Date: May 28, 2016 to May 30, 2016
Location: Pacific Raceways

Add to Calendar Check-in Register

Tucked away in the lush, green Northwest just south of Seattle, Pacific Raceways’ 2.25-mile road course has a legendary past. First opened in 1960, the technically-challenging, 10-turn track has played host to racing greats such as Mario Andretti, Parnelli Jones, Dan Gurney, Mark Donohue and Dale Earnhardt to name a few.

16 Pacific Group 1: EP, FP, HP, GTL, T3, STL

16 Pacific Group 2: F5, FF, FV

16 Pacific Group 3: SM, T4, STU, B-Spec

16 Pacific Group 4: P1, P2, FA, FB, FC, FE, FM

16 Pacific Group 5: AS, GT1, GT2, GT3, T1, T2

16 Pacific Group 6: SRF, SRF3

16 Pacific Majors News
  • Western Conference Drivers Enjoy a Day of Sunshine at Pacific Raceways

    Western Conference Drivers Enjoy a Day of Sunshine at Pacific Raceways

    AUBURN, Wash. (May 30, 2016) – The sun came out and warmed Pacific Raceways for Round Ten of the SCCA U.S. Majors Tour Western Conference on Sunday. A clear blue sky and a light breeze kept cars and drivers fast and cool on...Read more
  • Winner Video Interviews from Pacific

    Winner Video Interviews from Pacific

    Hidden away in the green, lush Northwest just south of Seattle is Pacific Raceways. Winning races on this 2.25-mile road course takes skill.  Check out what the most recent SCCA Majors winners have to say about besting the...Read more
  • Majors Storm Pacific Raceways Day 1

    Majors Storm Pacific Raceways Day 1

    Pacific Raceways Sees SCCA U.S. Majors Tour Western Conference Drivers Battle Rain and Competition AUBURN, WA (May 29, 2016) – The rain that plagued Saturday’s qualifying returned sporadically at Pacific Raceways Sunday for...Read more
  • At A Glance: Pueblo and Pacific Majors

    At A Glance: Pueblo and Pacific Majors

    Storylines/Things to Watch: While Some Watch, Others “Do” – Memorial Day weekend is always a fantastic cornucopia of televised racing. As usual, millions will passively watch the Indy 500, Monaco Grand Prix and NASCAR events...Read more

  • Comments