RoadRally’s Divisional and National tour of the country takes Regional events and ups the ante to make everything bigger – the rallies are a bit more challenging, the competition is stiffer, and the pride grows with each accomplishment. Even so, because of the nature of RoadRally, there’s no special license or equipment needed to step from Regional into a Divisional or National event. And, just like local events, Divisional and National RoadRallies happen all year long, this year starting in January with the recently completed Son of Sno*Drift Divisional rally in South Lyon, MI, and the Yucatan Winter Safari National event in Winona, MN, then wrapping with the USRRC National and the Pavement Ends Divisional weekends.
Hosted by SCCA Regions, Divisional and National RoadRallies are a spectacular day of driving and fellowship tuned with local flavor. This also means anyone can step from Regional participation into these competitions with little fear. Some people even start at the USRRC and work their way down – that’s the beauty of RoadRally!
If you need a refresher on which type of RoadRally you’d like to try, click here; otherwise, keep scrolling to check out the 2023 Divisional and National RoadRally schedule, and sign up when registration opens.
2023 RoadRally Divisional and National Schedule
Feb. 25: Flamethrower Divisional Tour Rally; Land O’Lakes Region, Red Wing, MN
March 25: Minnesota Valley Winter Divisional Tour RoadRally; Land O'Lakes Region, Chaska, MN
April 23: Second Hand Roads Divisional Tour Rally; Northern New Jersey Region, Hackettstown, NJ
April 29: Steel Haul National Course Rally; Steel Cities Region, Pittsburgh, PA
April 30: Steel Haul National Tour Rally; Steel Cities Region, Pittsburgh, PA
May 7: Badger Burrow Divisional Tour Rally; Milwaukee Region, Fitchburg, WI
May 13: Vertigo Divisional Tour Rally; NE Ohio Region, Dover, OH
June 3: Roads Scholar National Course Rally; Milwaukee Region, Madison, WI
June 4: Roads Scamper National Tour Rally; Milwaukee Region, Prairie du Chien, WI
June 17: Thunder Road National Tour Rally; Cal Club, location TBA
Aug. 19: Highway Robbery National Course Rally; Cal Club, location TBA
Aug. 20: TBD Divisional Rally; Cal Club, location TBA
Aug. 26: Golden West National Course Rally; San Francisco Region, location TBA
Aug. 27: TBD National Rally; San Francisco Region, location TBA
Sept. 8: Press On Regardless National Tour Rally (Day One); Detroit Region, Gaylord, MI
Sept. 9: Press On Regardless National Tour Rally (Day Two); Detroit Region, Gaylord, MI
Sept. 23: All the Myriad of Ways National GTA Rally; New England Region, Plantsville, CT
Sept. 23: Oktoberally National Course Rally; Milwaukee Region, Wisconsin Dells, WI
Sept. 24: Badger Coulees National Tour Rally; Milwaukee Region, Wisconsin Dells, WI
Oct. 7: Johnny Appleseed National Tour Rally; NE Ohio Region, location TBA
Oct. 8: Ohio Milk Run National Tour Rally; NE Ohio Region, location TBA
Oct. 20: (USRRC) 50th Anniversary Little Appalachian National Course Rally; Philadelphia Region, Exton, PA
Oct. 21: (USRRC) Up The Creek National Course Rally; South Jersey Region, Vineland, NJ
Oct. 22: (USRRC) The Jersey Devil National Tour Rally; South Jersey Region, Vineland, NJ
Nov. 11: Pavement Ends Divisional Tour Rally; Detroit Region, Whitmore Lake, MI
The 2023 RoadRally calendar of events (which is constantly changing as events are added) can be found by clicking the button below.
USRRC: What to Know
One of the highlights of the 2023 RoadRally season is this year’s final weekend of the National RoadRally schedule: the United States RoadRally Challenge. The USRRC, appearing in the schedule above for Oct. 20-22, 2023, is a three-day blast of a weekend that brings the RoadRally community together for fun, competition, and fellowship.
The USRRC traditionally moves locations from one year to the next – this year’s event focuses on the Garden State and beyond. Hosted by the South Jersey Region with a boost from the Philadelphia Region on Friday, the opening day marks the 50th anniversary of the Little Appalachian Rally with a Course Rally before making like George Washington by crossing the Delaware into South Jersey for a pair of RoadRallies in and near Vineland.
Don’t worry – though the USRRC is certainly a challenge to win, the courses are friendly enough for novices to enter. Why not take on a challenge in the biggest way possible?
Photo by James Heine