Mark your calendars!  The Awards Banquet is scheduled for December 11th @ 3 p.m. at Restoration Rod’s.

Details: You MUST RSVP if you plan to attend.  Click “Going” on the Awards Banquet Event created on Facebook, or e-mail us at SnakeRiverSCCA@gmail.com and let us know if you’re coming.  Check out the Snake River Region SCCA page for the event, and RSVP there.  Tickets are $10 at the door if you plan to eat (catered by Austin). No fee if you don’t eat.  We will have a raffle, and some fun games (VR Common Car Challenge).

Who We Are

The Snake River Region is a division of the national Sports Club Car of America (SCCA) organization with more than 55,000 members. SCCA was founded in 1944 as a club for amateur sports car enthusiasts, whose interests have expanded over the years to include a wide variety of amateur and professional motor sports related pursuits. The SCCA national office is located in Topeka, Kansas. Supportive regions help by organizing their own events, training drivers and course workers, and conducting educational and safety seminars for all stages of driver development.

The SCCA organization is geographically segmented into 112 regions with the backbone of the organization depending on its membership and volunteer participation and support. Collectively, local regions conduct more than 2000 events annually, from race-prepared cars on closed tracks, to rally car challenging unimproved back roads, to daily driver autocross racing in parking lots. SCCA is one of the premier motorsports organizations in America, with a goal to provide safe opportunities for members to pursue their love of motorsports in a safe environment.

The local Treasure Valley Snake River Region SCCA currently has 120 members who support the region’s autocross group. We are a volunteer, self-supporting, non-profit organization of drivers with varied skill levels, who are focused on safety, education, and sharing a love for motorsports and autocross racing. The SRRSCCA group has members that span all levels of drivers, from the novice, to those who compete nationally. All drivers are welcome and there is a support network in place to foster the education of new drivers, helping them to achieve their goals, whether they are specific, or if they are just coming out to have fun and challenge their competitive spirit. It is a great outlet to learn to be a better driver, and to be a part of a shared community with common interests.

We hope to see you out on the asphalt, and welcome you to come be a part of our membership!