The Midwestern Council is the second largest amateur sports car racing sanctioning body in the United States, second only to the Sports Car Club of America. MCSCC sanctions Racing and Autocross events throughout the competition year in the Midwestern United States. There are presently 8 member clubs, racing at 4 different tracks in the area. The Midwestern Council uses classes similar to but not exactly the same as those of the SCCA, and in 1997 will be providing a place for the Renault powered SCCA Spec Racers, which are no longer permitted to race in the SCCA.
Last Updated: 2007-01-07
The Midwestern Council was founded in 1958, as a coordinating group for a number of Chicago/Milwaukee area sports club, in order to provide low cost, low pressure racing as an alternative to other racing in the area.
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