Cars & Series

Both of these cars have been purchased for the 2014 season, and will be available to customers starting in January. These are great entry-level formula cars, and are the same type that swept the F1600 Pro Series Championship every year since 2011. The cars features include:

Chassis: Steel space frame construction with composite body panels.
Suspension: Double wishbone with pushrod actuation front & rear. Triple adjustable penske shocks.
Wheels: 13"x5.5" lighweight alloy.
Brakes: Disk brakes front & rear with twin-piston AP racing calipers. Cockpit-adjustable brake bias.
Engine: 1,500cc Honda Fit engine, stock with dry-sump and series-mandated 29mm air restrictor. Approximately 112 horsepower at 6,700 RPM. HPD engine management system.
Transmission: Hewland LD-200 dog-ring-engagement 4-speed, H-pattern shifting.
Safety: Onboard fire system, Schorth 6-point driver harness.
Electronics: Electronic multi-funciton display, data acquisition with integrated video.
These cars are definitely "old school" but are still one of the best values in road racing. Raceworks will continue to run these cars in 2014.

Chassis: Steel space frame construction with fiberglass body panels.
Suspension: Rocker arm front, multi-link rear, double adjustable Koni shocks.
Wheels: 13"x8" alloy front, 13"x10" alloy rear.
Brakes: Disk brakes front & rear. Cockpit-adjustable brake bias.
Engine: 1,300cc Mazda twin-rotor.
Gearbox: Webster Mark 9, dog-engagement H-pattern 5-speed.
Electronics: Electronic multi-function display. Data acquisition with integrated video.
The Sports Car Club of America runs a variety of racing programs including driver schools, time trial events, and full on wheel to wheel racing programs. Our primary division of participation is the Southeast Division (SEDIV), which covers Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tenneseee, Georgia, the Carolinas & Virginia. SEDIV runs multiple events every month from January through November every year.

The SEDIV runs a points series known as SARRC (South Atlantic Road Racing Championship), this series runs dozens of races each year, with your best six races counting towards the championship. At the end of the SARRC season (usually October) a double-points event is held at Roebling Road.

SARRC races are sprint-format events, usually about 30 minutes in length, with most of the events being "double header" weekends. The races do feature multiple classes running at the same time. SARRC is open to all of our racing programs.
SEDIV Racing Website: For schedules, series rules, and contact information.
SCCA Club Racing Site: Rules, licensing info, and information on all SCCA series.
This is the the top level of SCCA club racing, and can serve as a bridge to professional endeavors. The Majors tour consists of a set of 12 races on the eastern coast of the United States, plus two optional special events.

The East Coast Majors tour weekends are typically double-header three-day weekends that have slightly longer races and feature more track time than SARRC events. As with SARRC, the run groups feature multiple classes, although split starts are a common feature. Your best 10 races count towards the points championship, and the Majors series usually has some contingency prizes for series champions.

As an option you can also choose to run the June Sprints, a special event held at the historic Road America speedway that is often heavily promoted and has its own extra contingency sponsorships. Another special event is the SCCA National Championsihp Runoffs, which is held at Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca in 2014.
SCCA Majors: Schedules, news, standings.
SCCA Runoffs: News & results.
June Sprints: News & results.
This is one of the most competitive open-wheel series in North America and is exclusively for the F1600 / FF chassis cars running Honda or Ford power. Some of the best teams in the countr compete in this series.

The weekends feature single-class groups, with races 30 minutes in length on 3-4 day double-header weekends (including optional practice days). The series has 10-14 races spread over 5-7 weekends. A signature feature of the F1600 series is the tire rule: you get a total of six tires between both races and their qualifying sessions. This policy not only keeps costs down but also rewards good setups and smooth driving.
F1600 Series: News, rules, entry forms, results, and standings.