CMS has decided to diversify their NASCAR experiences and is planning on converting their 2018 fall Stock Car race to a 500 mile Roval event using their new infield course area in conjunction with a majority portion of the banked oval. This brings improvements to the infield portion that SCCA utilizes which has in the past been overshadowed by the oval track needs.
No, Austin the map above did not officially exist in 2016 and before. Notice the change in the turn one and pit road. We first used this course which was SCCA certified in 2017, for our August 2017, ROVAL SCCA road race. The Speedway has since that time made many other minor changes to the course to include two bus stops on the oval straights. Unfortunately, the ongoing design tweaks for the fall NASCAR ROVAL race course layout have not been approved for release yet, so I cannot post the latest layouts.
CMS website is showing current ROVAL configuration which takes the infield portion back to its original layout, then adds bus stops to the entry to turn 3 on the oval and just before S/F on the trioval.
CCR is very lucky to have a LOT of things going for it, great sites, good people, and lots of fun competition. As a result, we regularly have lots of new people giving autocross a try for their first time. Hopefully this guide will answer a few questions to help…
It’s that time again! Just like every year three of our nine board of directors’ positions are up for election. Think you have what it takes to keep the club on track? Find two other members that agree and get nominated. Nominations due by 9/1/22. https://ccrscca.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/CCRDirectorNominationForm2022.doc