The Mid-States Conference has released its 2019 SCCA U.S. Majors Tour competition calendar. A total of seven weekends, 14 races in all, make up the schedule that runs from March to late August.
The Mid-States Conference opens its season with a Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour event at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Oklahoma. A month later in April, the series continues at Gateway Motorsports Park located just east of St. Louis. May then hosts two events, the first taking place at Heartland Motorsports Park in Topeka, Kansas, followed by a visit to Pueblo Motorsports Park in Colorado. Mid-States racers then remain in Colorado for a July event at High Plains Raceway before the season wraps up in August with a stop at Raceway Park of the Midlands, in Iowa, and a return trip to High Plains Raceway for the final two-day race weekend.
As always, the calendar below is subject to change, but the current 2019 U.S. Majors Tour Mid-States Conference schedule is comprised of the following:
March 30-31: Hallett Motor Racing Circuit; Jennings, Oklahoma
(Dual Mid-States/Southern Conference Event)
April 13-14: Gateway Motorsports Park; Madison, Illinois
May 18-19: Heartland Motorsports Park; Topeka, Kansas
May 25-26: Pueblo Motorsports Park; Pueblo, Colorado
July 6-7: High Plains Raceway; Deer Trail, Colorado
August 10-11: Raceway Park of the Midlands; Pacific Junction, Iowa
August 24-25: High Plains Raceway; Deer Trail, Colorado
Schedules for other SCCA U.S. Majors Tour Conferences will be published as they are finalized. Only SCCA Full Competition and SCCA Pro Racing License holders may register for the U.S. Majors Tour or Hoosier Super Tour series. Again this year, both the U.S. Majors Tour and Hoosier Super Tour serve as pathways to the 2019 SCCA National Championship Runoffs being held at Virginia International Raceway in Alton, Virginia.