$900 per day

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Price Includes

  • Rental Miata

  • Two 20 Minute Qualifying Sessions

  • Two 20 Minute Races

  • All Day Crew Chief and Pit Lane Services

  • Set of Good Used Tires

  • Race Fuel

New Hoosier SM 7.5 tires are available for additional cost

Driver is responsible for SCCA registration fees prior to event. SCCA racing license is required.



Road Race Levels/Series

SCCA Road Racing is divided its road up into different levels and series to offer accessibility to best fit many resources and time commitments. These levels serve beginners up to seasoned pros. No matter what level you fit, SCCA has a place for your racing to call home.

Club Race Experience/Drivers School
For beginners and those budget conscious, SCCA road racing offers up Drivers School and Club Race Experience. Each of these levels can be done by people with no previous experience, and all you need is an SCCA legal racecar and required driver safety gear.

Club Race Experience is a series of sprint races (20-30 minutes usually) which allows both licensed racers and total rookies compete against each other in lightly prepared racecars.

For those looking to compete at higher levels - including Regionals, Majors, and the Runoffs - SCCA Drivers Schools are a good place to start. Here SCCA instructors will guide you through the procedures and skills you will need to have to continue in SCCA road racing. 

For those drivers with older classic and historic racing cars, SCCA offers up Vintage Racing. These events are a little more gentlemanly than other Road Racing levels because many of the cars may be irreplaceable. 

SCCA Regional Road Racing works on the same rules that the upper levels do, but points series are usually spread through only a few states and tracks. Classes will include all of the Majors and Super Tour classes, but regionals also have the option of allowing more classes to fit the needs of local trends. 

This level - made up of series are typically divided up into regions, but limited to Runoffs-eligible classes. These events tend to be a little more intense, and often drivers are here to match up with the highest competition and to qualify for the champion-crowning SCCA Runoffs. 

Hoosier Super Tour
Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour is a Nationwide Points Championship and a gateway to the SCCA National Championship Runoffs and consists of 10 race weekends at 10 premier tracks across the United States.

The 2018 Hoosier Super Tour schedule will run from January to June and offers a heightened experience for both competitors and race fans. Hoosier Super Tour events include live on-track action at, a “Super Tour Radio presented by Hoosier Racing Tire” program, dedicated staffing and enhanced weekend social activities.

The SCCA's crown jewel event is the annual "Runoffs" and serves as a gathering for the top SCCA racers in the country to go head-to-head and prove who is best. 

Pro Racing
SCCA has a long history of professional racing to go along with its amateur ranks. SCCA pro series started with the USRRC sports cars and along the way have included the ground-pounding Trans Am and 1,100-horsepower Can Am cars. 

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Spec Classes (SM, SRF, SRF3, FM, FE)

"Spec" classes are made up of the same types and models of cars using the same parts - this way development expenses are kept to a minimum and driving + setup knowledge should be the key factor in how to win, rather than figuring out a special engine build, special aerodynamics or the newest car. SCCA Spec classes include a sedan, an open-cockpit "sports racer" and formula car classes.

Because of the reduced costs and equalized competition - spec classes are some of the most popular in the SCCA. "Spec Miata" and "Spec Racer Ford" often see 40 or more cars on the grid at events.