The SCCA’s RoadRally Board, through its National Events Committee, today announced a 21-event National RoadRally Championship schedule for 2020. The schedule includes both National and Divisional rallies that will count toward titles in RoadRally’s trio of national championships, Course Rally, Touring Rally, and GTA.
In the coming weeks, as regions complete their 2020 schedules and submit their National and Divisional sanction applications, other events will be added to the schedule.
“We’re pleased that this preliminary list offers a variety of great events and locations we’ve already confirmed and calendared,” NEC co-chair Mike Thompson said.
Unlike other disciplines in the SCCA, contenders for national RoadRally titles accumulate points toward the title they’re chasing throughout a season of rallying, rather than at a season-ending, winner-takes-all shootout.
Returning to the 2020 national schedule after an absence of a year is the United States RoadRally Challenge, a multiple-day, multiple-discipline event hosted this year by the Detroit Region Nov. 13–15, with headquarters in Whitmore Lake, Mich. The USRRC was last part of the national schedule in 2018, when it was organized by the St. Louis Region.
For 2020, the RoadRally National Championship schedule, as of Jan. 3, includes the following:
Jan. 11: Son of Sno*Drift XXII Divisional Touring Rally; South Lyon, Mich.
February 21: Driftless Challenge National Touring Rally; Winona, Minn.
Feb. 22: Inaugural Ron Dunlop Memorial Divisional Touring Rally; Mission Hills, Calif.
Feb. 23: Rebel Run Divisional GTA Rally; Mission Hills, Calif.
April 18: Twilight Tour Divisional Touring Rally; South Lyon, Mich.
April 25: Steel Haul National Course Rally; Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 26: Laurel Run National Touring Rally; Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 6: Roads Scholar National Course Rally; Middleton, Wis.
June 7: Roads Scamper National Touring Rally; Middleton, Wis.
July 25: Lazy Daze Divisional Touring Rally; South Lyon, Mich.
Aug. 29: Lobster Traps Silver Anniversary National Course Rally; Frederick, Md.
Aug. 30: Crab Traps Divisional Course Rally; Frederick, Md.
Sept. 12: Press on Regardless Divisional Touring Rally; Gaylord, Mich.
Sept. 19: Hoosier Crossroads National Course Rally; Indianapolis, Ind.
Sept. 20: Hoosier Byways National Touring Rally; Indianapolis, Ind.
Sept. 26: Clare Color Tour Divisional Touring Rally; Clare, Mich.
Oct. 3: Oktoberally National Course Rally; Tomah, Wis.
Oct. 4: The GR8 Purple Cow National Touring Rally; Tomah, Wis.
Nov. 13: To Hell and Back National Touring Rally (USRRC); Whitmore Lake, Mich.
Nov. 14: Pavement Ends National Touring Rally (USRRC); Whitmore Lake, Mich.
Nov. 15: Are You Territorial Divisional Course Rally (USRRC); Whitmore Lake, Mich.
For more information about individual events, including contact information, visit the RoadRally page at www.scca.com.