'21 U.S. Majors Tour Schedule Now Available

The U.S. Majors Tour was established by the Sports Car Club of America in 2013 as a series of premium events held throughout the nation for competitive road racers. During the 2020 season, despite a nationwide shutdown for COVID-19 precautions, more than two dozen SCCA U.S. Majors Tour race weekends were conducted from sea to shining sea. For 2021, over 30 dates are planned throughout the six different competition conferences.

U.S. Majors Tour events are distributed across six geographic Conferences: Southeast, Southern, Western, Mid-States, Northern and Northeast. Annual weather patterns allow the Southeast, Southern and Western Conferences to begin racing in January, whereas the Mid-States, Northern and Northeast Conferences must wait until winter fades in April or May.

Due to that variance, not all U.S. Majors Tour event dates are available yet. However, the anticipated 2021 U.S. Majors Tour competition calendar is now available for review on the U.S. Majors Tour webpage at SCCA.com.  Racers should monitor the SCCA Road Racing homepage for announcements of additional events. If you don’t yet follow @SCCARoadRacing on Facebook, now is a great time to click that like button and get the news even sooner.

SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE

January 8-10: Homestead-Miami Speedway; Florida Region; Homestead Florida    

January 15-17: Sebring International Raceway; Central Florida Region; Sebring, Florida 
Hoosier Super Tour 

March 19-21: Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta; Atlanta Region; Braselton, GA  
Hoosier Super Tour

April 9-11: VIRginia International Raceway: North Carolina Region; Alton, VA (Pending confirmation by VIR)
Hoosier Super Tour (Dual Southeast/Northeast Conference Event)

*NEW* May 29-30: Carolina Motorsports Park; Central Carolinas Region, Kershaw, SC
(Replaces June 5-6 at Charlotte Motor Speedway)

June 26-27: Roebling Road; Southeast Division; Bloomingdale, Georgia  

 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE

January 16-17: MSR Cresson; Texas Region; Cresson, Texas 

February 6-7: Circuit of the Americas; Lone Star Region; Austin, Texas 
Hoosier Super Tour

April 17-18: Hallett Motor Racing Circuit; Ark Valley Race Group; Jennings, OK 
Hoosier Super Tour (Dual Mid-States/Southern Conference Event)

May 8-9: Eagles Canyon Raceway; Texas Region; Decatur, Texas

May 29-30: MSR Houston; Houston Region; Angleton, Texas 

Sept 4-5: MSR Houston; Houston Region; Angleton, Texas  

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

January 15-17: Auto Club Speedway; Cal Club Region; Fontana, California  

February 19-21: Buttonwillow Raceway Park; Cal Club Region; Buttonwillow, California
Hoosier Super Tour 

March 19-21: Thunderhill Raceway; San Francisco Region; Willows, CA

May 1-2: Buttonwillow Raceway Park; Cal Club Region; Buttonwillow, California  (NEW TRACK)

May 15-16: Portland International Raceway; Oregon Region; Portland, Oregon  
Hoosier Super Tour

May 29-30: Pacific Raceways; Northwest Region; Kent, Washington 

 

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE

March 20-21: Summit Point Raceway; Washington DC Region; Summit Point, WV

April 9-11: VIRginia International Raceway: North Carolina Region; Alton, VA (Pending confirmation by VIR)
Hoosier Super Tour (Dual Southeast/Northeast Conference Event)

April 30 - May 2: Pittsburgh International Race Complex; Steel Cities Region; Wampum, PA  
Hoosier Super Tour   

May 29-30: Pocono Raceway; Northern New Jersey Region; Long Pond, PA

June 18-20: Watkins Glen International; Glen Region; Watkins Glen, NY
Hoosier Super Tour

July 9-10: Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park; New England Region
(Note: This is a Friday/Saturday event due to CT motorsports regulations) 

July 17-18: New Jersey Motorsports Park - Thunderbolt; South Jersey Region; Millville, NJ     
          

MID-STATES CONFERENCE

More Events Coming Soon! - Check back for Mid-States Conference Event Updates.

April 17-18: Hallett Motor Racing Circuit; Ark Valley Race Group; Jennings, OK  
Hoosier Super Tour (Dual Mid-States/Southern Conference Event)

May 29-30: Pueblo Motorsports Park; Continental Divide Region; Pueblo, Colorado   

July 3-4: High Plains Raceway; Colorado Region; Deer Trail, Colorado  

August 21-22: High Plains Raceway; Colorado Region; Deer Trail, Colorado  

 

NORTHERN CONFERENCE

May 1-2: Blackhawk Farms Raceway; Blackhawk Valley Region; S. Beloit, Illinois 

May 22-23: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; Ohio Valley Region; Lexington, OH

June 4-6: Road America; WeatherTech Chicago Region June Sprints; Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin  
Hoosier Super Tour

July 10-11: Road America; Milwaukee Region; Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin 

July 24-25: GingerMan Raceway; South Bend & Detroit Regions; South Haven, MI

August 21-22: Grattan Raceway; Western Michigan Region; Belding, MI

Notably, the U.S. Majors Tour is making its return to Eagles Canyon Raceway after a hiatus in 2021. The 15-turn, 2.7-mile circuit gives Southern Conference drivers something to look forward to. Additionally, this year’s U.S. Majors Tour weekend at Auto Club Speedway marks the final SCCA Road Racing event at the 21-turn, 2.8-mile track, which will undoubtably create nostalgia for all who have enjoyed the roval configuration of the Fontana, California speedway.

The U.S. Majors Tour serves as the primary qualification path to the 2021 SCCA National Championship Runoffs®, taking place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2021. In addition, every U.S. Majors Tour conference crowns a champion in each of the 26 unique car classes. U.S. Majors Tour Conference Champions take one step toward the SCCA Super Sweep, an honor only achieved by elite drivers also claiming a Hoosier Racing Tire Super Tour National Points Championship and Runoffs victory in the same class that year.

For more information, please explore the SCCA Road Racing homepage.

 

Photo by Jeff Loewe