We have nearly all of the practice and qualifying results online, and a fair chunk of the early races.
The Runoffs® are the National Championships of the Sports Car Club of America, and have been held since 1964. At first the Runoffs alternated between Riverside in California and Daytona in Florida. In 1970 the event settled at Road Atlanta for a 24 year run. In 1994 the Runoffs moved to the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. The current contract between the SCCA and Mid-Ohio runs until 1999.
When visiting these pages, be aware that browsers tend to cache pages, which can make surfing faster but which may mean that you don't get the latest updates unless you click on reload just to make sure. The News and Modifications pages both display the date on which they were last updated; during the week of the Runoffs the Modifications page will be updated at 15 and 45 minutes after the hour by an automatic process.
Please feel free to send any comments/suggestions/whatever to Richard Welty at email@example.com. Please visit the parent web site at http://www.na-motorsports.com/.
A general outline of the classification of cars in the SCCA may be found in http://www.na-motorsports.com/Organizations/SCCA/Racing/Rules.html. A historical essay outlining how the rules came to be where they are today is also available. Finally, lap records for the long course at Watkins Glen are available in order to allow some comparisons between the various types of car that compete in the SCCA.
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