SWRRC Invitational
November 5-6, 2016, Texas World Speedway

Registration Open

Registration Form & Event Details

Join the Texas Region SCCA as it host the SWRRC Double Divisional Club Race at Texas World Speedway. Double points races on Saturday.  The action-packed weekend features races on Saturday & Sunday, plus Club Trials as race Group 1.

Suggest booking Hotel rooms early as it is an "Aggie Ring" weekend and hotels fill up fast.

Club Trials Registration


Race Headquarters:

Best Western Plus Inn & Suites: SCCA Rate: $105 950 Arrington Road @ SH 6 South, College Station 979‐704‐6444


 Non SCCA Test Day

TWS Open Track Day for Friday November 4th is now open for Registration:

Online registration at: http://www.clubregistration.net/events/signUp.cfm/event/7852

Full Day $250
½ Day $200
Walk up registration: +$50

Joey Todd
Texas World Speedway

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