#1 Northern California Sports Car Racing and Autocross Organization

Whatever your motorsports interests, Sports Car Club of America has a place for you:

  • Wheel-to-wheel, competitive road racing at Sonoma Raceway, Thunderhill Raceway and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
  • Autocrossing against the clock in street cars on courses marked by cones
  • Trackside staffing of professional and amateur races at Northern California tracks

Browse the links above to find out how you can get involved in amateur road racing.

2018 Road Racing Schedule

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The Family that Plays Together Stays Together

Photo Left to Right: Dan Haney- No.49 Mazda Miata, Group 2 Gay Bentley – No.09 Mazda Miata, Group 1 Eric Bentley – No.39 Mazda Miata, Group 1 Brook Bentley – No.45 Mazda Miata, Group 1 Reid Fletcher – No.99 Mazda Miata, Group 2 SFR and Vintage racer, Dan Haney, gifted the whole group with 2018 […]

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Young Racers Learning Together

The youngest student in the 2018 SFR Driver’s School, Brennan Stammer, has the youngest instructor, Tommy McCarthy. Brennan is 15 and in the 10th grade. Tommy is 19 and a college freshman majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Business. They speak the same language. Brennan, who is driving No.2 Mazda Miata, is in Group […]

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Worker Highlight – Allen Davis

How did you get started with SCCA? My wife made me do it. Seriously. We’d been coming out to the track spectating and crewing for years and Jennifer signed us up for an SCCA Ambassador Tour. She was worried I was getting too asocial and might never come out of my workshop. What is your […]

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Worker Highlight – Michael Joseph

How did you get started with SCCA? My membership was a Christmas Present from my family. I went to my first race at Sears Point in 1993 and have been volunteering ever since. What is your current position? I currently am a Pit Marshal. What do you I like about the SCCA? Watching a good […]

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2018 Supplementary Regulations Approved

The 2018 Supplementary Regulations – rules outside the General Competition Rules (GCR) – that apply to San Francisco Region events have been approved. Do yourself the favor of reading through the Supps, at least the parts that have a black bar in the left margin signifying new or changed items. Changes have been made to: […]

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Drivers School Worker Scholarship

One day left to apply for the Worker Scholarship to the 2018 SCCA San Francisco Region Driver’s School, open to any SFR Worker actively volunteering in either a Club Racing Specialty or the Autocross (Solo) Program. Submit a single page of your support to the Racing or Solo Program, what you expect to gain from completing […]

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Worker Highlight – Gary Horstkorta

How did you get started with SCCA? After years watching racing on television, I decided I wanted to experience racing first hand. Before buying a race car and to become better educated I joined the Sports Car Club of America in 1994. I attended a few races (San Francisco Region and vintage) to gather information […]

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Worker Highlight – Bruce Brunner

How did you get started? After seeing my first race at Laguna Seca in Oct of 1964, I went to as many races in the area as I could as a spectator (I was in the Air Force at the time and stationed at Castle AFB in Merced). I finally talked to a Corner Marshal […]

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