Twenty years ago the Chicago Region SCCA, created and established the Triple Crown® award which is presented to a driver that meets the three requirements of the star pillars, June Sprints® Champion, Conference Champion, and National Champion.
Author: Steve Laske
On October 9, 2020 the Chicago Region SCCA and Road America partnering together unveiled a bronze statue of Road America founder, Clif Tufte.
One day destination tour event ending in Shullsburg Wisconsin on Saturday, May 16, 2020.
If you did not have a chance to attend this years Checkered Flag Party, you missed an excellent Region social get together to thank its members for their club participation in 2019 and to kick off the Region’s 2020 season.
This historic marker located on County Highway “P” just south of the intersection of Cty P and Lake Side Park Road for Dickins’ Ditch reads “Named for Robert “Sid” Dickens who raced in an MG-TC. Ted Boynton lost concentration here in 1952 resulting in an excursion into a blueberry patch.”
The Chicago Region SCCA held our first fall membership gathering on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at the WeatherTech Factory Store. The event was open to members and non-members alike and it was held in the beautiful WeatherTech employee lunch room in the building next door to the Factory Store.
Following the Schoolhouse Straight the first high speed straight of the 1951 / 52 race circuit the competitors approached at tight ninety degree right hand turn on to County P. This turn was named Kimberly’s Korner, yes Korner with a “K”.
After passing Wacker’s Wend the 1951/52 race circuit continued south bound following County J, A and then turned right to continue following County A west bound.
As the cars left town and drove south on South Lake Street headed towards Quit Qui Oc Golf Course they made a right turn at County J A. Just past this turn is Wacker’s Wend, named after Frederick G. Wacker Jr. the founder of the Chicago Region SCCA in 1948 and our first Regional Executive.
The Chicago Region SCCA was again for the second year a featured group in the Geneva Concours d’Elegance an event celebrating the “Art of the Automobile”.