SCCA Club Racing National Events
SCCA Club Racing “National” events are held each year to determine Divisional point champions and who qualifies for the SCCA National Championship Runoffs.
Each year, approximately 65-70 Nationals are held, broken into the eight divisions, with each division running a minimum of six events. Only drivers with a National-grade license may compete, which means a requirement of Driver’s Schools and Regionals must be met.
There are 25 separate classes that compete in SCCA National events, earning points toward their respective Divisional Championship. Drivers running at least four Nationals (finishing at least three) who finish in the top 10 in their respective Divisional point championship are eligible to compete in the Runoffs®.
"National" is the top grade of SCCA Club Racing event nationwide, and many of these events are high in profile, drawing thousands of fans to watch the competition.