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.

Upcoming Events

Solo, Jan 24 @ ECR Road Course

January 24, 2021
This event will count towards the 2020 championship season.

Autocross @ ECR Road Course CCW

Eagle Canyon Raceway,7629 North FM-51, Decatur, TX

Registration, No Walk-up Registration

Anyone who was registered for the event in December will be automatically re-registered for the rescheduled date. Anyone who does not wish to attend the rescheduled event date can request a future credit or a refund. This can be done via the normal cancellation methods on MotorsportReg, using a “contact the registrar” link on MotorsportReg, or sending a separate email to ‘racelion14@gmail.com’.

Running on the road course brings with it some special requirements – you must have autocrossed at least 3 times in the past few years with publicly accessible results to be eligible for this event. (clubs other than SCCA qualify).  We will be checking local results when you sign up, and will contact you if we can’t verify that you meet the prerequisite. This is a safety issue for us – not so much for the drivers, but for the workers.  ECR is a large venue with workers spread out over long stretches. It’s important that the worker pool be experienced in this situation.


ECR has also informed us that due to safety concerns electric vehicles will NOT be allowed to participate.

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

Texas Region Polar Prix

January 16-17, 2021

MSR, Cresson

Event Details / Supps

Race Registration closed

Race Entry List

Volunteer Registration

U.S. Majors / Hoosier Super Tour Number Reservation

Friday, January 15, Track Test Day

The TX Region SCCA Polar Prix is a Majors Series Race. SWRRC Points count and is Runoffs Eligible.

Friday – TEST DAY: Friday Motorsport Ranch will be hosting a Test & Tune on Friday with a separate registration. You must be entered in the TX Region SCCA Polar Prix Majors or have a valid SCCA Competition License, SCCA Pro License, or SCCA Novice Permit with School portion completed.

Saturday: Will consist of (1) Practice, (1) Qualifying Session, and (1) Race

Sunday: Will consist of (1) Warm-Up, (1) Qualifying Session, and (1) Race

**Entering a Mobile Phone # to receive text messages is Encouraged. We will be making our first attempt to use this as the primary communication to competitors about all pertinent information throughout the weekend.

Runoffs Qualification Criteria Set for 2021

The Sports Car Club of America Board of Directors has approved qualifying criteria for drivers wishing to compete at the 2021 SCCA National Championship Runoffs next Sept. 25-Oct. 3 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. With some slight modifications, the criteria are similar to what was used for the 2019 Runoffs. And the 26 car classes slated to compete in 2021 are the same as last year at Road America.

In 2021, Runoffs qualification can be achieved through the U.S. Majors Tour or Hoosier Super Tour programs where drivers must participate in a minimum of three separate event weekends and finish a minimum of three individual races in the same class. Participation is defined as turning a wheel on track in an official session (practice, qualifying, warm-up, race) and appearing in an event’s official race results. A finish is defined as completing at least half the laps of the overall race winner. Racers may again substitute one U.S. Majors weekend in 2021 with participation in two SCCA Regional event weekends. However, drivers must still finish a minimum of three individual U.S. Majors races in the same class even with this substitution option.

A Divisional Championship path to the Runoffs remains an option in 2021. Using this path, racers must first participate in the same class for a minimum of four weekends within a single Divisional Championship. Also, Divisional competitors must finish in the top three positions within that class’ divisional point standings, except for Spec Miata and Spec Racer Ford Gen3 where the top five will be invited to the Runoffs. And of course, defending national champions may enter the Runoffs in the class or classes being defended, without meeting any of the previously noted criteria. But this provision may not be invoked two consecutive years in the same class by an individual even if he/she repeats as national champion.

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