Registration open for MiDiv/Mid-States races, MiDiv Time Trials, MiDiv Solo, National Solo – Click here for links

♦ Newest addition to list below

Registration links for:
Mid-States Conference races:
April 20-21 – Super Tour/MidAm @ Hallett
Jun 1-2 – Majors @ Pueblo
Jul 6-7 – Majors @ High Plains

Midwest Division MidAm Races
May 11-12 MidAm @ Hedge Hollow – CANCELLED

MiDiv Time Trials Series:
May 11-12 @ Hedge Hollow – CANCELLED
Jun 1-2 @ Ozarks
Aug 10-11 @ Hastings
Sep 21 @ I-29 (formerly RPM/MAM)

MiDiv Solo Series:
Apr 13-14 @ Davis Field, Muskogee, OK
♦ May 4-5 @ Independence-Freedom Airport, Independence, KS
May 18-19 @ Clinton-Sherman Airport, Burns Flat, OK
Jun 29-30 @ Metro CC Blue River, Independence, MO

SCCA National Solo:
♦ May 4-5 – CAM/XS Challenge @ St. Charles, MO
May 23-25 – ProSolo @ Lincoln, NE
May 25-27 – National Tour @ Lincoln, NE
June 8-9 – National Tour @ Burns Flat, OK

Hedge Hollow race/TT in May cancelled

Memo from Bill Johnson:
It is very disappointing but KVRG has decided to cancel the event at Hedge Hollow scheduled for May 11/12.
A lot of issues but in the end we could not  get an amicable contract with the track in the short time before the event.  At this time the event is not being rescheduled but we are keeping our options open in hopes something can be worked out in the future that satisfies all parties.
The race track itself is fabulous and offers a lot of options for events for our members.  Dealings with the track have all been positive, we are just out of time to get all of the details with the track and the multiple groups involved worked out.
Appreciate everyone’s enthusiasm for what we were trying to do, it would have been a very special event.  Hopefully down the road we can make it happen.  Also appreciate the tracks willingness to work with us and continue to pursue options for the future.
Hope to see you all soon
Bill Johnson

2024 MiDiv Solo Series Schedule

April 13-14 – NeOkla @ Davis Field, Muskogee, OK
May  4-5 – Kansas/Wichita @ Independence-Freedom Airport, Independence, KS
May 18-19 – Oklahoma @ Clinton Sherman Airport, Burns Flat, OK
June 1-2 – Salina @ Berkley Family Recreation Area, Salina, KS
June 29-30 – Kansas City @ Metropolitan Community College, Independence, MO
August 3-4 – Nebraska @ Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln, NE

 

Olivia Hammac wins SCCA Women on Track road racing scholarship

(from scca.com)

The SCCA Women on Track Road Racing Drivers’ School Scholarship presents two recipients with $1,000 scholarships each to attend an SCCA competition Drivers’ School. This year’s recipients are Reagan Thomas and Olivia Hammac.

At just 16-years old, St Louis Region member Olivia Hammac has seemingly done it all. “I got my first kart for Christmas when I was 7½-years old,” she said. “I started autocrossing with the SCCA Hawaii Region. My parents sent me to every driving school offered by Hawaii Region. I was even voted by the membership as [Hawaii Region] Driver of the Year in 2016. We then moved to Florida in 2017 and I became a member of the [Central Florida Region]. My dad started me in wheel-to-wheel racing in Florida as well.”

Hammac is also a two-time SCCA Solo Nationals winner, taking the last Junior B kart class in 2019  — the only female ever to win a Junior Kart class  before the Junior Driver program was shut down, and the Super Street Ladies championship last year in a Lotus Evora.

https://www.scca.com/articles/2018151-scca-women-on-track-announces-7-scholarship-recipients

Four MiDiv drivers — Hammac, Skoglund, Schneekloth, McGavock — win Solo National Tour championships

MiDiv’s National Tour series champions are Olivia Hammac (St. Louis) in SSL, Emily Skoglund (St. Louis) in ESL, Brent Schneekloth (Nebraska) in STU, and Mason McGavock (Ozark Mountain) in XB,
https://www.scca.com/articles/2017994-43-drivers-earn-2023-solo-national-tour-points-championships
The perfect score from a driver’s best three events is 300 points, which both Hammac and Skoglund achieved. Hammac won at the Lincoln, NE, Spring Nationals, at Route 66 Raceway in Chicago and at the final event in Moultrie, GA. Skoglund won at Grissom Aeroplex in Peru, IN, at Bristol (TN) Motor Speedway, and at Route 66 Raceway.
Schneekloth scored 299.12 points with wins at Lincoln and Chicago. McGavock scored 231.75 points with a win at Family Arena, St. Charles. MO.

2024 MiDiv Time Trials Series Schedule

May 11-12 – @ Hedge Hollow Raceway (with MidAm Races)
June 1-2 – @ Ozarks International Raceway (with Majors races)
July 6-7 – @ High Plains Raceway (with Majors races)
Aug. 10-11 – @ Motorsports Park Hastings (with Enduro races)
Sep. 21 – @ I-29 Speedway (One-day event)
Nov. 9 – @ Hallett Motor Racing Circuit [2X points] –Tentative–


Preferred numbers program in road racing (MidAm Championship) is ended.

Midwest Division SCCA has decided to end its reserved car number program as of the 2024 road racing season .
Because of duplication by SCCA’s Majors reserved numbers, interest in the MiDiv program has declined to less than 30% of what it was 10 years ago, to where it barely covers the cost of the program.
In addition, all MiDiv races are now Majors races, for which the Majors car numbers take precedence.
Drivers seeking to reserve a preferred car number may do so by registering for the 2024 SCCA Majors Tour in the Mid-States Conference (or any conference of their choice) at https://www.scca.com/pages/majors-2 and click on “2024 Majors Registration.”
Schedules (see Calendar) and points standings (under Programs) will continue to be found here on the MiDiv website.

2024 MiDiv Convention Feb. 23-25

Midwest Division SCCA annual convention is set for Feb. 23-25 in Topeka, KS.
Will be at the Hotel Topeka in City Center, 1717 SW Topeka Blvd. Phone (800) 579-7937
Rooms for $99/night, includes breakfast. Mention you’re there for the convention. 

Friday evening welcome party
Saturday business sessions including town hall and MiDiv Executive Committee meeting (open to all)
Saturday evening banquet and MiDiv Awards
Sunday morning wrapup sessions including Stewards/DAs meeting.