Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour
Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour consists of multiple weekends at premier tracks across the United States. Each event includes two races for each Runoffs-eligible car class.
Venues are selected based on various attributes. Some have decades of history with a record book featuring the biggest names in all of motorsport. Other sites are top “pro” tracks offering the best quality racing surface and amenities. And certain tracks were selected because they are the best “club” courses in the country, where challenging layouts are matched with warm hospitality and a “family feel” to the paddock area.
Offering a heightened experience for both competitors and race fans, Hoosier Super Tour events include segmented timing and scoring, up to two static cameras broadcasting on-track action live at SCCA.com, a “Super Tour Radio presented by Hoosier Racing Tire” team of announcers providing consistent insight and entertainment heard at tracks or online at SCCA.com, and dedicated staffing with a series race director, administrator and technical inspector. Super Tour dates will also have enhanced weekend social activities.
Hoosier Super Tour drivers earn points toward the Nationwide Points Championship. Only results from Hoosier Super Tour races go toward the Nationwide Points Championship. However, points gained at Super Tour events also count toward Conference Championships within the Conference hosting the Super Tour event. The points structure is the same as the U.S. Majors Tour with the best six Hoosier Super Tour races, plus the Runoffs finish, going toward deciding class champions.
The Hoosier Super Tour is also a gateway to the SCCA National Championship Runoffs being held in 2018 at Sonoma Raceway in California.
The full 2018 Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour schedule is as follows:
- January 12-14: Sebring International Raceway; Sebring, Florida
(Southeast Conf., Central Florida Region)
- February 2-4: Circuit of the Americas; Austin, Texas
(Southern Conf., Lone Star Region/Southwest Division)
- March 3-4: NOLA Motorsports Park; Avondale, Louisiana
(Southeast Conf./Southern Conf., Southwest Division)
- April 7-8: Hallett Motor Racing Circuit; Jennings, Oklahoma
(Mid-States Conf./Southern Conf.; Ark Valley Race Group)
- April 13-15:
(Northeast Conf./Southeast Conf., North Carolina Region)
- April 27-29: Buttonwillow Raceway Park; Buttonwillow, California
(Western Conf., Cal Club Region)
- May 19-20: Portland International Raceway; Portland, Oregon
(Western Conf., Oregon Region)
- June 1-3: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; Lexington, Ohio
(Northern Conf., Ohio Valley Region)
- June 15-17: Road America - June Sprints; Plymouth, Wisconsin
(Northern Conf., Chicago Region)
- June 22-24: Watkins Glen International; Watkins Glen, New York
(Northeast Conf., Glen Region)