Looking to compete in more events?
Click on the links below to obtain information on events throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The competition attracts a variety of participants -- from those who are interested solely in improving their driving skills to the more serious contenders looking to compete on a National level. Local, Divisional and National Tour events take place within a day’s drive from the Portland area.
Oregon . . .
EESCC (Emerald Empire Sports Car Club) - Local group offering autocross events and a hill climb in the Eugene area.
WMC (Willamette Motorsports Club) - Local group running in the Salem area; their autocross events are often listed in the Oregonian’s “Drive Time” section.
Washington . . .
NWR (Northwest Region SCCA) - SCCA Solo competition offering local, Divisional and National level events in the Seattle / Bremerton area.
WWSCC (Western Washington Sports Car Club) - Local group offering autocross events in the Puget Sound area. Events for all of the Puget Sound area clubs can be found here.
BSCC (Bremerton Sports Car Club) - The BSCC club runs in the Bremerton area; their calendar is maintained on the WWSCC site.
SSSCC (Sand and Sage Sports Car Club) - Local group from Kennewick offering autocross events in the Tri-Cities area.
and beyond . . .
SFR (San Francisco Region SCCA) - SCCA Solo competition offering local, Divisional and National level events throughout Northern California.
Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) - On this National SCCA web site, you will find all the information you need to contact any SCCA group throughout the USA along with results from Divisional and National level events.
Solo Matters - The offical newsletter of the Tire Rack SCCA Solo Series.
Additional links you may find interesting . . .
Course Design Handbook (pdf file) written by Roger H. Johnson contains a wealth of information about designing fun and challenging courses.
Glen Region (NY) SCCA Novice Handbook written by Kate Hughes offers valuable information for everyone, not just newcomers. Though there may be some differences in local procedures, the general advice on course walks, etiquette and preparation is common across all regions.
Autocross.Com has information and links to everything related to autocross: SCCA and non-SCCA autocross clubs, autocross-related publications, car prep, FAQs, driving schools, suppliers and more.
|Last Updated ( Monday, 23 May 2011 )|