Solo II at Auto Club Speedway in California

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Solo II at Auto Club Speedway

October 19, 2011 by  
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Organised by the California Sports Car Club, which forms part of the SCCA, the Solo 2 is a low speed handling event that is timed. Courses vary between 1/2 to one mile long. It is a fun event that will improve the driver’s skills. This contest will put the driver’s ability and the vehicle’s handling characteristics to the test.

Fans Rule at Thunderhill Raceway Park

April 27, 2011 by  
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Located around seven miles west of Willows in California, Thunderhill Raceway Park is a popular racing venue for both cars and motorcycles and is used by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) for its events. The three mile track has a total of fifteen turns, but is designed to allow event organizers to reconfigure the course to suit their needs. Thunderhill hosts the longest race in the United States – the annual 25 Hours of Thunderhill – a National Auto Sport Association event supported by the US Air Force.

Mark Donohue

February 9, 2009 by  
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Born in Summit, New Jersey, on 18 March 1937, Mark Neary Donohue Junior was a brilliant American racecar driver. Mark Donohue had a reputation for being able to set up his own car and drive it consistently. The bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering that he received from Brown University in 1959 must have certainly helped [...]

SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge

April 30, 2008 by  
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The Sports Car Club of America, or SCCA, decided to open a new racing class in 1972, known as the Showroom Stock. It was a class that was reserved for stock street automobiles and its popularity grew at such pace that by 1980 a twenty-four hour racing event was being held. By 1985, the series had expanded to six races and by 1996 the world challenge was divided into a touring class and sports class. In 2002, the title sponsor became Speedvision, which was bought by Fox, and the name became the SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge.