TOPEKA, Kan. (September 12, 2017) – The 2017 Tire Rack SCCA® Solo Nationals has set yet another attendance record! Officially, a total of 1,319 drivers crossed the timing lights September 5-8 at Lincoln Airpark this year in...Read more
LINCOLN, Neb. (Sept. 8, 2017) – Below are provisional results for each of 40 classes that concluded competition Friday during the 45th Tire Rack® SCCA® Solo Nationals at Lincoln Airpark in Nebraska. Each entry contains the...Read more
Oh, CanadaWhen Mike Wolf, of Toronto, made his first trip to the Tire Rack Solo Nationals eight years ago, he arrived with four friends, a tiny grill and an E-Z Up tent.
Much has changed since then. This year, Wolf arrived...Read more
Lincoln Airpark NeighborsRight across the runway from where the Tire Rack Solo Nats run at Lincoln Airpark sits the Nebraska Air National Guard’s 155th Air Refueling Wing. Each day, KC-135 Stratotankers and some training jets...Read more
Individual paddock space reservations will be online and open August 3 at 2pm CST. You will need to be registered for the event to reserve a paddock spot.
Thanks for the tip. I should have thought of that myself. The pictures in your comment were a little small to identify the car. The pdf of the full national results listed Mary's car as a 1999 Camaro but it was corrected to a 1973 in the November Sports Car article summarizing the Nationals results. However, and this was the point of my original post, the two page picture in the front of the December Sports Car still captioned Al Unser, Jr. as driving a 1965 Camaro. I would have thought that prior to publishing, someone at SCCA or the Sports Car editorial staff would have said: "Hey, wait a minute, a 1965 Camaro, --- that's impossible." The Camaro didn't join the Chevrolet vehicle line up until the 1967 model year and it didn't look anything like Unser's car. Looking at pictures of his car on line, it is practically a twin of Mary's 1973 Camaro. I checked Speedway Motors' Team Speedway web site and it says the car is a 1970 Camaro which sounds reasonable and is probably why Al Unser chose 70 for his car number. I hope you can make this correction in your results archive.