Hallett is installing a tunnel! Click here to see pics.

The new tunnel runs under the Martin House Straight before Turn 10.
No more waiting for a session to end to get in or out!
(Taken from a Facebook post by Terry Fair, pix by Jeremy Warkentine.)

  View from inside the track. Original entrance road at extreme left.
Another view from inside the track. Full-size pickup going through, a semi should fit.  Location on Hallett map. Continue reading “Hallett is installing a tunnel! Click here to see pics.”

2022 MiDiv Track Event/Track Night in America Schedules

Track Night in America – MiDiv Tracks

Heartland Motorsports Park, Topeka KS
April 28
May 20
June 16
July 21
August 18
September 20
October 13

Track Night in America – Near MiDiv

Brainerd Int’l Raceway, Brainerd, MN
May 27*
September 2*

Pikes Peak Int’l Raceway, Fountain CO
July 29
September 15

Eagles Canyon Raceway, Decatur TX
March 22
May 10
September 13


Dakota County Technical College, Rosemount MN
May 6*
June 3*
June 24
July 22*
August 11*
September 16

High Plains Raceway, Deer Trail CO
June 22
August 24

Motorsport Ranch, Cresson TX
April 12
June 7
October 11

Blackhawk Farms Raceway, South Beloit, IL
May 10
June 8
July 13
August 10
Se[ptember 14

Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon TN
April 27
July 28

Harris Hill Raceway, San Marcos, TX
March 16
April 13
May 4
June 8
September 14
October 12
November 2

Rich Bireta receives Barnato Award; Charlie Clark, Mark Weber inducted in SCCA Hall of Fame

Rallyist Rich Bireta received SCCA’s highest honor, the Woolf Barnato Award for contributions to the club, on the opening day of SCCA’s virtual National Convention Jan. 21. Bireta, a member of both Kansas City and Kansas Regions, was cited not only for his many years’ involvement with the SCCA rally program but also for developing technology making rallies easier to conduct which are in use at both top-level series and in low-level regional events.

The five 2022 inductees of the SCCA Hall of Fame include Kansas City Region’s Charlie Clark and St. Louis Region’s Mark Weber. Clark’s involvement in both solo and road racing include multiple Solo National Championships and Runoffs finishes, as well as serving as event co-chair of two Solo Nationals and four terms on the SCCA Board of Directors. Weber’s resumé includes being the official photographer of several major SCCA series and hundreds of club racing events, and publication in numerous magazines and other media, as well as a competition record of more than 600 races in the EP, FP, GP and HP classes in which he would sometimes run two races in a day in the same car after a lightning engine swap.

Read more here:

2022 MiDiv Solo Series Schedule


April 30-May 1 – Wichita @  Road Yoder Autocross Site, Yoder
June 11-12 – Ozark Mountain @ Crowder College, Neosho
June 25-26 – NeOkla @ Davis Field, Muskogee
July 30-31 – Nebraska @ Lincoln Airpark, Lincoln
October 1-2 – Kansas @ Heartland Motorsports Park, Topeka CANCELLED
October 8-9 – Kansas/Salina @ Berkley Family Recreation Area, Salina



Number Season under way for Road Racers, Click for details

Midwest Division Reserved Numbers

The entire 2022 MiDiv reserved numbers list is HERE
The 2022 MiDiv reserved numbers application form is HERE
The entire 2022 Majors reserved numbers list: CLICK HERE
          (Mid-States Conference list is at the bottom)


Group 1 [Spec Miata & SRF] — SM, SRF3, *SM5, *SRF, *ITB, *ITC
Group 2 [Bigbore] – °GTX, GT1, GT2, GT3, AS, °PX, T1, *SP, *GTA
Group 3 [Street Tire] — STU, STL, T2, T3, T4, *ITR, *ITS, *ITA
Group 4 [Smallbore] — GTL, EP, FP, HP, B-spec
Group 5 [Wings & Things] — FA, FC, FE2, FX, P1, P2, *ASR, *FE, *FS
Group 6 [Small Formula] — FF, FV, F500, *FST, *Legends
° Majors class but not Runoffs-eligible — * Divisional-only (non-Runoffs) class

For 2022 the MiDiv class groupings are aligned with the Majors groupings, and then the non-Runoffs classes are added in. While these are recommended as minimum groupings for MiDiv Races, individual races may group classes as best fits their program.

Ownership of a reserved number is not a guarantee of being able to use that number at any given race. It is recommended drivers have alternate numbers in mind with a plan of how to change it so it is most legible to timing, corners, etc. The easiest alternative may simply be to add a “1” to the front of the number making it a 3-digit number allowed in the GCR. 100-series numbers will not be sold in MiDiv.

At the end of the season, MidAm Championship awards are sent to the drivers’ Regional Executives for presentation at Regional award banquets. A driver must finish top-3 in class and make at least three starts in MiDiv races at two tracks sanctioned by two different Regions in the same class to be eligible for awards.

The 2022 MiDiv “Number Season” is now under way. All MiDiv competition license holders as of Jan. 3 (including Novice Permits and Vintage licenses), have been sent a letter – in the mail Jan. 3 – outling the Reserved Number program, the MidAm Championship, and qualification for the 2022 National Championship Runoffs, along with the Reserved Number application/renewal form.

Drivers who held numbers in 2021 will have them held until Feb. 28 (if used at least three times) or Jan. 15 otherwise. Number season ends Feb. 28, after which all unclaimed numbers become available. No numbers are issued after Sept. 1.

If you have questions, or did not receive the letter and want one, please contact me.

Rocky Entriken
MiDiv Pointskeeper