Road 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 RC Photography.

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Latest News

Sonoma Schedule & Supps Revised

The schedule for the Sonoma Major and Regional on June 29-July 1 has been slightly updated on June 13 to add some clarifications. Event Schedule Also the Supplementary Regulations for the Major. Major Supplementary Regulations Registration closes June 26 at noon: MotorsportReg.com For all race groups: Starting positions for the Saturday Sprint race will be […]

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SCCA Concours Events are Accepting Entries Now

Entries for the three 2018 Concours sanctioned by SCCA are open now. Check the individual web pages listed below for complete entry information. Sunday,  July 15 Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance Crystal Springs Golf Course, Burlingame www.hillsboroughconcours.org (650)619-6186   Sunday, September 9 Ferndale Concours on Main Main Street, Ferndale www.ferndaleconcours.org (707)786-4477   Sunday, October 7 Niello Concours […]

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Notes From The Archives – The Denzel

The Denzel Words by: Gary Horstkorta One of the more interesting cars to race in the San Francisco Region was the Denzel which also had a very interesting back story. This little rear engine sports car was designed and built in Austria by garage owner, Wolfgang Denzel. As a young boy Denzel built racing bikes and […]

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Fuel Sample Acquisition – from SFR Tech Chief

Dear San Francisco Region Drivers, At the recent Majors an issue arose that needs to be addressed regarding the acquisition of fuel for testing. The GCR states (full reference and partial language below) that cars must be fitted with sample ports that allow “safe acquisition of a fuel sample”. I interpret “safe” as meaning “less […]

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