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2021 SEDIV ANNUAL MTG & CONVENTION  

The 2021 SEDiv Annual Business meeting will be held via Zoom at 11:00AM on Saturday, February 6th, 2021

The hour-long session will feature a review of SEDiv highlights for 2020 and a preview of our plans for the 2021 season. We will also feature the 2021 winners of our annual Divisional service awards, with SARRC winner's recognition to come at a later date.

•CLICK HERE• to register for the meeting.


We came for the competition, we stayed for the people.
In the SCCA Southeast Division, we have all forms of competition, for all levels of the automobile enthusiast. From local events chasing cones, enjoying the scenery on a back country road, to diving in 3 wide into turn 1 going for the lead. We have it all!! 

The best thing we have is our people, race administrators, event officials, corner workers and racers.

We are all in love with our favorite car, our favorite track and theres always a story. Your always welcome!
  Lead Photo by Clark McInnis used with permission. 
Road Racing

SCCA Road Racing is wheel-to-wheel, side by side, first one to the finish line is the winner automobile racing – driven, officiated and staffed by SCCA club members.  

No matter who you are – beginner or proficient veteran - there are opportunities across the country for drivers and computer-savvy, tech-savvy, intense, or relaxed people who want to be involved in motorsports to participate on track, off track and track side all while making friends along the way.

Most of all, SCCA Road Racing is a place for those who want to have a motorsports adventure surrounded by hundreds of like-minded people.

CLICK TO TO GO THE ROAD RACING PAGE

Text: SCCA Inc.
Photo: unkown
Autocross

“Solo®” is the brand name for SCCA® Autocrossing and on paper it seems very simple – use traffic cones to make a mini-roadcourse in a large parking lot or unused airport tarmac and see who can drive it the quickest without hitting any cones or going off course.

Despite the generally low speeds attained during competition, it’s one of the fastest paced, rapid-fire forms of motorsports you can find, with barriers to entry so low that many people are able to compete and be competitive at it.

Competitors range from the casual participant who may use the same daily driver that they car-pool with to the hard-core driver who has a special car, special tires and uses lots of vacation days to squeak out every last fraction of a second. In between the extremes, there are levels and classes for different degrees of car modification. There are even classes for ladies and a Junior Driver program for kids in age appropriate karts.

CLICK TO GO TO SEDIV Solo FACEBOOK PAGE

CLICK TO GO TO SCCA.com SOLO PAGE

Text: SCCA Inc.

 Photo By AutoXpix