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CSRG Charity Challenge

Friday, October 4 - Sunday, October 6, 2019
Historic Car Races

The perfect event for motorheads, foodies & wine & craft beer lovers. 250-300 vintage race cars, three lap charity rides open to spectators who wish to make a contribution (from $75) to Speedway Children’s Charities & the final round of:
1) the the John Morton Cup for small Trans-Am cars
2) the USRRC sports racer series
3) the Crossflow Cup for Formula Fords.

The Classic Sports Racing Group (CSRG) donates all ticket proceeds from their Charity Challenge weekend to SCC. The weekend features vintage racing, a charity drawing as well as charity ride-arounds. 

Friday - FREE
Saturday - $16
Sunday - $16
2-Day pass - $28

Any student (no matter the age) & military is admitted free of charge.

Racing Groups

John Morton Cup

CSRG recaptures the feel of the 2.5 Trans-Am Challenge with big grids and a race series officially named after the man who could rightfully be called the Champion of the 2.5 Trans-Am, John Morton. Over 35 different car models competed in two or two point five era of the Trans-Am. Get ready for variety & close racing.

Crossflow Cup, Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Formula Ford

In the 60s & 70s Formula Ford drivers were the gunslingers of racing—-much like go kart drivers of today. Grids were huge & manufacturers were abundant—-on the order of over one hundred companies tried their hand at manufacturing Formula Fords. The racing was incredibly intense. The Crossflow Cup honors that heritage & you can expect two grids of 50+ cars.

USRRC Group 4 Series

Before the Can-Am, there was the United States Road Racing Championship, aka the USRRC, for sports racing cars. The early cars (through 1967) in the USRRC included cars from McLaren, Lola, Huffaker (Genies), Lotus, Elva & more. Beginning with the 2019 David Love Vintage Races our USRRC Race Group 4 will include both over & under 2 liter cars & the two groups will run together, just as they did in the 1960s.