Road Racing

Regions also put on road races at the six tracks within MiDiv – Worldwide Technology Raceway, (St. Louis), Hallett Motor Racing Circuit (Tulsa), Heartland Motorsports Park (Topeka), Memphis International Raceway, Raceway Park of the Midlands (RPM) (Glenwood, IA – south of Omaha), Motorsports Park Hastings (Mid-Nebraska) and Iowa Speedway. Races are conducted either by individual Regions or jointly with neighboring Regions, but championship competition is done on a Divisional level. Current point standings for the three MiDiv road racing series – National Racing, the Mid-Am Championship, and the I.T. Tour – can be found elsewhere on this website. National Racing is only for drivers carrying a National Competition License. Drivers compete for the MiDiv Championships in 29 classes ranging from Showroom Stock to Formula Atlantic, and also strive to qualify for The Runoffs, the SCCA National Championships, held each year and hosted at the famed Road America circuit since 2009. Any SCCA competition license, including a Novice Permit, qualifies a driver to compete for the Mid-Am Championship in all of the National classes plus 15 more, including the popular Improved Touring, the almost-anything-goes Super Production, and Legends Cars. These races are sanctioned as Regional races. Most National races in MiDiv include a special extra race for Improved Touring, and these races have become the Midwest Division I.T. Tour, with its own championships in the seven Improved Touring classes.