Live Results, 2019 SCCA National Championship Runoffs

U.S. Majors Tour Southern Conference 2019 Point Champions Conference points are awarded to the top 20 finishers in each class. Winners earn 25 points, and 21 points go to second. Points are then doled out to others starting with 18 and descending to a single point for the 20th finisher. Only the best eight finishes at Southern Conference races count towards a driver’s point total. Below are Southern Conference Champions.
 
 
-American Sedan®: Phillip Waters; Grand Prairie, TX; Texas Region; Chevrolet Camaro Z-28
-B-Spec: John Phillips; Sealy, TX; Houston Region; Mazda 2
-E Production: James Rogerson; Angleton, TX; Houston Region; BMW Z3
-F Production: Jon Stautberg; Sugarland, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-H Production: Christopher Salyer; Longview, TX; Houston Region; Honda Civic
-Formula 500: John W. Walbran; Saint Louis, MO; St. Louis Region; Scorpion 2006
-Formula 1000: James Michael; Fort Worth, TX; Texas Region; Stohr F1000
-Formula Atlantic®: Dave Zavelson; Austin, TX; Lone Star Region; Star Pro Formula Mazda
-Formula Continental®:  Randall Smart; League City, TX; Houston Region; Van Diemen RF 97
-Formula Enterprises: Mark Snyder; Southlake, TX; Texas Region; SCCA FE Mazda
-Formula Enterprises 2: Robert Vanman; Allen, TX; Texas Region; SCCA FE2 Mazda
-Formula F: Randy Acock; Corpus Christi, TX; South Texas Border Region; Van Diemen RF98-Honda
-Formula Mazda: Karl Markey; Rosharon, TX; Houston Region; Star Formula Mazda
-Formula Vee®: Hunter Phelps-Barron; Longview, TX; Texas Region; Mysterian M4
-GT-1: David Fershtand; Fort Worth, TX; Texas Region; Chevrolet Corvette
-GT-2: Brad Gross; Grapevine TX; Texas Region; Chevrolet Camaro TA2
-GT-3 (tie): Chad Bacon; Mooresville, NC; North Carolina Region; Toyota Celica
                   
Gary Grantham; Springfield, MO; Ozark Mountain Region; Datsun 240Z
-GT-Lite: Larry Svaton; Alvin, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-Prototype 1: Darryl Shoff; Reading, PA; Northeastern Pennsylvania Region; Elan DP02
-Prototype 2: Marvin Hodges; Brazoria TX; Houston Region; Lola T 598
-Spec Miata: Tyler Quance; Cypress, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-SRF3: Denny Stripling; McKinney, TX; Texas Region; Spec Racer Ford Gen3
-Super Touring® Lite: Jose Garcia;
 Nederland, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-Super Touring® Under: David Fiorelli; Coppell, TX; Texas Region; Subaru BRZ
-Touring 1: Colin Cohen; Southlake, TX; Lone Star Region; Audi TTRS
-Touring 2: James Smith; Friendswood, TX; Houston Region; Chevrolet Corvette
-Touring 3: Stephen Jeu; Houston, TX; Houston Region; Honda Civic Si 
-Touring 4: Tyler Quance; Cypress, TX; Houston Region; Mazda MX-5
 
 

 

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Welcome to SOWDiv

08 Jan 2013
Southwest Division SCCA

The Southwest Division of the Sports Car Club of America (known as "Area 7") is made up of 10 separate SCCA regions in the Southwestern part of the U.S. Our purpose is to provide an information source for members of all the regions contained herein, with special attention being paid to the volunteer Club Racing Officials, whom we could not conduct Club Racing events without.

Racers from all over the state of Texas and Louisiana come together for Club Racing events and many regional autocrossers cross-pollinate to other regions outside there own. We hope to foster this behavior and increase the opportunities to members and regions of this division.


SOWDiv Annual Meeting

When: Saturday, February 1, 2020

Time: TBA

Where: TBA

Divisional officers and all others:

Matt Lucas, Regional Executive of the Texas Region, cordially invites any and all current members of SOWDIV to the 2020 Annual Meeting.

This meeting is held annually in accordance with our Bylaws and is the meeting in which we will discuss the business of the upcoming year. Although this is a "business meeting", there is always a chance for any member of the Division to ask and receive answers to questions they may have and a great time for camaraderie outside of an event setting.

The meeting location and time is still in the planning stages and will be posted soon.  Please check back later in the year but circle the date on your 2020 calendar.

An agenda will be provided closer to the meeting and posted on the website.

IF YOU ARE A VOTING MEMBER, PLEASE COME TO THE MEETING OR SEND A PROXY. If you need further information on how to send a proxy, please contact me. It is important that we have a quorum for this meeting.

LisaKay Foyle
SCCA Southwest Division Secretary
SCCA Southwest National Steward
Cell - (863) 381.7185


2020 Southwest Division Road Racing Schedule

Date
Event
Points
Jan. 25-26
Polar Prix, MSR Cresson
Majors Divisional Races, SWRRC Points, Runoffs Eligible
Feb. 8-9
Lone Star Grand Prix, COTA
2-Day Southern Conference Super Tour, SWRRC Points, Runoffs Eligible
April 4-5
Hallett Super Tour, Hallet Raceway
2-Day Mid States/Southern Super Tour, No SWRRC Points, Runoffs Eligible
May 2-3
Sunburn Grand Prix, Eagles Caynon Raceway
Majors Divisional Races, SWRRC Points, Runoffs Eligible
May 23-24
Fun In The Sun Triple, MSR Houston
Majors Divisional Races, SWRRC Points, Runoffs Eligible
Sept. 5-6
Labor Day Triple , MSR Houston
Majors/Year End SWRRC Divisional Races, SWRRC Points, Runoffs Eligible
Sept. 18-20
Texas Festival , MSR Cresson
School/TT/RR Races, No SWRRC Points, Non Points Races
Nov. 7-8
Fall Roundup, Eagles Caynon Raceway
Double Divisional Races, SWRRC Points, 2021 Runoffs Eligible

2019 Southwest Division Road Racing Schedule

DatesEvent / TypePoints Details
January 26-27

Winter Festival at MSR Cresson, Hosted by Texas Region, Double Majors / Regional

Runoffs Eligible, Majors Divisional Races SWRRC Points
February 8-10 Polar Prix Super Tour at COTA, hosted by Lone Star region / Sowdiv Runoffs Eligible, Southern Conference Super Tour SWRRC Points
March 29-31 Hallett Super Tour at Hallett hosted by AVRG Runoffs Eligible, Mid States/Southern Super Tour
May 25-26 Fun In The Sun at MSR Houston hosted by Houston Region Runoffs Eligible, Majors Divisional Races SWRRC Points
June 29-30 Lone Star Grand Prix at Circuit of The America's hosted by Texas and Lone Star Region Runoffs Eligible, Majors Divisional Races SWRRC Points
Aug. 31 - Sept. 1 Labor Day Triple at MSR Houston hosted by Houston Region Runoffs Eligible, Majors/Year End SWRRC Divisional Races SWRRC Points. Sunday afternoon race Double Points Divisional Races
Sept 20-22 Super School Festival Race at MSR Cresson hosted by Texas Region Friday evening and Saturday are Super School. Driver School to obtain Full Competition License. Sunday is NON Points Festival Races 

SCCA National News

Community News
  • ALTON, Va. (October 13, 2019) – Anthony Seaber entered the 2019 SCCA National Championship Runoffs at VIRginia International Raceway (VIR) as a rookie and started the Formula Mazda race on Sunday afternoon in pouring rain....Read more

  • ALTON, Va. (October 13, 2019) – On a rain-soaked track, Mark Boden, of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, proved that the race isn’t over until the checkered flag flies, as he made up more than a half-a-second deficit on the final lap...Read...

  • ALTON, Va. (October 13, 2019) – Jonathan Kotyk, from Oviedo, Florida, defended his 2018 SCCA Championship Runoffs® win by taking the 2019 title in a rain-soaked and shortened Formula F (FF) race at the wheel of his No. 8...Read more

  • ALTON, Va. (Oct. 13, 2019) -- The ground-pounding GT-1 class took to VIRginia International Raceway’s 18-turn, 3.27-mile circuit Sunday afternoon to decide who would be SCCA’s 2019 National Champion. Behind Tire Rack Pole...Read more

  • ALTON, Va. (October 13, 2019) – Six official lead changes at the line and perhaps twice that number on the track set the stage for a 0.096-second difference at the finish line between race winner Eric Prill, of Topeka,...Read more

  • ALTON, Va. (October 13, 2019) – After a late night driving a Ferrari at the IMSA Petit Le Mans at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Cooper MacNeil, from Hinsdale, Ohio, dominated the Touring 2 (T2) National Championship race to...Read more