Club Racing

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SFR offers wheel-to-wheel amateur racing with 12 to 14 races each year at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Sonoma Raceway, and Thunderhill Park.

SFR drivers have close, exciting racing in everything from production street cars to purpose-built, formula race cars. The links above under Club Racing will provide much of the information you need to enter, prepare for SCCA racing, and follow Region results and points.

If you can’t find what you need here, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help you join us for some fun!

For race photos, contact Chuck Koehler Photography

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The Racing Drivers Club: Notes from the Archive

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Published in the February 2017 Edition of the Wheel.     The Road Racing Drivers Club was an essential part of the SFR and made many significant contributions to the Club’s success. The following history of the RDC was written by the organizations President, Frank Schultheis and was on the cover of the RDC Enduro program […]

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SCCA Members get Track Night in America in April for $50

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As if there aren’t enough perks to being a Sports Car Club of America® member, the team at Track Night in America® Driven by Tire Rack have added another benefit with creation of Track Night in America SCCA® Members Month, made possible with help from Tire Rack and Mazda. Members of the SCCA who register […]

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2017 Supplementary Regulations

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The SFR 2017 Supplementary Regulations – the rules used by San Francisco Region in addition to the General Competition Rules – has now been published. SFR 2017 Supplementary Regulations There are very few changes from 2016: T4 is moved to Group 5 T3 is moved to Group 3 Entry fees remain the same except: Thunderhill […]

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Memories of my Competition School – Blake Tatum

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Story by Blake Tatum Some people are born to race. I know I was. Some of my earliest memories involve race cars. Growing up I can remember my dad working in the garage. But he was not working on the lawn mower (in fact I don’t think he ever mowed the lawn) he was working […]

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