Chicago Region Hoosier SCCA Super Tour - June Sprints @ Road America
The summer of 1956 was the first full season of racing at Road America, and it included the Chicago Region June Sprints. That first June Sprints was part of the SCCA National Sports Car Championship, which determined champions prior to the now-familiar Runoffs. The June Sprints has been conducted every year at Road America since 1956, possibly making it the longest consecutively held road race in America. The iconic event, still hosted by SCCA’s Chicago Region, celebrating its 75th anniversary, is again part of the Hoosier Super Tour in 2023 and will run on Road America’s repaved 4.048-mile, 14-turn circuit in Elkhart Lake, WI.