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 / Track Events

Time Trials / Track Events

Race track driving against the clock.

The Time Trial program accommodate all types of cars - from street cars to fully-prepared race vehicles. Time Trial events can be competitive events. Track Events are non-competitive events and are designed to concentrate on driver enjoyment and the application of performance driving techniques.

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

Nov. 9 Rally

Registration Open

Welcome to a new event in our RoadRally series – The Targa Road Rally! We will take a tour of Wise and Denton Counties, passing through Slidell, Bolivar, Krum and other out-of-the way places. All roads are paved. You will be looking for signs and landmarks, some with surprising answers as you drive. It will take a sharp eye to see them all. There will be some course-following challenges in Krum and Denton, so be ready to navigate precisely and avoid the traps. Our Rally Master is John Poulos. Course following elements courtesy of Liz Witt.

What is a Targa? A Targa is like an automotive triathlon where teams of two drivers will compete in three events (Time Trials, Road Rally, and Autocross) in the same car over 2 days. Class winners will be based on cumulative points for the vehicle, and there will be classes for all experience levels.

You can enter this rally either as a standalone event (rally only) or as part of the Targa. If you choose to just sign up for the rally, then you will follow our standard registration terms and procedures (see below). If you decide to enter the Targa, there is a separate registration process and site (https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/targa-time-trial-rally-solo-events-eagles-canyon-raceway-scca-texas-353188), and you will automatically be registered for the rally. There is no need to register in both places. You will be scored and ranked under both Rally and Targa rules and classifications.

Rally Day is Saturday, November 9th. Registration opens at 12:30 pm at Eagles Canyon Raceway (ECR), 7629 FM51, Decatur, TX 76234, northeast of Decatur and near the town of Slidell. You will have time to view cars competing in the Time Trials event on the ECR track. A Drivers meeting/Safety Briefing will be held at 2:00 pm in the Clubhouse in the downstairs classroom. The finish will be at Rudy’s BBQ, 520 South Interstate 35 E, Denton, TX 76205, on the I-35 frontage road, west side. First car starts at 2:31 pm.

Nov. 9-10, Targa

Targa – Time Trial, Rally and Solo Event

November 9-10

This is for registration of the Time Trial, Rally & Autocross

Registration / Event Details

Entry List

What is a Targa?

A Targa is like an automotive triathlon where teams of two drivers will compete in three events (Time Trials, Road Rally, and Autocross) in the same car over 2 days. Class winners will be based on cumulative points for the vehicle, and there will be classes for all experience levels. Add in a BBQ dinner for all Targa competitors as well as any other interested Texas Region members/friends and you have a Texas Region sized motorsports experience!

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

U.S. Majors Tour Southern Conference 2019 Point Champions

U.S. Majors Tour Southern Conference 2019 Point Champions Conference points are awarded to the top 20 finishers in each class. Winners earn 25 points, and 21 points go to second. Points are then doled out to others starting with 18 and descending to a single point for the 20th finisher. Only the best eight finishes at Southern Conference races count towards a driver’s point total. Below are Southern Conference Champions.

-American Sedan®: Phillip Waters; Grand Prairie, TX; Texas Region; Chevrolet Camaro Z-28
-B-Spec: John Phillips; Sealy, TX; Houston Region; Mazda 2
-E Production: James Rogerson; Angleton, TX; Houston Region; BMW Z3
-F Production: Jon Stautberg; Sugarland, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-H Production: Christopher Salyer; Longview, TX; Houston Region; Honda Civic
-Formula 500: John W. Walbran; Saint Louis, MO; St. Louis Region; Scorpion 2006
-Formula 1000: James Michael; Fort Worth, TX; Texas Region; Stohr F1000
-Formula Atlantic®: Dave Zavelson; Austin, TX; Lone Star Region; Star Pro Formula Mazda
-Formula Continental®:  Randall Smart; League City, TX; Houston Region; Van Diemen RF 97
-Formula Enterprises: Mark Snyder; Southlake, TX; Texas Region; SCCA FE Mazda
-Formula Enterprises 2: Robert Vanman; Allen, TX; Texas Region; SCCA FE2 Mazda
-Formula F: Randy Acock; Corpus Christi, TX; South Texas Border Region; Van Diemen RF98-Honda
-Formula Mazda: Karl Markey; Rosharon, TX; Houston Region; Star Formula Mazda
-Formula Vee®: Hunter Phelps-Barron; Longview, TX; Texas Region; Mysterian M4
-GT-1: David Fershtand; Fort Worth, TX; Texas Region; Chevrolet Corvette
-GT-2: Brad Gross; Grapevine TX; Texas Region; Chevrolet Camaro TA2
-GT-3 (tie): Chad Bacon; Mooresville, NC; North Carolina Region; Toyota Celica
Gary Grantham; Springfield, MO; Ozark Mountain Region; Datsun 240Z
-GT-Lite: Larry Svaton; Alvin, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-Prototype 1: Darryl Shoff; Reading, PA; Northeastern Pennsylvania Region; Elan DP02
-Prototype 2: Marvin Hodges; Brazoria TX; Houston Region; Lola T 598
-Spec Miata: Tyler Quance; Cypress, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-SRF3: Denny Stripling; McKinney, TX; Texas Region; Spec Racer Ford Gen3
-Super Touring® Lite: Jose Garcia;
 Nederland, TX; Houston Region; Mazda Miata
-Super Touring® Under: David Fiorelli; Coppell, TX; Texas Region; Subaru BRZ
-Touring 1: Colin Cohen; Southlake, TX; Lone Star Region; Audi TTRS
-Touring 2: James Smith; Friendswood, TX; Houston Region; Chevrolet Corvette
-Touring 3: Stephen Jeu; Houston, TX; Houston Region; Honda Civic Si 
-Touring 4: Tyler Quance; Cypress, TX; Houston Region; Mazda MX-5


Nominations are now being accepted for election of Texas Region officers and directors for 2020. In accordance with Region Bylaws, those seeking office must complete the nomination form below, including signatures by ten Texas Region members in good standing, and submit the completed form to the Region Secretary, Taylor Burnidge, by the October membership meeting which is scheduled for Monday, October 7, 2019.

Board of Directors: There are three seats on the Board of Directors that are open for nominations, and any Region member in good standing who has been a continuous Texas Region member for the two previous years is eligible. Exception: members who have previously served two consecutive terms on the Board must have been off the Board for two years since their last term in order to be eligible.

Duties: The Board of Directors establishes policies, procedures and budgets for the Region operations and provides direction and support to the Officers in the implementation of the Region’s goals and objectives.

Officers: Officers to be elected are the Regional Executive, Secretary and Treasurer. Any Region member in good standing is eligible for nomination, with the exception that candidates for the RE position must have held a prior elective office in Texas Region or have served as an Assistant RE.
Region members are encouraged to review the Region Bylaws for details of officer and director duties and requirements. The Bylaws can be found here: Texas Region Bylaws.

Texas Region has grown and prospered through the diligent efforts of its officers and directors as well as those who manage our various competition events, and it will continue to do so only if good folks continue to step up and volunteer to serve these important functions. Please review the positions open for 2020 and consider submitting your name for one of those positions so that we can continue growing the Region and make our programs even better.

Taylor Burnidge
Corporate Secretary, Texas Region
Sports Car Club of America

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