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About SCCA Pro Racing
SCCA Pro Racing is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sports Car Club of America, Inc. – a 65,000-member organization dedicated to motorsports events. SCCA Pro Racing provides full-service organization, operational support, and sanctioning for numerous professional racing series including he F4 U.S. & F3 Americas Championships, Trans Am®, FIA Formula E, and Creventic 24H. Each series holds events on high-profile race weekends and annually crowns Champions.
Known for its operational expertise, SCCA Pro Racing has been the choice of privately owned racing series, as well as those promoted by automobile manufacturers, to conduct all facets of their Championships.
SCCA held its first professional racing event on February 3, 1963 – a United States Road Racing Championship (USRRC) race won by Jim Hall at Daytona International Raceway. Throughout the years, SCCA Pro Racing has been at the forefront of the professional racing landscape in the United States with such landmark series as Trans-Am, Can-Am, Formula 5000, and Formula 4 United States, and the just-launched Formula 3 Americas. SCCA Pro Racing formally became a subsidiary of SCCA in 1993, and is a voting member of the Automobile Competition Committee of the United States (ACCUS) – the FIA delegate for the United States.