Speedway Motors is building on the success of the new SCCA® Classic American Muscle (CAM) class to introduce the 2015 Speedway Motors CAM Challenge.
The 2015 Speedway Motors CAM Challenge will consist of three autocross events across the country, kicking off with a western regional event March 6-8 at Crows Landing near San Francisco. This will be followed by an eastern regional August 7-9 at Grissom Air Force Base near Indianapolis, and then the Invitational Championship event September 4-6 at the Tire Rack SCCA Solo® National Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Each CAM Challenge event will run the three SCCA CAM classes, with the first two events using the SCCA Match Tour format to determine class winners and an overall winner. The top two drivers in each class at the regional events will earn invitations to the Championship in Lincoln, which will use the SCCA Pro-Solo® format to determine class and overall champions. The top finishing CAM-T or CAM-S drivers at each of the three events will get invitations to compete at the Goodguys AutoCross Finals November 20-21 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The SCCA CAM classes are designed for both traditional and contemporary American muscle car sedans and coupes with front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configurations, along with classic American sports cars from the ’60s and ’70s.