BRAKING AMERICAN SEDAN
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SCCA’s 2019 consolidated audited financial reportis now available online. Theissuance of the report wasdelayed due to businessclosures brought about toslow the spread of COVID- 19.
Final results were in line withthe preliminary results providedat the SCCA National Conventionin January. As discussed, SCCAPro Racing results were negativelyimpacted by elevated expendituresto combat competitive pressures.
Thus far in 2020, SCCA ProRacing’s competitive positionis much improved. SCCA ProRacing’s staff adapted quicklyto the changes brought on byDuring the July 12, 2020, round of the SCCA ProRacing Trans Am Seriespresented by Pirelli at BrainerdInternational Raceway, TomyDrissi took advantage of ErnieFrancis Jr.’s mid-race misfortuneto win the TA class. The victory
SCCA 2019 FINANCIAL REPORT AVAILABLE ONLINE
Drissi claims Trans Am top step at Brainerd
statements of activities for
the years then ended, are
presented as a summary and
therefore do not include all
Lucas Oil Slick Mist. It’s great
to be P1 at Brainerd.”
Francis Jr. pulled to an
18.6sec lead in a bid for athird-consecutive triumph in2020 while Drissi was involvedin a battle with Amy Rumanfor second. That proved to bethe fight for the win, however,as Francis was forced to exitthe race with mechanicalproblems shortly after Drissipassed Ruman for second.
Moments after Drissi passedRuman, Francis Jr. went offcourse twice in three cornerswith his own problems. He limpedto the pits, but his day was over.
In the XGT class, Ken Thwaitsled for the duration of his race,while Lee Saunders took thecheckered flag in SGT.
At Brainerd, TomyDrissi claimedvictory in TransAm’s TA class(LEFT), with KenThwaits on topin XGT (RIGHT)and Lee Saunderstaking the SGTwin (BELOW).
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION
Total Assets $5,440,058 $6,603,023
Total Liabilities $2,857,185 $3,263,911
Net Assets Without Donor Restriction $2,582,873 $3,339,112
Total Liabilities and Net Assets $5,440,058 $6,603,023
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES
Total Operating Revenue $15,460,161 $14,910,961
Total Operating Expense $16,645,462 $15,782,125
Net Operating RevenueLess than Expenses $(1,185,301) $(871,164)
Total Other Income (Expense) $429,062 $(342,592)
Change in Net Assets $(756,239) $(1,213,756)
COVID- 19 and were among thefirst organizations to open theirracing season. This first-moveradvantage helped the F4 U.S.
Championship and FR Americasseries draw large fields to theirfirst two events of the year.
SCCA Pro Racing is alsobenefiting from its expandedrelationship with ParellaMotorsports Holdings, whichoperates the SCCA Pro RacingTrans Am Series and will takeon a similar role for F4 andFR Americas in 2021.
The following condensed
and consolidated statements of
financial position as of Dec. 31,
2019, and 2018, and the relatedmarked Drissi’s ninth overallTrans Am win; four of whichcame in the West Coast Series.
“I was patient,” said Drissi,whose last victory was at WatkinsGlen in 2018. “Burtin Racinggives me a lot of confidence.
We would not be as fast without
the disclosures required by
accounting principles generally
accepted in the USA. To review
a complete copy of the audited
report, please visit scca.com.