The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) has launched a campaign to support the hobby, venues and organizations that make up the racing industry during the current pandemic.
Autocross racing is the quickest and easiest way to get started with SCCA racing. We’ll walk you through the process!
The pioneer in the racing safety business, whose impetus to keep drivers alive came from his own accident behind the wheel of a drag racing car, has passed away.
Bobby Rahal has been part of the racing world since the mid-1970s.
The temptation to allow your Mustang GT to “stretch its legs just this one time” is pretty high. The problem is the flashing lights that aren’t cameras taking your picture as you cross the finish line first.
The end of February 2019 was the 75th Anniversary of the day seven car enthusiasts got together in the Boston, Mass home of Chapin Wallour. These men wanted to form an auto club dedicated to a relatively new type of car many were calling the “sports car.”
Remember the name: Ernie Francis, Jr.
I met Frank Leary when I was still in diapers. My father had recently been given his first franchise station with Chevron, located in Mountain View, CA. Frank was the service manager at a shop down the street called FAR (Foreign Auto Repair) Performance.
If you’ve ever had the desire to get your car on a professional road course and challenge it and yourself, read on.
One of the first men to dominate the Sports Car Clubs of America (SCCA) in mostly production class vehicles was recently inducted into the SCCA Hall of Fame.