Welcome to the Texas Region SCCA

Road Racing

Road Racing

Wheel to Wheel Racing

Road racing cars on the track. Event organization with volunteer members to provide a safe and exciting racing experience.

Time Trials / PDX

Time Trials / PDX

Race track driving against the clock.

The Time Trial program accommodate all types of cars - from street cars in the first-level, instructional Performance Driving Experience (PDX) events to fully-prepared race vehicles in the third-level Track Trial.

Road Rally

Road Rally

Popular GTA Rally

Texas Region rallies are not speed events, but usually run on fun-to-drive roads. Teams are scored on how closely they matched the answers to the questions asked during the event.



Compete against the clock

Autocross is a contest against the clock. You get 3-5 tries at a different course at each event. Your best time determine how you place.

Let’s Go Racing

Upcoming Events

Autocross School, March 3rd

The TX Region Autocross beginners school is a great way to get introduced to the sport of Autocross, and it’s a great deal! $80 for SCCA members, $90 for non-members. You get a very informative classroom session, individual coaching and instruction from National caliber drivers and tons of seat time. In addition, you’ll also get FREE entry into the first regular season event that takes place after the school. It’s the deal of the year!

March 3, 2018

Dragon Stadium

1085 S Kimball Ave.

Southlake, TX

Autocross School registration will be online only.

Autocross School Registration Open

Become A Race Official

Here’s What You Get:

  • See racing “up close and personal” for FREE
  • FREE lunch both Saturday and Sunday
  • FREE dinner, softdrinks, and beer at Satuday night party
  • FREE Training

Here’s What To Bring:

You will need your SCCA membership card – or tell the folks that you would like to get a temporary membership in order try things out. Sign the waiver form that basically says you are here because you want to be here and you understand the risks (and rewards!). Be sure to introduce yourself to the worker chief and tell him if you have any special requests, like you may want to be a starter, grid, timing and scoring or anything besides a corner worker.

Eligible specialties include:

  • Race Stewards / Race Chairmen / Pace Driver
  • Flagging and Communications
  • Timing and Scoring
  • Start
  • Grid
  • Pits and Paddock
  • Tech (Scrutineering)
  • Course Marshall
  • Sound Control
  • Registration
  • Race Control / Radio Comm

Texas Region

Online Registration

Hey guys and gals, the perfect time and place to take your sweetheart for a ride is coming up on the Sunday before Valentine’s Day. Join us in Willow Park at the Railhead Smokehouse BBQ, 120 S. Ranch House Road (¼ mile south of I-20 exit 418) for the first rally of our new season. Please plan on enjoying the Railhead’s tasty fare before and after the rally’s fun, 80 mile drive on some of the scenic and historic hard surfaced country roads in eastern Parker County. As usual, Jerry White will be the rallymaster for this event.

In addition to the normal Texas Region wordplay puzzles there will also be some math, complete-the-phrase and count puzzles to solve based on signs found along the route. To keep it fun you’ll never have more than one puzzle to solve at a time. Not only that but your Route Book will include up to four (4) possible answers for each puzzle so all you have to do is to circle the correct ones you find (if any). Also, two rest-stops/restarts at the Railhead Smokehouse will give you opportunities to see how you’re doing.

In one or more places a travel speed may be prescribed. The rallymaster has used the distance times rate = time (D x R = T) formula to determine when you should pass any surprise timing points. Each full minute you are early or late will cost one penalty point so even if you just run by the “Seat of Your Pants” (and your speedometer) you should do well.

  • Awards: First Timers, Novices (2 or less rally trophies won by each vehicle participant), and General Class.
  • Optional Master Class for those who want bragging rights but don’t want any more trophies.
  • Starting Location and Finish Meeting Point: Railhead Smokehouse BBQ.
  • Registration/Check-In: 12:00pm – 1:00pm.
  • General Instructions Review: 12:15pm (Geared toward first timers and novices but all are welcome.)
  • Mandatory Safety Briefing: 1:05pm.
  • Car 1 receives their Route Book: 1:31pm (Car 2, 1:32pm, etc.)
  • Cars should finish at the Railhead Smokehouse from approximately 5:00pm through 5:30pm.
  • Vehicles: Sports cars, family sedans, pickup trucks, SUV’s and anything else with 4 wheels that’s street legal (bring something that you will be comfortable in and will have fun driving on back roads and byways).
  • Rally Fee: $25.00 / SCCA Members: $20.00 / $5 late fee at check-in if not preregistered here on MotorsportReg.com. Preregister (to avoid the late fee and so we know how many Route Books to print)
  • About two weeks before the rally a link you can download the General Instructions (event rules) from will be added near the bottom of the opening post of the of the 2018 SRRR topic mentioned in the bullet point below. Also, about a week before the event the General Instructions will be emailed to those who preregister by then.
  • If you have any rally questions contact the rallymaster Jerry White at jerryw@illinoisalumni.org or by posting in the “2018 Sweetheart Ride Road Rally” topic on the “Rally” part of the Texas Region Forum (http://texasscca.org/phpBB3/).