The summer of 1956 was the first full season of racing at Road America, and it included the Chicago Region June Sprints. That first running of the June Sprints was part of the SCCA National Sports Car Championship, a series that determined the SCCA Champions prior to the now-familiar Runoffs. The June Sprints has been held every year at Road America since 1956, possibly making it the longest consecutively held road race in America. And in 2020, Road America will again host the SCCA National Championship Runoffs®!
Group 1 Results: FV, F5, FF – 2021 June Sprints Hoosier Super Tour
Sunday brought to a close the 66th running of the WeatherTech Chicago Region® June Sprints® at Road America in Wisconsin, an event included on the 2021 Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour calendar. Sunday races were 13 laps...Read more
Several hundred Sports Car Club of America competitors from around the country have converged this weekend on Road America in Wisconsin for the 66th running of the WeatherTech Chicago Region June Sprints, which is part of the...Read more
The Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour’s nineth race weekend of 2021 opened competition Saturday at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, during the 66th running of the WeatherTech Chicago Region June Sprints. Saturday’s...Read more
Over the course of his long and intense career, Nick Craw has seen and accomplished so very, very much. He has earned degrees from two different Ivy League schools, oversaw operations of a giant hospital vessel, directed the...Read more
Normalcy has been a rare commodity around the globe for a while. But fans of SCCA Road Racing have been assured of one thing for the last 66 years, and that’s the WeatherTech Chicago Region® June Sprints® on the 4.048-mile,...Read more