Registration is now open for the 2019 SCCA National Convention that will officially
commence the Club’s yearlong celebration of its 75th Diamond Anniversary.
This year’s Convention takes place Jan. 17-19, 2019, at the South Point Hotel
and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. As always, the National Convention will consist
of presentations, social gatherings, the Club’s Annual Meeting, and the SCCA
Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet. Head to scca.com/convention to register.
The 2018 DirtFish SCCA RallyCross National
Championship concluded in
early October with familiar
and new drivers taking home
bragging rights and hardware.
Back on grounds at the National
Balloon Classic Memorial
Balloon Field in Indianola,
Iowa, competitors were also
treated to three distinct
courses, two on Saturday and
one long course on Sunday.
and an eclectic mix of cars
made for a great weekend
of racing for competitors
and spectators alike.
The consistently challenging-yet-friendly competition of
SCCA RallyCross was also
showcased at this year’s event,
RALLYCROSS NAT’L CHAMPIONSHIP
BROADCAST AT SCCA.COM
It was a fantastic three days of championship racing on Oct. 19-21, 2018, at Northern
California’s Sonoma Raceway during the 2018
SCCA National Championship Runoffs. For
those who couldn’t make it to the track or
missed the live online broadcast of races, it’s
now possible to catch up on all the action with
free 2018 Runoffs race videos available at scca.
com. Later this year, certain 2018 Runoffs
races will also air on CBS Sports Network.
With nearly 500 entries across 28 different
classes, this year’s events featured exciting
competition, close racing throughout the fields, a
FIND THE LINE
(LEFT) is one
of only 10
to claim a
Stock Front-Wheel Drive: Chang Ho Kim; Acura Integra
Stock Rear-Wheel Drive: Ryan Miles; Porsche Boxster
Stock All-Wheel Drive: Z.B. Lorenc; Subaru Impreza
Prepared Front-Wheel Drive: David Capesius; Dodge SRT4
Prepared Rear-Wheel Drive: Myles Goertz; Mazda Miata
Prepared All-Wheel Drive: Mark Macoubrie; Subaru WRX STI
Modified Front-Wheel Drive: Bret Hunter; Honda CRX
Modified Rear-Wheel Drive: Brianne Corn; Mazda Miata
Modified All-Wheel Drive: Max Lawson; Mitsubishi Evolution IX
Constructors Two-Wheel Drive: Leon Drake; Nissan Sentra
2018 DIRTFISH SCCA RALLYCROSS
NAT’L CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is
again on the Super Tour schedule
this year, as well as the Weather Tech
Chicago Region June Sprints at
Road America in Wisconsin. The
month of June closes out with racing
at Watkins Glen International in
New York. The final Super Tour race
weekend then takes place in July
on the West Coast at Weather Tech
Raceway Laguna Seca, a first-time
location for the Hoosier Super Tour.
As always, the calendar is
subject to change, so competitors
are encouraged to head to
scca.com/supertour for the
most recent schedule.
healthy dose of surprises, and some great storylines.
Video coverage, presented by Mazda, is a great
companion piece to the Runoffs race coverage
in this very issue, which begins on pg. 16.
with a number of competitors
chipping in when others
needed help. In addition, the
SCCA expresses its thanks
and gratitude to DirtFish,
the hardworking volunteers,
and the participants for
making the competition
weekend such a success.
Complete coverage of the
2018 DirtFish SCCA RallyCross
National Championship will
appear in the January issue
of SportsCar magazine.