Welcome to the Blue Ridge Region of the SCCA

All Events for this year are completed! Thank you to everyone who came out, see you in 2023!

News Briefs

  • A year-end PAX Championship has been instituted. For each even, points will be awarded based on participants’ PAX order.
  • New ByLaws have been ratified, effective July 22, 2021.
  • BRR Solo Supplementary Rules are now available.

2022 BRR SCCA Solo Schedule

2022 Blue Ridge Region Solo class champions

To be eligible for the class season championship, active SCCA members must participate in at least 50% of BRR-SCCA approved Solo events for the 2022 season (6 events this year). Full season championship rules here.

  • C Street – David Prather
  • D Street – Matthew Sayre
  • Street Touring Sport – Rob Leslie
  • Super Street Prepared – Kevin Mongold
  • E Street Prepared – Steve Hinton
  • C Prepared – Jim Mason
  • Masters – Ray Schumin
  • CAM T – Mark henry
  • CAM C – Matthew Welsh
  • CAM S – David Shifflett
  • Extreme Street A – Matthew Kurz

PAX championship – David Prather

Last updated 11/19/2022

Other Events of Interest

  • March 26 – 27: TT National tour @ CMP
  • April 22 – 24: Pine Mountain Hill Climb
  • May 6 – 8: Charlotte Pro Solo
  • June 29 – July 3: Bristol Solo National Tour and Pro Solo
  • July 30 – 31: Chasing the Dragon Hill Climb
  • August 27 – 28: Flag Rock Hillclimb
  • September 2 – 9: Solo Nationals
  • September 24 – October 2: Runoffs @ VIR
  • October 14 – 16: Charlotte Solo National Tour

What is Autocross?

SOLO (or autocrossing), is a weekend event open to members and non-members, pitting drivers and their cars against a temporary course normally set up in a large parking lot. Multiple runs are made and eventual class winners are determined from the best laps. Learn more.

Do I need any safety equipment?

There is a pre-event safety inspection performed on each vehicle. The only “special” equipment required of the participants is an approved helmet (loaner helmets are normally available at the events).

Why do I need to work at an event?

Drivers are required to “work” during a portion of their time when they are not on course. The “work” involves any of the many officiating tasks required to execute the event (flagging, tech inspection, timing, staging, etc.).

About the Blue Ridge Region SCCA

Welcome to the website of the Blue Ridge Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). The SCCA is an organization comprised of approximately 50,000 members whose interests lie in automotive competitions and their various satellite activities. Active members enjoy the many different facets offered by the club; road races, SOLO, rally, officiating, crewing and especially the camaraderie of their fellow enthusiasts.

The Blue Ridge Region (Number 103), is in the SOUTHEAST DIVISION (SeDiv), located in the central to southwest portion of Virginia with our boundaries extending into southeast West Virginia. Our area surrounds Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains which provides beauty and splendor as the backdrop for our regional activities. Many tracks(Charlotte, Kershaw, Memphis, Mid-Ohio, Pocono, Rd. Atlanta, Savannah, Summit Point, and Virginia International Raceway), are accessible from the heart of the region within a two to eight hour drive. Blue Ridge Region members have successfully competed in all levels of SCCA Club and Pro Racing.

Our primary regional functions are SOLORally and socials with many members involved in Club Racing and officiating at tracks nearby. We are a small region made of the families of rural Virginia, a great place to live, work and play.