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

Notes From The Archives – Pro Racing

Pro Racing Words by: Gary Horstkorta Tracy Bird was an early member of the SCCA and began his racing career in 1953 in what else but an MG TD. Over the next thirteen years he raced primarily on the west coast in a variety of cars including Mercedes Benz, Porsche 356, Fairthorpe Electron, Porsche 550, Maserati […]

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Runoffs Paddock Info for Competitors

After searching www.scca.com we have found the following info about the Runoffs: SCCA’s information page for the Runoffs: https://www.scca.com/runoffs Parking/paddock/garage registration system https://dk1xgl0d43mu1.cloudfront.net/user_files/scca/site_assets/000/028/367/original.pdf?1525374002 If you have any questions about this information, please contact the SCCA National Office. San Francisco Region is not involved in the management of the Runoffs and we are not able to […]

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New Lap Records at the SCCA Sonoma Majors

The SCCA Sonoma Majors had hot weather conditions and field of over 400 racers competing ahead of the National Championship known as the SCCA Runoffs. With so many competitive racers out on track, fast times were guaranteed. Several SCCA lap records were broken throughout the weekend. New Lap Records TROY ERMISH/No.38 Datsun – GTL – […]

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Sonoma Majors Recap – Sunday

By Lynne Hunting Day Three of the Sonoma Majors and Regional, and we were a success! No drivers were hurt. San Francisco Region had the largest entry of any Majors or Super Tours this year. We had 416 entries Friday at start of the weekend. That is more than the VIR Majors, the COTA Super […]

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