Road Racing

 

2020 Road Racing Schedule

SFR offers wheel-to-wheel amateur racing with 12 to 15 races each year at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Sonoma Raceway, and Thunderhill Park.   

San Francisco Region 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.

 

Latest News

2021 RDC Drivers School Scholarship

Are you an SFR Worker in Club Racing or the Solo Community? Have you always wanted to go to Driver’s School? Have we got news for you! SCCA sponsors one or more deserving members of the San Francisco Region to the Region’s Competition Driver’s Licensing School. The scholarship is awarded based on service to the […]

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2020 SFR SCCA Elections – Now Open!

Its that time again for the SFR Region Elections. This year you are electing the RE, three Board of Director members, and the Area 9 National Director. Voting will take place October 19 to November 10, 2020. Go to https://www.sfrscca.org/home-2/2020-region-elections/ to read the candidate statements for all those running as well as information on how […]

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Updated Schedule Regionals 13 & 14

The schedule for Regional 13 & 14 has been revised to better balance entries among the groups. FC has been moved to Group 2. See full details at the: Event Page

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Everyday Driver – Attends SCCA Drivers School

Back in February of 2020 Everyday Driver attended the SCCA San Francisco Region Competition Licensing School at Thunderhill Raceway. Set your DVRs because the episode shot during the race school is premiering on TV tomorrow morning. Saturday morning 1st August at 7:30AM Eastern, 4:30AM Pacific on the Motor Trend channel. Thanks to Everyday Driver: https://www.everydaydriver.com

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