Gill, Herrick receive MiDiv Solo Awards

   At the opening event of the Midwest Division’s Solo Performance/R&S Racing Solo Series, MiDiv’s Solo Awards were presented for the 2020 Season.

   Normally presented at the annual Midwest Division Convention, which was not held this year because of COVID-19 protocols, the two awards winners were recognized at the Topeka round of the 2021 series, during the driver’s meeting at Heartland Motorsports Park

   Doug Gill, Mid-South Region (also a member of Kansas Region), received the Sam Scharnberg Spirit of the Sport award recognizing a member who has been “a rock of solo.” Gill served for many years on the SCCA national staff in the Topeka office, primarily as the rules and technical expert, always ready to help members with thorny rulebook questions.

   Mike Herrick, Nebraska Region (also a member of Salina, Wichita and Kansas Regions), was the series’ Driver of the Year. He was the Street Touring Sport champion, winning all six events. He was the only series driver to accomplish that feat, running in a class that never had fewer than four competitors.

Contacts List updated for 2021

The MiDiv Contacts lists are a PDF file which you can access HERE

The file includes:
• Midwest Division Executive Committee (all Regional Executives plus non-voting officers)
• Midwest Division Officials — Road Racing and other competition disciplines
• MidAm Championship Committee
• MiDiv Time Trials Series Committee
• MiDiv Solo Series Committee
• Race Registrars, listed by track
• MiDiv Regional Solo Contacts
• MiDiv Regional RallyCross Contacts
• MiDiv Regional RoadRally Contacts

Topeka ProSolo Cancelled – Lincoln ProSolos TBD

In the wake of the timing failure at the Charlotte ProSolo, SCCA has cancelled the Topeka ProSolo scheduled for May 15-16.
The Lincoln events (SummerNationals May 27-29, Finale Sept. 4-6) are on hold pending further developments and testing. Conversion of the SummerNationals event to a Match Tour or other formats is being discussed.

2021 Road Racing “Number Season” is over – All unclaimed numbers are available

The pre-season mailing to all MiDiv licensed drivers (as of Dec. 27), plus all other 2020 Number owners, went in the mail Dec. 29. It contains information about the 2021 racing season, including Runoffs qualification, plus information on acquiring or renewing a MiDiv Reserved Number.
Anyone may reserve an unclaimed number until Sept. 1.
For more details and links, look under Programs/Road Racing/Reserved Numbers

All five SCCA National Championships are now on the Calendar

SCCA National Championship events Calendar

Time Trials — June 12-13, NCM Motorsports Park, Bowling Green KY
Road Rally — July 30-Aug 1, Land O’ Lakes Region, Sparta, WI
Autocross —  Sep 6-10, Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln,  NE
Road Race — Sep 25-Oct 3, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, IN
Rallycross — Oct 15-17, Ross County Fairgrounds, Chillicothe, OH

RX National Tour at St. Louis — see updated Calendar

MiDiv Calendar
’21 RallyCross National Tour Dates Announced

“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” That’s the famous line delivered by Dr. Emmett Brown in the movie “Back to the Future” — and it certainly pertains to SCCA’s most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport, RallyCross.

In 2021, the RallyCross National Tour will make four stops around the country before the season-ending RallyCross National Championship taking place Oct. 15-17 at Ross County Fairgrounds in Chillicothe, Ohio.

Schedules are always subject to change, but the current 2021 RallyCross National Tour calendar is as follows:
– April 23-25: St. Louis Region – near World Wide Technology Raceway; Granite City, IL.
– June 12-13: East Tennessee Region – Frazier Motorsports Park; Frazier Motorsports Park; Tazwell, TN.
– Early August (dates TBA): San Francisco Region – Thunderhill Raceway Park; Thunderhill Raceway Park; Willows, CA.
 September 3-5: Milwaukee Region – Byron Motorsports Park; Byron Motorsports Park; Byron, IL.

The schedule above may seem a little mysterious because a couple “specifics” are missing. But we’ll do our best to create clarity here. First, April’s St. Louis event in Granite City, Illinois, will take place near World Wide Technology Raceway, but not on raceway grounds. Technically, the competition field is located at 50 Big Bend Road in Granite City, but participants will receive further instructions about the location when they register for the event.