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SCCA Runoffs Schedule, Regulations Released
June 13, 2018
In preparation for the SCCA Runoffs (Oct. 16–21 at Sonoma Raceway), the SCCA Road Racing Department has released an event schedule, as well as current supplemental regulations and Test Day regulations for the national championship.
SCCA Runoffs Schedule, Regulations Released

In preparation for the SCCA Runoffs taking place October 16–21 at Sonoma Raceway just north of San Francisco in California, the SCCA Road Racing Department has released a tentative event schedule, as well as current supplemental regulations and Test Day regulations for the national championship.

The 55th Runoffs will again crown national champions in 28 separate classes. The event is preceded by three days of testing October 13-15, with qualifying running Tuesday, October 16 through Thursday, October 18; followed by three days of racing Friday, October 19 through Sunday, October 21.

Earlier this year, SCCA announced Sonoma Raceway’s traditional 12-turn, 2.52-mile layout will be utilized for the Runoffs. As host of the 55th Runoffs in 2018, Sonoma Raceway will become the third California track to host the SCCA’s national cChampionship, joining Riverside International Raceway and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.

Since 1964, the SCCA has crowned Road Racing’s National Champions at the winner-take-all, single race Runoffs format through dozens of separate races over three days.

Note that the Chief Steward may alter the supplemental regulations and schedule before September 8, 2018, so competitors should occasionally check for updates at the Runoffs webpage. For more information and links to the supplemental and Test Day regulations, visit here

In related news, SCCA officials also announced the ProSolo events in Toledo have been canceled. Refunds will be made to entrants over the next two weeks.

“We hope you understand that on occasion situations arise that are beyond the control of the SCCA or its Regions and we must make the best of it. The Northwestern Ohio Region and the Toledo Express Airport are to be commended for their efforts in trying to keep this event on the 2018 schedule,” officials said in a release.