where to race formula racing in southern california?

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I have wanted to get into formula racing since I had finished karting. but there does not seem to be a full scca-backed formula racing league in the west coast. can anyone think of any formula racing in california?

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Willow Springs: you should find quite a few SCCA events run here with all the usual Formula classes accounted for (from Vee and Ford all the way up to Atlantic). You’ll also probably find the occasional event at Fontana.

Moving further North would be Button Willow. After that it is either tracks in Northern CA (Laguna Seca, Thunderhill, Infineon) or over to Spring Mountain in Nevada. All tracks regularly host SCCA and NASA race weekends. Some Formula series are somewhat poorly represented, though the more popular ones will often have large fields.

If you have an SCCA membership, most of the ones at Willow Springs and Fontanta will probably be listed in your local region’s newsletter (maybe Button Willow too). The webpages for the other regions as well as those of the individual tracks will normally have complete schedules as well.

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Paul S

Willow Springs: you should find quite a few SCCA events run here with all the usual Formula classes accounted for (from Vee and Ford all the way up to Atlantic). You’ll also probably find the occasional event at Fontana.

Moving further North would be Button Willow. After that it is either tracks in Northern CA (Laguna Seca, Thunderhill, Infineon) or over to Spring Mountain in Nevada. All tracks regularly host SCCA and NASA race weekends. Some Formula series are somewhat poorly represented, though the more popular ones will often have large fields.

If you have an SCCA membership, most of the ones at Willow Springs and Fontanta will probably be listed in your local region’s newsletter (maybe Button Willow too). The webpages for the other regions as well as those of the individual tracks will normally have complete schedules as well.

ThisWay2MyMind

i think if you really want to get to f1 you may have to be prepared to come over the pond ……..
europe is the epicentre of f1
come over to the uk then you wont have any language barriers

but where to go from there im not sure,……… do some research on the www or find some contacts
if you have a name, (you won a title or lots of races) it might be easier

good luck

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