With the 2018 competition season closing, check the
latest edition of the GCR for your 2019 race weight.
A number of cars were gifted weight changes by the
Road Racing Board over the holidays, so whether
you’re adding or subtracting, it’s best to do it before
you get to the track. Just ask us how we know...
trip to Auto Club Speedway
in Fontana, Calif. This venue
features challenging elevation
changes as well as tricky
on- and off-camber turns,
challenging even the best of
drivers. And, as usual, fantastic
welcome parties are anticipated
at both West Coast events.
The remaining events in the
Championship Tour, ProSolo
National Series, and Match
2019 TIRE RACK SCCA SOLO
CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR AND MATCH TOUR
DATE T YPE; LOCATION
March 15-17 Championship Tour; South Georgia
Motorsports Park, Cecil, Ga.
March 21-23 Championship Tour; zMAX
Dragway, Concord, N.C.
March 29-31 Championship Tour; Texas TBD
April 26-28 Championship Tour; NASA Crows Landing
Airport, Crows Landing, Calif.
May 26-27 Championship Tour; Lincoln Airpark,
Lincoln, Neb. (Spring Nationals)
June 7-9 Championship Tour; Seneca Army
Depot Landing Strip, Romulus, N. Y.
June 14-16 Match Tour; San Diego County Credit
Union Stadium, San Diego, Calif.
July 3-5 Match Tour; Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tenn.
July 5-7 Championship Tour; Bristol Motor
Speedway, Bristol, Tenn
July 12-14 Championship Tour; Former Hampton
Lumber Mills, Packwood, Wash.
July 26-28 Championship Tour; Grissom Aeroplex, Peru, Ind.
Sept. 3-6 Solo National Championships;
Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln, Neb.
2019 TIRE RACK SCCA
PROSOLO NATIONAL SERIES
March 29-31 Crows Landing Airport, Crows Landing, Calif.
April 5-7 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif.
April 12-14 Grenada Municipal Airport, Grenada, Miss.
May 3-5 MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N. J.
May 23-25 Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln, Neb. (Spring Nationals)
May 31-Jun 2 Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells, Texas
June 14-16 Grissom Aeroplex, Peru, Ind.
June 28-30 Arkansas Aeroplex, Gosnell, Ark.
July 26-28 Former Hampton Lumber Mills, Packwood, Wash.
Aug. 2-4 Oscoda-Wortsmith Airport,
Oscoda Township, Mich.
Aug. 30-Sept. 1 Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln, Neb. (Finale)
Tour schedule will be filled with
excitement with local flair thrown
in for good measure. All series
will culminate with competition
in Lincoln, Neb., with the ProSolo
Finale taking place Aug. 30-
Sept. 1, and the Solo National
Championships on Sept. 3-6.
All dates are subject to
change, so competitors
should check for the latest
information at scca.com/solo.
While the Hoosier SCCA Super Tour 2019
schedule has already been
announced (see last month’s
news section), let us take a
moment before moving forward
to fête the 2018 Hoosier Super
Tour point champions from
across 28 different classes.
One standout this year is
driver Robeson Clay Russell,
the 2018 Hoosier Super Tour
point champion in SRF3. He also
earned the SCCA U.S. Majors
Tour Southeast Conference
SRF3 championship, took
the SRF3 Tire Rack Pole
Award at the 2018 National
Championship, and brought
home a Runoffs win at Sonoma
Raceway in his Angry Llama/
SRF3 racecar. As such, Russell
becomes the sole competitor
in 2018 to earn an SCCA Road
Racing Super Sweep award.
Only the top six regular-season finishes counted toward
a driver’s 2018 points total.
Points were also awarded for
a seventh and final race, the
Runoffs. For each race, points
were awarded to the top 20
finishers in each class. Winners
earned 25 points, and 21 points
went to second. Points were then
doled out to others starting with
18 and descending to a single
point for the 20th finisher.
SCCA CROWNS 2018 HOOSIER
SUPER TOUR CHAMPIONS
2018 HOOSIER SUPER
TOUR POINT CHAMPIONS
CLASS DRIVER, CAR
AS Brian Mikes, Ford Mustang
BS John Phillips, Honda Fit
EP Matthew Reynolds,
FP Charlie Campbell,
HP Nick Engels, Toyota MR- 2
F500 Russell Strate Jr., Scorpion S-1
FB Gary Hickman, Phoenix F1K. 12
FA Paul Ravaris, Pro
FC Charles Moran, Van
FE James Libecco, SCCA
FE2 Thomas W. Burt, SCCA
FF David Livingston Jr.,
FM Bryce Cornet, Formula Mazda
FV Andrew Whitston, Protoform P2
GT1 David Fershtand,
GT2 Max Nufer, Chevrolet Camaro
GT3 Jeff Dernehl, Mazda RX- 7
GTL Larry Svaton, Mazda
MX- 5 Miata
P1 Darryl Shoff, Elan DP02
P2 Armen Megregian, Ligier JS 51
SM Chris Haldeman, Mazda Miata
SRF3 Robeson C. Russell, Spec
Racer Ford Gen3
STL Danny Steyn, Mazda MX- 5
STU Kevin Koelemeyer, Honda Civic
T1 Brad McCall, Porsche
T2 Bill Collins, Chevrolet Corvette
T3 William Hendrix, Nissan 350Z
T4 Ross Murray, Mazda RX- 8
B o n v o u l o i r THE S WEEP Robeson Clay Russell took top honors in
the Super Tour and at the Runoffs, claiming
the Super Sweep title along the way.