As you may know, the CDC’s interim guidance suggests the postponement of events involving more than 50 people. It is the Chicago Region SCCA’s priority to do our part in protecting the public health while still planning and conducting our scheduled competition, driving, and social events.
Category: Driving Tours
It is with great sadness that we announce that we have cancelled our annual Spring Training, scheduled for March 21-22.
Weather was not a factor this time, sunny and warm, (rather hot by the end of the day) but very nice overall. There were three recommended stops on the tour allowing participants to sample and pick up cheese, wine or beer.
I belong to several clubs and no surprise to anyone, they’re all car and motorsports-related. Each has its own distinct activities, members and its own feel (or vibe if you’re from the ’70s like me).
No flimflam, no gimmicks, just another great opportunity for some Cheese, Wine, and Beer and to spend the day with friends for some “Fun with cars”. Save the date, Saturday, April 27, 2019 the next Chicago Region SCCA backroads tour.
The Chicago Region SCCA hosted our second back roads tour of the year on Saturday October 13. Thirty five cars entered the event, Miatas, Corvettes, Porsches, a Jensen-Healey and several other makes of sport and performance cars, all started the event under cool temperatures and cloudy skies.
The route for the tour is approximately a one hundred and forty five mile drive (about three to three and a half hours) providing scenic roads with plenty of turns and elevation changes.
No hype, no gimmicks, just another opportunity to get out and have “Fun with cars”. Save the date, Saturday, October 13, 2018 the next Chicago Region SCCA backroads tour.
“Backroads the Tour” a spring time drive in the middle of winter SNOW!!! What snow? On April 7, 2018 the Chicago Region hosted our spring backroads tour. Along with Blackhawk Valley (BVR) and Milwaukee...
The route covers approximately 150 miles with intermediate stops at a cheese factory and a winery. The tour will end at The Firehouse Pub in Roscoe, Ill., where you can have a drink, share some stories, and spend time with friends over a pleasant mid-afternoon lunch from the restaurant’s varied menu.