a move for the lead stick, taking over the lead and receiving the white flag. Machavern then held off an equally fast Carbonell for the win.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Five:</strong> Keith Grant, of Germantown, Tenn., scored his first Majors win of the season in a captivating last-lap fight with Conner Kearby. At the controls of his No. 40 Mazda/Hoosier/Polestar Swift 016 Formula Atlantic, Grant trailed Kearby to the white flag. At the approach to Turn 13, Grant made his move and went through four turns, side-by-side with Kearby. Only after Turn 16 did Grant finalize his pass, giving him a clear path to the checkered flag.<br /> <br /> Carson Weeder, of Winter Haven, Fla., completed the weekend sweep behind the wheel of his No. 28 Weeder Motorsports Formula Mazda. Doug Peterson challenged Weeder for much of the race, even holding the lead for a couple laps. But, Weeder would not be denied the opportunity to keep his three-race win streak alive. Jason Bell (Formula 1000, No. 2 Gridsport/HIS/Corby Concepts Citation FB), of Tampa, Fla., also sealed his second win of the weekend.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Six:</strong> Simon Gregg, of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., cruised to an overall victory in his No. 59 Derhaag Motorsports Chevrolet Corvette ahead of Doug Peterson. However, early in the race it was Gregg that was chasing Peterson for the lead. Midway through the 15-lap race, Peterson and Gregg found themselves in lapped traffic. Gregg was able to find the quicker path through, which allowed him to get around Peterson for the overall lead. From there it was all about putting in consistent, clean laps for Gregg.</p> <p>Tom Ellis (American Sedan, No. 57 Steeda/Palm Express/Ave Ford Mustang), of Pompano Beach, Fla.; Ray Kachadurian (GT-2, No. 80 Grey Fox Ltd./Fall Line Porsche GT3 Cup), of Chicago, Ill., and Andrew Aquilante (Touring 1, No. 36 Phoenix Performance/Hoosier/Hawk Performance Ford Mustang), of Chester Springs, Pa., were able to take wins during both days at Sebring.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Seven:</strong> Christopher Dashing, of Valrico, Fla., snagged the Super Touring Under win with a last-lap, last-corner pass. Driving his No. 111 Money Racing Honda Prelude, Deshong was part of the three-way battle for the lead that included Michael Flynn and Kyle Loustaunau. On the last lap, on the approach to Turn 17, Deshong got made the move for the lead. He was then able to win the drag race to the finish line.</p> <p>Cooper MacNeil (Touring 2, No. 46 Weathertech.com BMW M3), of Hinsdale, Ill., and Nick Leverone (Super Touring Lite, No. 3 Drillmasters Marching Shoes Mazda Miata), of Mendon, Mass., also completed the weekend double.</p> <p>The next stop for the SCCA U.S. Majors Tour Southeastern Conference is NOLA Motorsports Park, in Avondale, La. The doubleheader race weekend is slated to start March 7.</p> <p>Additional information on the SCCA U.S. Majors Tour from Sebring International Raceway, including schedules, entry lists, live timing, PA streaming and streaming video, can be found at<a href="http://www.SCCA.com/SebringMajors"> SCCA.com/SebringMajors</a>. Timing can also be viewed on the Race Monitor app, for mobile devices.</p> Club Racing Sun, 18 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Saturday’s Majors Competition from Sebring Ends on a High Note http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52266 <p><strong>SEBRING, Fla. (January 17, 2015) &ndash;</strong> Round Three of the SCCA Southeastern Conference U.S. Majors Tour, part of the SafeRacer Club Racing program, is history after 28 Runoffs-eligible classes took to Sebring International Raceway for the Winter Vacation Majors.</p> <p><span style="line-height: 14px;">Seven race groups completed 30-minute sprint races around the 3.74-mile, 17-turn permanent road course. Yellow flag finishes were the emerging pattern early in the day. However, following the green-flag finish posted in group four, some captivating racing took center stage.</span></p> <p>Here&rsquo;s what happened at Sebring:</p> <p><strong>Run Group One</strong>: Group One featured the small-bore formula and prototype cars. Laura Hayes, of Fletcher, N.C., took the Formula Vee win in her No. 22 Digital Intelligence Protoform P2. For much of the 30-minute race, she was involved in a close-quarters battle with Charles Hearn for the class lead. The two drivers traded positions back and forth, even going through the sweeping and bumpy Turn 17 side-by-side. However it was Hayes who was in the right place at the right time as a full-course-yellow brought the race to a close behind the pace car.</p> <p>Richard Coburn, of Northbrook, Ill., took the win in Prototype 2 after being involved in a tight battle with Sherman Chao. Driving his No. 3 Nostendos, Coburn said he traded positions with Chao several times in the most epic on-track battle in which he had been involved. Unfortunately for Chao, loose bodywork began to cause havoc with the handling of his machine. Chao pulled his car off course while Coburn took the win under the yellow flag.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Two:</strong> Following a lengthy red-flag session to repair a barrier as a result of an opening-lap collision between the cars of Travis Washay and Albert Sauerland, Jr., GT-Lite produced the some of the closest running during Saturday&rsquo;s second race. Peter Shadowen, of Loxahatchee, Fla., would end up the victor in a back-and-forth race between himself, in the No. 72 Road n&rsquo; Race/Hoosier Honda CRX Si , and Charles Leonard.</p> <p>Throughout the 11 laps run under green-flag conditions, Shadowen and Leonard were separated by as little as 0.1-second at the line. However, the race ended with the field circulating the course behind the pace car after a late-race accident in Turn 17. As scoring reverted to the last completed lap, Shadowen crossed the line first and took home the win.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Three: </strong>Kerry Jacobsen, of Deland, Fla., and Scott Rettich, of Columbus, Ohio, are both three-for-three thus far in Southeastern Conference competition after winning Saturday&rsquo;s Spec Racer Ford Gen3 and Spec Racer Ford sprint races, respectively.</p> <p>Like the previous two races of the day, the checkered flag flew as the field followed the pace car as a result of a late-race crash. However, close racing was the name of the game under the race conditions. Driving his No. 38 Zulu Properties LLC Spec Racer Ford Gen3, Jacobsen said he was involved in some very close racing at the front of the field, including some contact which knocked his left rear wheel out of alignment. However, he was able to hold on to take his third win of the young season.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Four:</strong> Dillon Machavern, of Charlotte, Vt., was the first driver of Saturday&rsquo;s event to take a win under full race conditions. Driving his No. 24 Heritage Motorsports/Panic Motorsports Mazda Miata, he completed 12 laps en route to his win in Spec Miata.</p> <p>Second-place finisher Danny Steyn said Machavern drove a nearly flawless race, from beginning to end. Machavern&rsquo;s only misstep came during the last lap when he put four wheels off track in Turn Five on the last lap. Steyn tried to take advantage of the error, but Machavern was able to recover quickly and seal his first-place finish.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Five:</strong> Connor Kearby, of Corpus Christi, Texas, captured his third Southeastern Conference Formula Atlantic win, just 1.308 seconds ahead of Garth Rickards. In his No. 56 GK Motorsports/K-Hill Motorsports Swift 016, Kearby was in second for most of the race until he inherited the lead from Keith Grant one lap shy of the finish.<br /> <br /> Carson Weeder, of Winter Haven, Fla., racked up his second consecutive win at the controls of his No. 28 Weeder Motorsports Formula Mazda. After winning the feature race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Weeder is now the class leader in the Southeastern Conference standings.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Six:</strong> Doug Peterson, of Bonita Springs, Fla., bounced back following a sixth- and second-place finish in the first two rounds of the Southeastern Conference, respectively. In his No. 87 3 Dimensional Services Group Chevrolet Corvette, Peterson started second, behind Homestead double race winner Simon Gregg.</p> <p>Following a good start where Peterson and Gregg went through Turn one side-by-side, Peterson put in clean laps to pull out a small lead over the rest of the field. After a late-race full-course yellow bunched up the field, Peterson was able to pull off a good restart that allowed him to take the checkered flag more than one second ahead of Gregg.</p> <p><strong>Run Group Seven:</strong> Cooper MacNeil, of Boulder, Colo., took the Touring 2 win in decisive fashion. At the controls of his No. 46 Weathertech.com BMW M3, MacNeil built a 27-second gap to his nearest competition in the span of 13 laps.</p> <p>Mark Forbes, of Miami, Fla., used lapped traffic to his advantage to take the Super Touring Under win at Sebring. In his No. 173 Active Autowerke/B&amp;D BMW 325, Forbes was under attack from Ronald Pawley in the closing laps. Knowing Pawley&rsquo;s machine could out-brake him, Forbes did what he could to stay ahead of Pawley and used his knowledge of the track, in conjunction with the lapped cars, to stay in front.</p> <p>Round Four of the Southeastern Conference Majors from Sebring International Raceway is set to start Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. (EST). Seven race groups will take to the historic road course to complete their feature race which will last 20 laps or 40 minutes, whichever comes first.</p> <p>Additional information on the SCCA U.S. Majors Tour from Sebring International Raceway, including schedules, entry lists, live timing, PA streaming and streaming video, can be found at <a href="http://www.SCCA.com/SebringMajors">SCCA.com/SebringMajors</a>. Timing can also be viewed on the Race Monitor app, for mobile devices. &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Sat, 17 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Western Conference Majors Tour Opens at ACS http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52267 <p><strong>FONTANA, Calif. (January 17, 2015) &ndash;</strong> After watching their fellow competitors in the Southeast get started a week ago, the SCCA Western Conference Majors Tour raced for the first time in 2015, opening the year at Auto Club Speedway.</p> <p>Seven race groups ran on the 21-turn, 2.8-mile circuit that uses both the infield road course and a large part of the oval superspeedway.</p> <p>In action:</p> <p>Group 1: The battle for the overall lead came from the conflicting styles of the front-wheel drive No. 23 Tom Lepper &amp; Associates Chevrolet Cobalt driven by Carl Young and the rear-wheel drive No. 92 Bullet Performance BMW 325 of Robert Green in Super Touring Under.</p> <p>Young held the early advantage, with Green giving chase through traffic but Young quicker on the banking. With Young starting to slide more through the corners on lap 10, Green hung back down the backstraight and then jumped hard on the brakes to the inside. The move stuck, and Green held on to open the season with a win.</p> <p>Paul Whiting battled early in Super Touring Lite, and then pulled away for his win in the No. 51 Next Victory Honda CRX, while Tom Wickersham opened his Touring 4 season by walking away from the field in the No. 01 Maine Straight Racing Mazda MX-5.</p> <p>Group 2: The debut of the Gen3 Spec Racer Ford in the Western Conference brought with it familiar contenders, with west coast stalwarts Todd Harris (No. 24 Pro Drive Racing SRF) and Mike Miserendino (No. 11 MBI Racing SRF) were joined by Steve Fogg&rsquo;s No. 21 Pro Drive/Flat Out SRF in the early stages of the race.</p> <p>Fogg&rsquo;s run was interrupted through no fault of his own when Harris clipped an apex cone and sent it past Miserendino. Third in line, Fogg had to miss that cone and plowed through several on the exit, ending his day prematurely and leaving Harris and Miserendino alone.</p> <p>Harris held on around the final lap for the season opening win.</p> <p>The Spec Racer Ford class was just as competitive, with the No. 69 Team Widget SRF of Denny Fosdick and the No. 90 East Anglia Motorsports SRF of Jack Willes left to settle the lead. They swapped several times, with Fosdick leading across the stripe at the white flag. Willes moved to the outside coming back to the banking, making it stick to the surprise of Fosdick. Fosdick had one more shot at the end of the backstraight, but Willes held on under braking and through to the finish.</p> <p>Group 3: Formula Mazda stole the show in the first race after lunch, with a four-car battle that looked like it would be more at home in Spec Miata or Spec Racer Ford than the &ldquo;wings and things&rdquo; group.</p> <p>Depending on the lap, any of the four cars &ndash; Larry Mason&rsquo;s No. 12 Auto Diagnostics Formula Mazda, Jerry Dutch Schultz&rsquo; No. 44 Point B Real Estate FM, Brad Drew&rsquo;s No. 78 Life+Gear Lighting FM, and Tazio Ottis&rsquo; No. 72 Patrick Ottis Company &ndash; could have taken the win.</p> <p>At the end, though, it was down to Mason and Schultz for the win. The two went side by side at the end of the backstraight, with Schultz moving back into the lead. Rather than panicking, however, Mason collected himself and got a run through the final corners, pulling in front on the banking and taking his first career Majors win.</p> <p>How difficult was it? Mason&rsquo;s heart rate monitor showed him at 178 beats per minute during the race.</p> <p>Elsewhere, Timothy Day took the Prototype 1 and the overall win in the No. 8 TJR Motorsports Stohr WF1, with Chris Farrell running second in the Prototype 2 C&amp;M Mfg/Hoosier Stohr WF1.</p> <p>Group 4: Spec Miata turned on the opening lap when a pile-up occurred on the first move off the banking into the infield, stacking up most of the field and spinning out several drivers. Elliott Skeer&rsquo;s No. 17 Rush Motorsports Mazda Miata was one of the contacted cars, but he escaped and continued without slowing much.</p> <p>It was a fortunate move for Skeer, too, as he followed Clement Lee&rsquo;s No. 68 RM Autosport Miata and Francis Hu&rsquo;s No. 25 Perfomance Composites Miata as they broke away from the field. The order remained unchanged for nearly the race, each content to extend the gap until the white flag.</p> <p>At that point, Skeer struck. He moved around Hu near the exact location of the lap one incident, and then chased Lee to the end of the backstraight. The pair went side by side through the corner, with Skeer emerging in front and racing to the checkered flag for the win.</p> <p>Group 5: Aaron Downey opened the E Production season in the Western Conference with a 19-second E Production win in the No. 5 Roundpeg.com/Mazda Mazda RX-3, out in front of Gary Gist&rsquo;s No. 50 K&amp;G Racing Mazda RX-7. Joe Huffaker&rsquo;s No. 77 Huffaker Engineering MG Midget was back out in front of F Production on Saturday, with Jason Isley again taking a comfortable win in the No. 99 Racer.com/Hoosier Toyota Yaris.</p> <p>Tom Wickersham scored his second win of the day, this time in GT-Lite, driving his No. 01 Maine Straight Racing Mazda MX-5 to the win when early leader Troy Ermish fell out after just seven laps in his No. 38 Datsun 510 Parts Datsun 510.</p> <p>Group 6: The big bore group saw both sides of the career coin in its top two finishers. Michael Lewis&rsquo; No. 12 Goodyear/Cyclo/Red Line Jaguar XKR took the overall win in GT-1, his most recent of many SCCA wins, including multiple National Championships. Running second and winning in GT-2 was Stephanie Cemo in the No. 43 HRE Wheels/APR Performance/Sparco Chevrolet Corvette. Cemo secured her first Majors win with the victory.</p> <p>Group 7: Alex Kirby&rsquo;s No. 81 L.A. Prep Inc. Piper DL7/Honda got a gift in the Formula F race when, on the opening lap, contact from a car trying to make a pass to the front took out the first two running cars and caused a reaction that disable several more just behind. With most of his challengers slowed or eliminated, Kirby marched away to a 13.354-second win.</p> <p>Dennis Andrade earned the Formula Vee win by a similar margin after marching away from the field. Andrade&rsquo;s No. 87 D &amp; D Racing Vortech finished 10.892 seconds ahead of the runner-up.</p> <p>The Western Conference Majors Tour continues on Sunday from Auto Club Speedway with races beginning at 9:05 a.m. PDT. Sunday&rsquo;s Round Two races are 18 laps or 40 minutes, whichever comes first.</p> <p>Live timing and notes can be found at SCCA.com/SCCALive. More information on the U.S. Majors Tour can be found at SCCA.com.</p> <p>FONTANA, Calif. - Provisional race winners for Saturday's Western Conference Majors Tour Round One at Auto Club Speedway. Drivers are listed by Class: name, hometown, and car.</p> <p>American Sedan: Christopher Qualls, West Los Angeles, Calif., Ford Mustang<br /> B-Spec: Derrick Ambrose, Vancouver, Wash., Mazda2<br /> E Production: Aaron Downey, Rossmoor, Calif., Mazda RX-3<br /> F Production: Joe Huffaker, Petaluma, Calif., MG Midget<br /> H Production: Jason Isley, Coto de Caza, Calif., Toyota Yaris <br /> Formula 1000: Gary Hickman, Santee, Calif., Phoenix F1000<br /> Formula Atlantic: Chris Emanuel, Huntington Beach, Calif., Swift 016a/Mazda<br /> Formula Continental: Peter West, Malibu, Calif., Van Diemen RF05/Ford<br /> Formula Enterprises: Jeff Read, Vacaville, Calif., Formula Enterprises/Ford<br /> Formula F: Alex Kirby, Signal Hill, Calif., Piper DL7/Honda<br /> Formula Mazda: Larry Mason, Burbank, Calif., Formula Mazda<br /> Formula Vee: Dennis Andrade, Buckeye, Ariz., Vortech/Volkswagen<br /> GT-1: Michael Lewis, Poway, Calif., Jaguar XKR<br /> GT-2: Stephanie Cemo, La Jolla, Calif., Chevrolet Corvette<br /> GT-3: Mike Henderson, Alpine, Calif., Mazda RX-7<br /> GT-Lite: Tom Wickersham, Piedmont, Calif., Mazda MX-5<br /> Prototype 1: Timothy Day, Scottsdale, Ariz., Stohr WF-1/Suzuki<br /> Prototype 2: Chris Farrell, Salt Lake City, Utah, Stohr WF-1/Suzuki<br /> Spec Miata: Elliott Skeer, Carlsbad, Calif., Mazda Miata<br /> Spec Racer Ford: Jack Willes, Palm Desert, Calif., Spec Racer Ford<br /> Spec Racer Ford Gen3: Todd Harris, Portland, Ore., Spec Racer Ford<br /> Super Touring Under: Robert Green, Santa Ana, Calif., BMW 325<br /> Super Touring Lite: Paul Whiting, Las Vegas, Nev., Honda CRX<br /> Touring 1: Marc Hoover, Shingle Springs, Calif., Mazda Miata<br /> Touring 2: Christopher Qualls, West Los Angeles, Calif, Ford Mustang<br /> Touring 3: Anthony Lanza, Huntington Beach, Calif., Lotus Exige<br /> Touring 4: Tom Wickersham, Piedmont, Calif., Mazda MX-5<br /> &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Sat, 17 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Live Video For Sebring Majors http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52265 <p><strong>SEBRING, Fla. (Jan. 17, 2015) &ndash; </strong>Catch all of the Sebring International Raceway U.S. Majors Tour racing action this weekend with SCCA&rsquo;s enhanced &ldquo;SCCA Live&rdquo; coverage, including video, audio, timing and notes.</p> <p>Three live streaming video cameras are available January 17-18. The event SCCA Live screen is at <a href="http://www.sccahost.com/live">www.sccahost.com/live</a>.</p> <p>Racing begins Saturday at 10:20 a.m. (Eastern).</p> <p>For all of the event information, visit <a href="http://www.scca.com/sebringmajors">www.scca.com/sebringmajors</a>.</p> <p style="text-align: center;">-30-<br /> &nbsp;</p> Club Racing Sat, 17 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Seven Saturday Grids set for Sebring Majors http://www.scca.com/news/?cid=52263 <p><strong>SEBRING, Fla. (January 16, 2015) &ndash;</strong> Seven race groups are set to race Rounds Three and Four of the SCCA Southeastern Conference U.S. Majors Tour at Sebring International Raceway, part of the SafeRacer Club Racing Program. This is the second of six doubleheader race weekends that will count towards the Conference standings.</p> <p><span style="line-height: 14px;">Cloudy skies and cool temperatures in the morning gave way to warmer conditions with plenty of sun by the end of the lunch-time break. The more favorable afternoon conditions resulted in faster times for many drivers around the 3.74-mile, 17-turn circuit as they set the girds for the sprint races.</span></p> <p>The best times from the two 20-minute qualifying sessions will set the starting order for Saturday&rsquo;s 30-minute timed races. On-track action begins at 8:00 a.m. (EST) as each race group will have a 10-minute warmup session before hitting the track for Round Three of racing, beginning at 10:20 a.m. (EST).</p> <p>The starting order for Sunday&rsquo;s seven feature races will be set by each driver&rsquo;s quickest lap from the entire race weekend. The races are scheduled to last 20 laps or 40 minutes, whichever comes first, and will begin at 8:30 a.m. (EST).</p> <p>Additional information on the Sebring Majors, including entry lists, schedules and results can be found <a href="http://www.scca.com/events/index.cfm?eid=8402">here</a>. Live Timing and lap notes, including streaming PA and video feeds, can be found by following the link on the event page or by going directly to <a href="http://www.SCCA.com/SCCALive">SCCA.com/SCCALive</a>. Live timing can also be viewed on mobile devices by downloading the Race Monitor app.</p> <p>Be sure to stay up to date on the latest news from SCCA by visiting SCCA.com. Like the Club on Facebook at Facebook.com/SCCAOfficial and follow us on Twitter @SCCAOfficial.</p> Club Racing Fri, 16 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT